Terms of use

Terms and Conditions of American Institute of Renewable Energy Inc, called AIRE Enrollment Policy

Class enrollment is accepted on a first-pay first-served basis. A seat may be temporarily reserved using a signed and faxed copy of this enrollment agreement and a 50% deposit; however AIRE cannot guarantee a seat until full payment has been received. Students who have not paid in full will not be admitted into the class. Payment may be made with cash, credit card, check, PayPal (VISA, Master Card, and American Express).

Cancellation & Rescheduling Policy

A student may cancel or reschedule a class for which they are enrolled in. If you cancel your space in a workshop or class more than 15 days before the start date, you forfeit one half of your tuition. If you cancel within 15 days of the start of your workshop or class, you forfeit your full tuition. If you choose to transfer your space to someone in your company or family, a $100 administration fee is charged. No refunds are issued on reschedules or in-company transfers. Reschedules made less than 6 business days before the class start date will result in forfeiture of 25% of the class tuition fees. Reschedules made less than 3 business days before the class start date will result in forfeiture of 50% of the class tuition fees. If a student cancels after rescheduling, no refunds will be issued. Only one reschedule is allowed, and the rescheduled class must be taken within six months of the original scheduled class date. If the same class is not offered in the future, no refund will be issued, but you can take another class of similar value or less. Any amount due to the student will be refunded within 30 business days.

No Shows

Failure to attend a scheduled class without a written notice prior to the start date of the course will be considered a "no show" and will result in forfeiture of the full course price. AIRE will not be held liable for any incurred travel and/or lodging expenses.

General Terms

  • This is the entire agreement between you (Client/Student) and AIRE and supersedes all previous oral and written agreements and discussions. This agreement may be changed only by an agreement in writing between AIRE and Client. Client has read and understood this agreement and has not entered into this agreement in reliance on any promises made by AIRE, or any of its admission counselors or agents.
  • Client agrees to comply with AIRE rules and procedures, including, but not limited to absences, tardiness, safety, honesty and proper conduct. AIRE Courses, Training, Workshop, Certification and Research materials are for self improvement and educational purpose. It does not guarantee a Job, a Contractors License, Business License, Practice License and/or Occupational License. YOU NEED TO CONTACT YOUR FEDERAL, STATE LISCENSING BOARD, DEPARTMENT, COUNTY AND CITY FOR LICENSING REGULATION AND REQUIREMENTS. You CAN NOT operate without an appropriate authorization, license or permit.
  • Although AIRE will make its best efforts to notify students in the event that any class has been canceled or postponed, it is the student's responsibility to contact AIRE to confirm his or her attendance in the class at least two business days before the scheduled class. AIRE is not responsible for student's/client's travel, lodging, incidental expenses or any other losses or damages incurred if the student does not confirm their attendance in the class, and the class has been canceled or postponed.
  • PV-101 classes are generally held from 10 AM to 4 PM, and PV-105 classes are generally held from 9 AM to 5PM. Class times are determined by AIRE. announced schedules. All course schedules are subject to change in start and completion dates, for which students will be duly notified.
  • AIRE reserves the right to postpone training in the event of natural disasters, Acts of God, labor disputes, or equipment failure for a maximum of 30 days. Students will be duly notified and compensated if applicable.
  • AIRE reserves the right to withdraw a scheduled program if the registration is insufficient to hold a class at minimum capacity.
  • Client agrees that any controversy or claim arising out of or relating to this contract, or the breach thereof, shall be settled by binding arbitration administered by the American Arbitration Association under its Commercial Arbitration Rules in San Bernardino, California and judgment on the award rendered by the arbitrator(s) may be entered in any court having jurisdiction thereof.
  • If any particular provision of this agreement shall be deemed invalid or unenforceable, it shall not affect the other provisions hereof, and this agreement shall be construed in all respects as if such invalid or unenforceable provision was omitted.
  • It is AIRE policy to provide our employees and contractors ("personnel") as instructional resources to Students and Clients only for the purpose of training with AIRE. Students and Clients understand that it is not AIRE's intention under this Agreement to provide permanent or temporary placement as employees or contractors. As a Student or Client of AIRE you agree to not hire or utilize (as an employee or contractor) the services of any present or former AIRE personnel or cause the hiring or utilization of AIRE personnel by a third party, except when such hiring or utilization is done under an employment agreement with AIRE. The parties agree that if such hiring or utilization takes place, AIRE will have been damaged, but that the amounts of damages are difficult to ascertain. Accordingly, the parties agree that if Student or Client violates this paragraph, Student or Client will pay AIRE $50,000.00 in liquidated damages.
  • Our programs will not train the student to become an electrician. Those students that are not already licensed to perform electrical work are advised to partner with, hire, or work with those who are appropriately licensed.
  • This course is designed for people with basic knowledge of the National Electric Code standard rules and procedures. Students unfamiliar with the code and taking this course must accept the fact that their lack of professional experience may lead to difficulty learning the course material.
  • The examination included with this course does not confer a Professional License. Students are directed to their states contractor licensing board to learn the licensing requirements for their state. Students are further advised to contact their local Public Utilities Commission and any other state or local agencies involved with the policies and regulations of solar equipment installation and sales, in order to comply with any additional requirements for performing such work.
  • All students are required to submit all pertinent personal information which may directly or indirectly affect the safety and medical needs of themselves or other students prior to the begining of instruction so the necessary preparations may be made by AIRE. If the student shall fail to provide such information, AIRE will not be held liable for any injury or harm that the student may be subject to as a result of the lack of action by the student.
  • By signing this form the student agrees to comply with any and all instructions given by AIRE its faculty, staff, and contracted personnel.