Who Pays: Varies depending on how the course is structured; it may be the individuals taking the training or a company requesting the training for its
employees. All fees will be listed on the course master file.
Fees cover the direct cost for instruction and the estimated non-instructional costs that WWCC incurs as a result of offering the course. Instructional costs
include costs for the instructor(s), textbooks, handouts, use of computer labs, etc. Non-instructional costs include items such as refreshments, mileage, meals and
any other similar costs.
An administrative fee of 35% of all direct costs will be assessed. The Vice President for Student Learning may waive the administrative fee. The Administrative Fee
helps defray the indirect costs involved in developing a continuing education course which include the time the Continuing Education College staff, plan, organize
and implement the course.
Contractor Expectations Orientation and Reference Handbook
A $35 fee for each handbook will be assessed only when the course is offered through an educational entity conducting the training exclusively for non-credit.
Justification: Fees cover the estimated direct and indirect costs for providing non-credit courses. The handbook fee covers the cost of development,
editing, revising, translating into Spanish and negotiating with new companies to add their safety policies and to endorse this industry-wide safety manual.