UIUX design – CV Span

CVSPAN Community Guidelines

1. Before receiving a certificate of completion as a Product Designer, participants in this program must complete all five stages.
2. Every stage has three projects and two quizzes, and all participants are expected to complete them all because failing to do so will affect their scores, which will determine whether or not they advance to the next stage.
3. To improve the effectiveness of our learning process, we implemented two quizzes, two minor projects, and one large project at each stage. The quizzes are graded at 15%, the minor projects at 10%, and the major project at 50%. To advance to the next stage, participants must average a score of 50% from stages 1 to 3 and 70% from stages 4 to 5. Don’t worry; our dependable tutors will guide you through the process.
4. We understand your hectic schedules, so please notify your tutor in advance if you will be missing any sessions so that you can catch up on what has been taught previously. You should also be informed that moving on to the next phase requires you to complete and submit your capstone projects within the time frame specified.
5. Any tutee who requests a special timetable to accommodate their learning pace may be charged by the tutor. A fee is required to cover the administrative costs associated with providing this service.
6. Failure to submit a completed project within the allotted presentation time will result in a mark reduction for that project. Unless the tutor had granted permission ahead of time.
7. Any tutee who has been demoted due to inactivity will only be considered for the next cohort if the number of applicants falls within the range of people allotted for that stage.
8. Please refer to the countdown timer on the school page for information on when each session and stage will begin and end.
9. Participants who are unable to complete assignments within the allotted time will be given an extension but will face mark deductions. If a participant does not submit their work within the one-week grace period, it will be assumed that they did not complete their task, and they will not advance to the next stage.
10. The availability of stage tutors, who are members of other design communities and may be involved in other professional activities, determines the grace period for each stage. If the tutor or reviewer grants a grace period, their grades will be reduced by around 20% for each day they fail to have their project reviewed.
11. Only if the tutee does not repeat the class will the promotion’s covered tuition remain valid. Every student who enrolls through the promotion and then repeats a course must pay the regular course fee.
12. Payment of the monthly subscription lasts only for that month and cannot be rolled over. Do as much as you can to make use of your study plan in the allotted period.
13. Classes are held every weekday from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.
14. Tutees are expected to have accounts on Telegram, WhatsApp, and Google for their training.