Attending TNTT's court-ordered classes
Code of Conduct
Expectations at TNTT classes
We like all our students to succeed in our classes. Please read the following rules and expectations to ensure you can have the best experience possible.
Trauma Nurses Talk Tough (TNTT) staff members are unable to provide any legal advice. Contact an attorney to obtain advice with respect to any particular issue or problem. Attendance in this course or communication with TNTT staff does not create an attorney-client or confidential privilege. TNTT staff may not discuss or offer advice on a specific case or the circumstances of a citation.
- Class starts promptly. Please be seated and ready to begin class.
- You are expected to be in the classroom for the majority of the class. Please return from breaks on time.
- Remain seated during all presentations.
- All personal electronic devices, including cell phones, must be turned off and placed out of sight during class.
- Discussion and questions are encouraged during class. Please be respectful, willing to listen, and accept opposing points of view.
- Please use polite language.
- Raise your hand to be recognized by the instructor. Please keep any questions and comments relevant to the topic.
- Anyone engaging in disruptive behavior or behavior that threatens the safety of others will be asked to leave.
- Theft, vandalism, use of alcohol and other drugs and other such offenses are strictly prohibited. Those discovered engaging in any illegal activities will be reported to the proper authorities.
- Please do not violate the rights of others, particularly when the behavior is disrespectful about a person’s gender, race, age, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, disability or appearance. Please do not tease, hurt or bully anyone, or use language, gestures or actions that will hurt others.
- You are responsible for your belongings. Valuables should be left at home. Legacy Health is not responsible for any lost or missing items.
- Hats, large bags, and backpacks are not allowed in the classroom.
Any violation of the above conditions will result in removal from the class. This does not merit a refund. TNTT reserves the right to refuse service to any student based on the above conduct. The courts are notified of such behavior.