George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) or William P. Hobby Airport (HOU)
: There are parking spaces available on a first come first serve basis in the parking areas. Please do not park in spaces marked "Handicapped" or "Reserved" unless authorized.
Classrooms, hallways, and labs are non-smoking areas. Smoking is only permitted outside the building in designated areas.
Class Start and End Times:
Classes typically begin at 8:30 AM, end around 4:30 each day and normally end by noon on the last day of class to allow for travel arrangements. Additional lab time will be available on the afternoon of the last day of class. To help ensure effective learning, please attend all sessions. Book your travel arrangements to arrive at our facility prior to the start of the course. Attendance at all sessions is required to receive a certificate of completion. On the first day of class, please check in with the reception desk. The receptionist will issue you a visitors badge and direct you to your classroom.
Please notify us 2 weeks before the start date if you must cancel or reschedule your training. P. O.'s and/or payments already received will be credited toward future classes. We will bill in full for cancellations received less than 10 business days before the class start day, or for non-attendance. Regretfully, courses are enrollment dependent and therefore are subject to rescheduling. Should this occur, we will notify you least 10 business days before we reschedule a class and we will prioritize your request for attendance in another class. Since circumstances may require us to reschedule classes; please consider this when arranging travel. We cannot be responsible for non-refundable or penalty airline tickets. Please check our enrollment web site at https://mylearning-americas.abb.com
for additional class and registration information.
Dress Code Policy:
As a company we want to maintain a professional appearance. Examples of attire that is acceptable are: sweaters, sweatshirts, T-shirts (with sleeves), jeans, dress slacks, sport shirts with collars, flannel shirts, sport coats, tennis shoes, or boots. Examples of attire that is unacceptable and not permitted in the training lab are shorts, skirts, sandals (open toed shoes), tank tops, and any inappropriate logos. We reserve the right to inform individuals that are considered not to be in conformance with the standards and guidelines of our policy. Individuals considered not in compliance with this policy will be asked to return to their home/hotel, change, and to dress more appropriately.
It is the intention of ABB Inc. to provide a healthy, safe and efficient workplace in its facilities. While on ABB Inc. premises, no student may use, possess, dispense, distribute, sell or be under the influence of alcohol, illegal or unprescribed drugs. The legal use of prescribed drugs or over-the-counter medication is permitted on the job only if it does not impair student’s ability to perform the job effectively and safely. If at any time the management staff or instructors notice a change in speech, attitude, coordination or can smell alcohol on the student’s breath, ABB reserves the right to have the student leave the premises and may not be able to finish the course. The student’s employer will be notified regarding the student’s actions.