Online Student Policies and Procedures

Course Admission

The student admission to the course is confirmed subject to the approval of qualifying certificates by LAAT verification team. The admission confirmation mail will be forwarded to the student by LAAT Coordinator.

In addition, if required, the qualifying documents to be approved from NARIC UK.

NARIC UK is the verification body that confirms recognition of an overseas qualification and its comparable level in UK, irrespective of it being an academic, vocational or professional award.

The cost for Online NARIC approval is approximately $100 to be borne by the student. (The cost may vary as per the certificate & country of issuance)

You may follow the link below to apply for online verification of NARIC, UK


If you are facing any difficult in completing online verification of NARIC, UK process, we can help you to complete the process subject to clearance of $100 fees through our payment gateway provided in website

Course Expectations

Be sure that you understand your mentor’s expectations for the online course. Read the course syllabus and getting started pages very carefully, noting due dates of activities, and assignments. If you have any questions about what you are expected to do in the course, contact your online support service team immediately by email or by using the other contact information given on the course information pages. Do not contact your mentor for technical support that is unrelated to course content.

Note: The duration of each program is subject to the student’s individual performance in completing each level unit assignments on time & university intakes for progression to higher level

Some common activities that you may be expected to do in your online course are as follows:

  • reading and taking notes on course materials,
  • participating in online discussions,
  • submitting assignments to the online assignment drop-box,
  • Communicating with your mentor by email.

When taking an online course, you should expect

  • to have access to your course one week prior to the beginning of the semester
  • to receive timely responses to your email from your mentor,
  • to be aware of your standing in the course by the assignment notification deadline,

Online Code of Conduct

  • Students have the right to express themselves and participate freely in an online class.
  • They are expected to treat each other and the mentor with courtesy and respect.
  • Offensive or inappropriate language is not to be used in any form of communication e.g., emails, discussion postings, group projects, submitted assignments.
  • Students are allowed to disagree with each other or the mentor but must do so in a civil manner.
  • The discussion area of the course is reserved for postings related to course work only. Postings of a personal or non-academic nature are not permitted and may be removed by the mentor should they appear.
  • Grades and personal issues should be handled by private email to the mentor.
  • Emails to the instructor that are considered offensive or inappropriate will be sent back to the writer with a request to rewrite and resubmit. If the emails continue to be unacceptable, the student will be referred to the Academic Board of LAAT.
  • Adhere to the suggested guidelines for progression through the course. Notify your mentor at the start of the session if you would like to follow a different timetable because of individual circumstances. If the mentor cannot accommodate you, we can try to re-assign you to a mentor who will be able to accommodate your needs.
  • Keep copies of all of your assignments submitted to your mentor.
  • Check into the course at least once or twice a week to participate in discussion forums, to share ideas or questions, and of course, to upload your homework.
  • Do all of the prescribed course activities. In some cases a mentor may suggest a modification for special circumstances.
  • Students are expected to submit work which is their own. Plagiarism or cheating will not be tolerated. If either is the case the student may have his/her grade for the assignment lowered or may fail the course.


Instructors are able to track your activities online and you will be expected to log in to your course regularly in order to keep up with the course material and assignments. Attendance in online classes is defined by regulation on distance learning as the active participation in an online discussion forum, digital submission of a writing assignment, or a completion of an assignments.

Student Code of Conduct

Students are required to maintain a high standard of conduct in all correspondence. We have a “Zero Tolerance” for inappropriate behaviour. Violations of this policy will result in immediate removal from any on-going course and exclusion from future courses. All exchanges with other students, mentors, Help Desk or LAAT staff must be professional and cordial.

Student Ethics Policy

The goal of the LAAT Continuing Education Program is learning. Students working on LAAT courses are expected to submit their own work for credit. At the same time, we encourage people to work together to provide mutual help in learning. Our courses are offered on the basis of trust, assuming the good intentions, integrity, and moral character of our students. If there are any concerns about violations of this policy, such as plagiarism, the LAAT Program Administrator will review the information and determine what action to take.

Retention of Student Content

LAAT cannot be responsible for retention of work submitted by the student. Students should retain backup copies of all work submitted during a course. The student is responsible to inquire if she/he has not received notice of successful completion of the course within a week of the end of the course session. We cannot retain student records and activity in an online course after the end of a course session unless advance arrangements have been made for an extension.  

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