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Admissions Requirements

To enroll into any CRI program, students must fill out an Enrollment Agreement.  Upon acceptance, students will be asked to supply the additional information or documentation required for their chosen course of instruction.  After enrollment agreements for the chosen program(s) are completed and admission is granted, students need not reapply unless they have been dismissed due to misconduct or they have been inactive in our program for over a year.

  • Must be 18 years of age or older; 

  • A valid government issued photo identification card or driver’s license; 

  • Be in good physical health: Please fill out this form #2 below.

  • A Background Check may be required for certain courses.  Active military and law enforcement are exempt from this requirement.  

To reserve your space in one of our Advertised courses, you must submit: 

Enrollment Agreements (choose one below)

Executive Protection Operative

Professional Drone Pilot

Anti Terrorism for High Risk Zones

Counter Kidnapping Course

Krav Haganah Instructor

Counter Home Invasion

Active Shooter Defense

Gunfight Survival 

            

Health Questionnaire

Payment Options

1.  Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover

2.  Paypal, Zelle and other payment platforms

3.  Cash, check, money order

4.  Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) training funding for Nevada residents (this funding is approved on a case by case basis and based on available federal funds).  You can find out more information on the following websites:

https://employnvyouthhub.org/locations/ and https://employnvcareerhub.org/career-coaching/

CRI is now approved to accept State funding for the following programs*:  

Executive Protection Operative

Professional Drone Pilot

If you live in Nevada, click one of the links below for Workforce offices in order to access these funds for training. 

https://employnvyouthhub.org/locations/

https://employnvcareerhub.org/career-coaching/

**Nevada Residents** Click here for more information on what to expect during the process in Nevada.  

**Non-Nevada Residents**Click here for the general workforce funding process for Non-Nevada Students 

At present, Nevada also has reciprocity agreements with Arizona, California and Utah.  The following links will direct you to those state Workforce sites:

Arizona:  https://arizonaatwork.com/locations  (after you choose your city, scroll down to the bottom of the page for office locations)

California: https://www.careeronestop.org/LocalHelp/AmericanJobCenters/find-american-job-centers.aspx?location=CA&radius=25

Utah:  https://jobs.utah.gov/jsp/officesearch/#/map

 

State Reciprocity Agreements 

Arizona

California

Utah

We are in the process of contacting the other 46 states so that residents there can also use WIOA benefits allotted for their states.  We will add individual state information as it comes in. 

*Please note that funds are NOT guaranteed.  Funds are issued based on student income, background that is inline with the program chosen and/or fund availability (annual limits apply)

Tuition Adjustments & Refunds

 

Nevada Student Refund Policy (NRS 394.449) Requirements of policy for refunds by postsecondary education institutions. Tuition refunds are based on a per diem schedule broken into specific hours of instruction (see our school catalog SCHEDULE OF TUITION AND FEES on page 41 for more information).

3- Day Cancellation Policy - If a student cancels his or her enrollment before the start of the training
 program, or no later than three (3) days after signing the Enrollment Agreement, CRI shall refund to the student all the money the student has paid.


Cancellation may occur when the student provides a written notice of cancellation to the school. This can be done electronically, by mail, or by hand delivery. The written notice of cancellation, if sent by mail, is effective when deposited in the mail properly addressed with proper postage. The written notice of cancellation need not take any particular form and, however, expressed, it is effective if it shows that the student no longer wishes to be bound by the Enrollment Agreement.

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