PARK CITY CULINARY INSTITUTE ENROLLMENT AGREEMENT1484 South State Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84115 (801) 413-2800 revised January 6, 2021
Park City Culinary Institute LLC (“Park City Culinary Institute”) is Registered with the State of Utah Department of Commerce, Division of Consumer Protection, 160 East 300 South, 2nd Floor, Box 146704, Salt Lake City, UT 84114, and Bonded by The Hanover Insurance Company.
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Pastry & Baking Certificate Tuition $5,223 100 hours
Cuisine Certificate Tuition $5,775 100 hoursClass Schedule:
Professional Certificate in the Culinary Arts Tuition $9,420 200 hoursPastry: Class Schedule:
Cuisine: Class Schedule:
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Tuition and FeesTuition and Fees for each program are listed below. Tuition must be paid in full before class starts, unless approved for a payment plan. Pastry & Baking Certificate Tuition $5,223 100 hoursCuisine Certificate Tuition $5,775 100 hoursProfessional Certificate in the Culinary Arts Tuition $9,420 200 hoursCraft Mixology Tuition $770 25 hoursJob Placement: While Chefs and Staff are available to counsel students on the job market, formal job placement is not offered. I acknowledge that no representative of Park City Culinary Institute has guaranteed me employment in a particular job, or any level of compensation upon graduation, or made any representation or warranty about the availability of employment.
Cancellation and Refund Policy: All enrollments are subject to a three-business-day cooling-off period during which time the student may rescind the contract and receive a refund of all money paid. The cooling-off period may not end prior to midnight of the third business day after the latest of the following days: (i) the day the student signs an enrollment agreement; or (ii) the day the student pays the institution an initial deposit or first payment toward tuition and fees, including but not limited to the application fee. Evidence of personal appearance at the institution or deposit of a written statement of withdrawal for delivery by mail or other means shall be deemed as meeting the terms of the cooling-off period. A student enrolled in a correspondence institution may withdraw from enrollment following the cooling-off period, prior to submission by the student of any lesson materials or prior to receipt of course materials, whichever comes first, and effective upon deposit of a written statement of withdrawal for delivery by mail or other means, and the institution shall be entitled to retain no more than $200 in tuition or fees as registration charges or an alternative amount that the institution can demonstrate to have been expended in preparation for that particular student’s enrollment. Beyond this, no refunds will be granted to any student that is dismissed or withdraws after the cooling-off period. No refunds will be issued if a student does not attend their scheduled course. Any scheduling changes need to be approved by Park City Culinary Institute in writing. An exception can only be granted by the Director of Park City Culinary Institute, and any exceptions to provide full or partial refunds, or credits towards future courses, are at the complete discretion of the Director. We also comply with 38 CFR 21.4255 for Veterans.
Registration and Disclaimer: Park City Culinary Institute is REGISTERED UNDER THE UTAH POSTSECONDARY PROPRIETARY SCHOOL ACT (Title 13, Chapter 34, Utah Code). Registration under the Utah Postsecondary Proprietary School Act does not mean that the State of Utah supervises, recommends, nor accredits the institution. It is the student’s responsibility to determine whether credits, degrees or certificates from the institution will transfer to other institutions or meet employers’ training requirements. This may be done by calling the prospective school or employer. The institution is not accredited by a regional or national accrediting agency recognized by the United States Department of Education.
Consumer Information: See accompanying Catalog for schedule, tuition, fees, as well as policies and other important information.
Rights: Park City Culinary Institute reserves the right to dismiss or not enroll any student that threatens the safety or peace of mind of themselves or other students. Any student inappropriately using kitchen tools or equipment, or not displaying common sense, may be removed from the class and possibly the program as deemed appropriate by the faculty and/or Director. Park City Culinary Institute will not tolerate sexual harassment or discrimination. Any student asked to leave the program may not be eligible for a Certificate, and may not be eligible for other services. In this circumstance, the Park City Culinary Institute reserves the right to terminate this enrollment contract with no further remedy or compensation due to the student beyond what is required by law. All payments are non-refundable. An exception can only be granted by the Director of Park City Culinary Institute, and any exceptions to provide full or partial refunds, or credits towards future courses, are at the complete discretion of the Director.
ARBITRATIONBoth parties agree that any dispute or claim between the student and Park City Culinary Institute (or any party affiliated with Park City Culinary Institute or any of its principals, officers or agents) arising out of or relating to a student’s enrollment at Park City Culinary Institute, whether such dispute arises before, during, or after the student’s attendance and whether the dispute is based on contract, tort, statute, or otherwise, shall be, at the student’s or Park City Culinary Institute’s election, submitted to and resolved by individual binding arbitration pursuant to the terms described herein. This policy, however, is not intended to modify a student’s right to file a grievance with the State Division of Consumer Protection or any other agency.
Either party may elect to pursue arbitration upon written notice to the other party. Such notice must describe the nature of the controversy and the remedy sought. This provision does not preclude the parties from mutually agreeing to an alternate arbitration forum or administrator in a particular circumstance. If either party wishes to propose such an alternate forum or administrator, it should do so within thirty (30) days of its receipt of the other party’s intent to arbitrate.
IF EITHER A STUDENT OR PARK CITY CULINARY INSTITUTE CHOOSE ARBITRATION, NEITHER PARTY WILL HAVE THE RIGHT TO A JURY TRIAL OR TO ENGAGE IN DISCOVERY, EXCEPT AS PROVIDED IN THE APPLICABLE ARBITRATION RULES, OR OTHERWISE TO LITIGATE THE DISPUTE OR CLAIM IN ANY COURT (OTHER THAN IN SMALL CLAIMS OR SIMILAR COURT). FURTHER, A STUDENT WILL NOT HAVE THE RIGHT TO PARTICIPATE AS A REPRESENTATIVE OR MEMBER OF ANY CLASS OF CLAIMANTS PERTAINING TO ANY CLAIM SUBJECT TO ARBITRATION. THE ARBITRATOR’S DECISION WILL BE FINAL AND BINDING. OTHER RIGHTS THAT A STUDENT OR PARK CITY CULINARY INSTITUTE WOULD HAVE IN COURT ALSO MAY NOT BE AVAILABLE IN ARBITRATION.
The arbitration shall have no authority to arbitrate claims on a class action basis, and claims brought by or against a student may not be joined or consolidated with claims brought by or against any other person. Any arbitration hearing shall take place in Utah. Each party will bear the expense of its own attorneys, experts and witnesses, regardless of which party prevails, unless applicable law gives a right to recover any of those fees from the other party. If the arbitrator determines that any claim or defense is frivolous or wrongfully intended to oppress the other party, the arbitrator may award sanctions in the form of fees and expenses reasonably incurred by the other party (including arbitration administration fees, arbitrators’ fees, and attorney, expert, and witness fees), to the extent such fees and expenses could be imposed under Rule 11 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
The Federal Arbitration Act (FAA), 9 U.S.C.§§ 1, et seq., shall govern this arbitration provision. This arbitration provision shall survive the termination of the student’s relationship with Park City Culinary Institute.
This Agreement and the rights and obligations of the parties pursuant to this Agreement shall in all cases be governed by and interpreted, construed and enforced in accordance with the laws of the State of Utah without giving effect to any conflict-of-laws rule or principle that might refer the governance, the interpretation, construction or enforcement of this Agreement to the laws of another jurisdiction.
In the event that any provision of this Agreement is held to be invalid, illegal, or unenforceable for any reason, such invalidity, illegality or unenforceability shall in no event affect the validity of the remainder of this Agreement.
NO THIRD-PARTY BENEFICIARIES
The terms and provisions of this Agreement are intended solely for the benefit of each party hereto and their respective successors or permitted assigns. It is not the intention of the parties hereto to confer any third-party beneficiary rights upon any other person or entity.
Other Disclosures Pursuant to U.C.A. § 13-34-108
Facility and Training Equipment: On ground courses are taught at 1484 South State Street in Salt Lake City using commercial equipment, and All-Clad pots and pans. The teaching kitchen has four six-burner Wolf ranges, a Wolf charbroiler, twin convection ovens, Traulsen refrigeration, variable speed hoods to reduce noise, mixers and other appliances. The building features exposed red brick and skylights. Online courses are delivered using Google Classroom, Vimeo, Zoom and other software as needed.
Faculty: Park City Culinary Institute takes pride in having many of Utah’s most influential chefs and instructors on its faculty. Instructors have on average more than 12 years of experience, and nearly each Chef has owned or managed a notable establishment.
Certificates: The Pastry & Baking Certificate is 100 hours of demonstrations and guided practice on baking and pastry techniques used in professional kitchens. The Cuisine Certificate is 100 hours of demonstrations and guided practice on fundamental techniques used in professional kitchens. The Professional Certificate in the Culinary Arts is 200 hours of demonstrations and guided practice covering both disciplines. Mixology is 25 hours of demonstrations and guided practice on assembling craft cocktails.
Enrollment Qualifications: All professional students must possess a high school diploma, or General Education Development (GED) Certificate, and be beyond the age of compulsory high school attendance, as prescribed by Utah law per Rule 152-34-4(3) of the Utah Administrative Code (generally 18 years old by the first day of class). Other students can attend the same program without the Professional designation by signing a waiver. Minors who attend professional training may not consume liquor. Prior credit is not offered. Please call the school for more information.
Occupation Training: All Certificates prepare students for careers in food & beverage, including at restaurants, hotels, resorts and clubs.
State Licensure: This Certificate Program does not provide credit towards any State Licenses. A Food Handlers Card is required to work in any food service establishment in Utah. An opportunity to obtain a food handlers card is provided through classroom instruction and testing on safe food handling procedures by the county health departments and other organizations. The cost of this program is generally $30 and can be completed within a few hours. Food Service managers need to attend a Food Managers Certification Course. Every individual who sells or furnishes alcoholic beverages to the public in Utah must successfully complete an Alcohol and Beverage Server Training and Education Seminar. TIPS training and testing is available online for approximately $40 at http://www.tipsalcohol.com/utah-tips-training.html
Tuition and Fees:
Pastry & Baking Certificate Tuition $5,223 100 hours
Cuisine Certificate Tuition $5,775 100 hours
Professional Certificate in the Culinary Arts Tuition $9,420 200 hoursCraft Mixology Tuition $770 25 hours
Financial Assistance: Some financial assistance is available to those who qualify. Not eligible for federal student aid. Students borrow from friends and family, and obtain personal loans.
Bond: Park City Culinary Institute has submitted a License Bond issued by The Hanover Insurance Company, 440 Lincoln Street, Worcester, MA 01653 in the amount of $187,000 payable to the Division of Consumer Protection, State of Utah.
Length of Programs: Programs vary between 5 and 16 weeks.
Graduation Requirements: Each Certificate is awarded to students completing the program and meeting the requirements for technique, professionalism, organization, and attendance, including a minimum average 3.5/5.0 grade point average and 70% attendance.
Student Conduct: Every two weeks, instructors review the students’ performance, and if any student is not maintaining a 70% (3.5) or higher average grade, they will be notified by the Director of a two-week probation. During those two weeks, the student will be given two opportunities to have their performance graded. If the new grades average above 3.5, increasing the overall average, the student will be taken off probation. If the new grades during the probationary period average 3.5 or lower, the student will stay on probation for another two weeks. If the student is not able to earn an average above 3.5 during their second probation, they will be asked to leave the program. No refunds will be granted to any student that is dismissed. In all instances, it will not be possible or necessary to retake prior practicals.
Graduation and Employment Rates: In 2019, 97% graduation rate and 98% employment rate. In 2018, 98% graduation rate and 98% employment placement. In 2017, 95% graduation and 98% employment rate. We have limited data from online delivery. Employment rates are based on students seeking employment. Park City Culinary Institute does not guarantee jobs, or wage and salary levels.
Assumption of Risk and Release of Liability Waiver
All occupations and programs within the Culinary and Pastry Arts have inherent risks that prospective students should be aware of. The purpose of this warning is to aid you in making an informed decision concerning your participation in this program, and in signing the Assumption of Risk and Release of Liability Waiver Form.
You should be in good physical and mental health. If you have a medical condition, you are advised to discuss your concerns with your doctor. Students are urged to obtain vaccination against Hepatitis B prior to the practical component of this program. Commercial culinary operations require that you be in good physical condition, have the ability to move quickly, and the ability to stand for long periods of time. Good hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity are skills required for the successful completion of this program.
Hazards include, but are not limited to:
An injury or illness can impair one's general physical and/or mental health and may hinder one's future ability to earn a living, engage in business, social, or recreational activities, or generally impair one's ability to enjoy life. There may also be risk of injury, illness, or death resulting from causes not specified in this Notification of Hazards and Risks. In addition to acknowledging hazards and risks, the applicant must take responsibility regarding matters of safety involving self and others. Students are expected to demonstrate safe practices. Students must inform appropriate faculty of any relevant personal medical condition that might be hazardous or risky to self or others. A student may be required to submit permission from his/her personal physician to participate in culinary/pastry arts education activities. The student is responsible for obtaining his/her own health insurance. The student must also purchase his/her own liability insurance if one is required by a practicum or internship site. Refunds are generally not available for a medical condition.
I understand that programs at Park City Culinary Institute may have an element of hazard or inherent danger, and I take full responsibility for the actions and physical condition of myself in these programs. I do for myself, my heirs, executors and administrators, accept full responsibility for any risks, and agree to hold Park City Culinary Institute, and its principals, officers and agents free from any liability, loss, cost or expense (including attorney's fees, medical and ambulance costs) that I may incur while participating in these programs and/or which may result from my failure to abide by safety rules and precautions, or from any inherent risks in these programs. I have read, understood, and agree to abide by the Assumption of Risk and Liability Waiver.
I understand that the terms of this Enrollment Agreement are not subject to amendment or modification by oral agreement. All changes must be in writing and signed by both parties. Park City Culinary Institute reserves the right to make changes in program content, materials, venue, total training hours, delivery method, staff or schedules as it deems necessary. In the event of any changes, Student will not be entitled to a refund for any tuition after attending three or more classes of any program, including but not limited to the Professional Certificate in the Culinary Arts whether those days be in the Cuisine semester or Pastry & Baking semester. Full tuition is earned after attending the first day of any class. No refunds are given after this day, even if the course is not completed. Park City Culinary Institute further reserves the right to discontinue my training for unsatisfactory progress or attendance, non-payment of tuition or fees, or failure to comply with Park City Culinary Institute’s policies and procedures.
I understand that my tuition charges are for the right to attend the course in which I am enrolled and are in no way contingent upon my satisfactory academic progress, personal satisfaction, or attainment of employment upon graduation. Dissatisfaction with, or non receipt of, the educational services being offered by Park City Culinary Institute, does not excuse the Student, as a borrower, from repayment of any loan made to the Student, as a borrower, for enrollment.
I also acknowledge that photos and video taken during the program may include my image, and give permission to the Park City Culinary Institute to use my name and image, as well as any comments I make about the program, in their marketing as well as sale of instructional videos. I may request an exception from Director Laurie Moldawer at firstname.lastname@example.org
I have received and read a copy of the Park City Culinary Institute Catalog and the Assumption of Risk and Liability Waiver. I have read and understand this enrollment agreement and I acknowledge receipt of an exact copy of the same. I understand that this agreement contains all the terms of my enrollment and acknowledge that no verbal statements have been made contrary to what is contained in this agreement.
My signature below certifies that I have read and understood all aspects of this agreement, and agreed to my rights and responsibilities, and that Park City Culinary Institute’s cancellation and refund policies have been clearly explained to me.
I hereby enroll at Park City Culinary Institute for the Certificate Program selected above.
I, the undersigned, have read, understand and agree to abide by all of the provisions set forth in the foregoing enrollment agreement.
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Park City Culinary Institute accepts the above student for the Certificate program chosen above.
Laurie Moldawer DateDirector of Park City Culinary Institute, 1484 South State Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84115 (801) 413-2800
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Signed by Laurie Moldawer
Signed On: August 12, 2021
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