Date of Last Revision: 2021-09-01
Students are expected to meet and adhere to
the Code of Conduct set out in this policy while completing a program of study at International Flight Centre. If necessary,
students should request clarification from the Manager. "Student" means a person who is presently enrolled at International
Flight Centre, including students participating in work experience placements.
Code of Conduct
International Flight Centre (IFC) premises or in the course of activities or events hosted by IFC, students:
comply with all applicable IFC policies, including the Attendance Policy;
• must treat all students and staff with
respect and must not engage in physically aggressive, threatening, harassing, discriminatory or otherwise offensive behaviors;
• must not steal, misuse, destroy or deface IFC property;
• must not consume, possess or distribute alcohol
or controlled or restricted substances; and
• Must not contravene any provision of the Canadian Criminal Code or
any other federal, provincial, or municipal statute or regulation.
• Must not cheating or plagiarism
not do any non-accidental damage to the IFC's property
• No Behaviours displaying insubordination, refusal to cooperate
with instructors and schedules
• No Flagrant disrespect of IFC's rules of conduct and policies
• No Forgery,
alteration or misuse of IFC's documents, records or identification, or knowingly furnishing false information to the flight
• No Misrepresentation of oneself or of an organization to be an agent of the flight centre
Obstruction or disruption of, on or off the IFC's property
• No Engaging in lewd, indecent or obscene behaviour
on IFC's property
The above list sets out examples of prohibited conduct. It is intended to help students understand
the type of conduct that will be subject to discipline and is not exhaustive.
Students who violate the Code of Conduct
will be subject to the procedures and discipline outlined below, which may include immediate dismissal from the institution.
1) All concerns relating to student misconduct shall be directed to the Manager. Concerns may be brought by staff, students
or the public.
2) The Manager will arrange to meet with the student to discuss the concern(s) within 5 school days of
receiving the complaint. If the alleged conduct is of such a serious nature that an immediate dismissal may be warranted,
the Manager will meet with the student as soon as is reasonably possible.
3) Following the meeting with the student,
the Manager will conduct whatever further enquiry or investigation is necessary to determine whether the concerns are substantiated.
4) Any necessary inquiries or investigations shall be completed within 5 school days of the initial meeting with the
5) The Manager will meet with the student and do one of the following:
(a) Determine that the concern(s)
(b) Determine that the concern(s) were substantiated, in whole or in part, and either:
the student a warning setting out the consequences of further misconduct;
(ii) Set a probationary period with appropriate
(iii) Recommend that the student be dismissed from the IFC.
6) The Manager will prepare a written
summary of the determination. A copy shall be given to the student, and the original will be placed in the student file.
7) If the student is issued a warning or placed on probation, the Manager and the student will both sign the written
warning or probationary conditions and the student will be given a copy. The original document will be placed in the student's
8) If the recommendation is to dismiss the student, the CFI of the institution will review the recommendation
and accept or reject it. If the recommendation is accepted by the CFI, the CFI will meet with the student to dismiss him/her
from study at the institution. The Manager of the institution will deliver to the student a letter of dismissal and a calculation
of refund due or tuition owing, in accordance with PCTIA Bylaw 37.5. If the recommendation is rejected by the CFI, the Manager
will follow steps 5 through 7, above.
9) If a refund is due to the student, IFC will ensure that a refund is forwarded
to the student within 30 days of the dismissal.
10) If the student owes tuition or other fees to the institution, IFC
may undertake the collection of the amount owing.