Event Registration Policies
Unless otherwise noted, pre-registration is required for each open enrollment class. Individuals can register for classes on our website or by contacting the SVTDC at 276.889.8180. The SVTDC reserves the right to cancel or re-schedule any open enrollment class that does not have sufficient enrollment. Cancellation decisions will generally be made five days before the first class date and registrants will be notified by phone. A full refund will be processed immediately.
Registration for an open enrollment class is considered tentative until payment is received or payment arrangements have been made. Registrants may pay by cash, check, or credit card. UVa-Wise may invoice upon request. The SVTDC reserves the right to refuse any admission to any registrant that has not made payment arrangements by the start of class.
Registrants must cancel at least five days before a scheduled event in order to receive a full refund or a training voucher for the amount paid that can be redeemed for future training at SVTDC. Registrants that cancel four days or less before the first day of the class will receive a training voucher in the amount paid to be used for future training at the SVTDC. In order to receive a refund or training voucher, the SVTDC must be notified in writing of the cancellation either by fax or email. In the event that a registrant does not show for class or fails to notify of cancellation, the registrant will be may receive a training voucher only as approved by the Executive Director.
In the case of inclement weather, the Southwest Virginia Technology Development Center will abide by the delay/cancellation schedule of Southwest Virginia Community College for open enrollment programs. In the case of reserved meeting space, the Executive Director will work with clients on an individual basis to determine if weather conditions necessitate canceling events. The policy can be found at http://www.sw.edu/policies/weather_policy.htm. Registrants are urged to take every precaution in inclement weather situations and to not put themselves at risk to reach a SVTDC program.