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Policies

Please review our policies below. If you have questions about any of these policies, please contact our executive director.

Antitrust Declaration of Policy – It is the policy of the Electrical Association of Philadelphia and its members to comply fully with the antitrust and trade regulation laws of the United States Federal Government and of the various states. View the full policy and guidelines here.

Education Cancellation, Transfer, and Refund Policy – Cancellations must be made, in writing, within 24-hours of the class start time, to obtain a refund. If cancellation is submitted with less than 24-hour notice, the student will receive a credit to be applied to a future course within a 12-month period.  If this credit is not used prior to the end of the 12-month period, student forfeits registration.  Students may also transfer registration to another staff member at the same company. 

Cancellation, transfer, and refund requests should be submitted to electric@eap.org. 

Membership List Sales –  the EAP does not sell its member or contact list under any circumstances.