ES TRAINING DMCC CODE OF CONDUCT
The following are guidelines to ensure that the experience of all our students is a positive one.
ES Training DMCC staff are all familiar with these guidelines. All staff are required to report to the Director any refusal to comply with the Code of Conduct which may affect any student’s safety or enjoyment.
At All Times
Teachers, staff and other students must be treated with respect at all times.
ES Training DMCC does not accept any responsibility for the loss, damage or theft of any personal belongings, including money or documents, not in its direct care.
Students must be careful not to endanger themselves or others in the student residence, at the school or on outside excursions.
Students should familiarize themselves with the rules and regulation of the UAE, and be respectful of local culture.
Bullying (i.e. aggressive or threatening behavior towards other students or staff, whether verbal or physical) will not be tolerated under any circumstances and could result in expulsion.
Any student prosecuted for an illegal act in the UAE will be immediately expelled from the school and his/her visa will be cancelled. Any costs resulting from the offence will will be covered by the student.
In Class and at School
- Attendance is compulsory.
- Mobile phones must be switched off during class time.
- Smoking is only allowed in designated areas in the building and not permitted within the school’s premises.
- Chewing gum is not permitted in class.
- Food and drink may not be consumed in the classrooms, with the excerption of water.
- English must be spoken at all times.
Students causing accidental or deliberate damage to the school’s premises or equipment will be charged the repair or replacement cost in full.
If we are unable to identify the person who has caused damage in a communal area, the cost of the damage will be split between all users of that area.
As per UAE law alcohol is only permitted in designated areas and may not be consumed in public. Students participating in school activities are forbidden to carry or consume alcohol during school outings, including transport to and from said activities. Students caught violating this rule could be subject to suspension, expulsion, and if caught by the police the student or students involved must cover all costs and fines arising from the offense.
Students must be careful not to endanger themselves or others on outside excursions, and the school does not accept responsibility for accidents arising from student’s reckless behavior.
The school does not accept any responsibility for the loss or damage of any personal items brought to excursions, unless said items are in its direct care.
Paid excursions which are booked and confirmed by the student are non refundable.