Craft Training Center of the Coastal Bend

7433 Leopard Street; Corpus Christi, TX; 78409

New Student - High School Application

Parental Consent for Drug Testing and Release of Information

Applicant is a minor who is enrolling for training courses with the Craft Training Center of the Coastal Bend (CTCCB). I, as the Parent/Guardian, of said minor child understand that as part of the application/enrollment process, all applicants are subject to drug testing and must submit a urine sample to be analyzed by an accredited laboratory designated by CTCCB.
As parent/legal guardian of and on behalf of reference minor, I hereby consent to the administration of the drug detection urinalysis testing on this child in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth in the CTCCB Controlled Substance and Alcohol Abuse Policy.

I hereby give my consent for CTCCB to notify the school my minor child currently attends in the event he/she is ineligible for enrollment or is removed from the program.
I have read and fully understand the information provided on this Parental Consent and Release Form.


Please type your name as an electronic signature to consent to Initial Enrollment and Random Drug Testing

Dispute Resolution Agreement

Craft Training Center of the Coastal Bend, hereafter referred to as "CTCCB" and the person whose signature is affixed hereto, hereafter referred to as "STUDENT" (which includes the parent/guardian if the student is under the age of 18), mutually agree that there are many advantages to using alternative dispute resolution to settle any and all legal disputes, disagreements and claims, including, but not limited to, those arising from Student’s training or skills assessment process. The parties mutually agree that this document shall govern the resolution of all claims and/or disputes between STUDENT and CTCCB. CTCCB and STUDENT, by the authorized signatures below, mutually contract and agree that, each, every, any and all claims, disputes and/or controversies, now existing, or hereafter arising, including the arbitrability of any claim, dispute or controversy shall be exclusively resolved by the parties first trying to settle by mediation, and failing which, by final and binding arbitration. Unless specifically and mutually agreed otherwise, the mediation and/or arbitration shall be administered by the rules of the American Arbitration Association, and shall be pursuant to the provisions of, and jurisprudence interpreting, the Federal Arbitration Act and/or the Texas Alternative Dispute Resolutions Act, whichever shall have the broadest effect. The Arbitrator(s) shall be the sole and exclusive determiner of jurisdiction. Judgment upon any award may be entered in any federal or state court having jurisdiction thereof. The parties shall agree upon one mediator and/or arbitrator. The mediation and/or arbitration shall take place in Nueces County, Texas. Each party shall pay for its share of the cost of mediation and/or arbitration. In no event shall fees and/or expenses be placed on STUDENT if the arbitrator finds that STUDENT would experience extreme hardship or a limitation of legal rights under this Agreement. This dispute resolution agreement shall be used for all claims, controversies or disputes whether arising under or based on the Constitution, Statutes, Code(s), Ordinances, Regulations, Orders, and/or Common Law of the United States, or of any State, and all subdivisions of either; and/or are based on claims or theories of contract, quasi-contract, personal injury, tort, offenses, quasi-offenses or otherwise including, but not limited to, all claims, disputes, or controversies relating to Student’s training or skills assessment process. While both CTCCB and STUDENT retain all subsequent legal rights and remedies under this Agreement, CTCCB and STUDENT are both waiving all rights which either may have with regard to trial, whether jury or nonjury, in State or Federal Court, for any covered claim. The term CTCCB, as used in this agreement, means CRAFT TRAINING CENTER OF THE COASTAL BEND, its parents, subsidiaries, and all related entities, including all officers, directors, employees, agents, subcontractors, vendors, insurers, benefit plans, benefit plan sponsors, fiduciaries, administrators, or affiliates of any of the above, and their respective successors and assigns. The term "STUDENT" as used in this agreement, means the individual whose signature is affixed hereto, and his or her heirs, spouse, representatives, successors, and assigns. CTCCB and STUDENT acknowledge that they have had sufficient time to review and consider signing this agreement and that it is clearly understood that this is a MUTUALLY BINDING CONTRACT and that any questions or concerns about it should be referred to an attorney prior to signing it. The parties to this agreement recognize and agree that CTCCB is engaged in business affecting and using the instruments of interstate commerce. Each clause, provision, sentence and paragraph of this agreement is severable and should any be determined to be invalid or unenforceable, then those that are valid, or are capable of being enforced shall be, and shall remain in full force and effect. The parties expressly agree that the terms of this dispute resolution agreement shall survive any and all terminations of the student relationship, and shall be binding on the heirs, spouse(s), representatives, successors and assigns of the parties hereto. This agreement incorporates the entire agreement of the parties and amends, replaces, and supersedes any other agreements, written or oral, if any exist, and may not be changed or varied except in writing and signed by all parties.

Please type your name as an electronic signature that you have read and understand the Dispute Resolution agreement.

NCCER Registration and Release Form

To be entered in NCCER’s Registry, you must complete and sign this form. Records containing trainee/participant personal information, including but not limited to score reports, training prescriptions, and transcripts, cannot be distributed until this form has been completed.

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*To enter into the NCCER National Registry, ONE of the following numbers needs to be provided: Social Security Number, NCCER Card Number, or State DOE Student Number. Once you are entered into the system, you will be given an NCCER Card Number to use in the future. (System Generated Numbers are no longer an option.) Pipeline users MUST use their Social Security Number.

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If you choose to use the State DOE Student number, this must first be added into the NCCER Registry System as an approved “Alternate I.D. Type.” Please work with your sponsor representative to ensure your state I.D. Type has been added into the system.

Company/School Information

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I hereby authorize NCCER to verify information in my training and/or assessment records, which may include any of the personal information provided on this form, to the Sponsor Representative/Primary Administrator upon request. I release and hold harmless NCCER for this verification process.

Please print as an e-signature

Craft Training Center of the Coastal Bend Video/Photography Release

I understand and agree that if this release is intended for a student under the age of 18, the references “I” and “me” will have the following meaning: “The parent/guardian agrees to the terms or conditions on the minor’s behalf ”.

I hereby consent for the Craft Training Center of the Coastal Bend (CTCCB) to use any image of myself including the identification of myself in any such photographs or videos in any promotion, advertising, marketing and social media.


Please type in your name as an electronic signature for The Craft Training Center of the Coastal Bend's Video/Photography Release

Craft Training Center of the Coastal Bend Medical Release Form

In case of emergency, I, the parent and/or legal guardian grant permission to the Craft Training Center of the Coastal Bend staff to seek and authorize medical care for my child who is under the age of 18. I understand that in the event that my preferred medical providers are not readily available, the Craft Training Center of the Coastal Bend staff has permission to take my child to the closest medical provider.

Please type your name as an electronic signature to consent to The Craft Training Center of the Coastal Bend Medical Release Form

Craft Training Center of the Coastal Bend Student Code of Conduct

The Craft Training Center of the Coastal Bend (CTCCB) is committed to helping prepare high school students acquire gainful employment in the construction industry; student participation, dedication and cooperation are key to the development of entry-level craft professionals. Our goal is not only to teach students the skills and technical information needed to succeed, but to teach safe work practices, proper use and maintenance of tools and equipment, responsibility for punctuality, attendance, work performance and work ethic, as well as verbal and written communication skills. In order for CTCCB and our students to be successful in achieving these goals it is imperative that students understand and agree to abide by the following rules and regulations:


1. Students are expected to be in class on time, properly dressed for training in industrial crafts, and ready to work. Students are expected to bring all required Personal Protection Equipment (PPE), books, and supplies needed for class.
2. Students are expected to be in attendance daily and to cooperate with instructors and staff.
3. Flagrant misuse or negligence in use of equipment, materials and/or supplies or vandalizing vending machines or any other item on CTCCB property will be considered cause for immediate dismissal from the CTCCB program.
4. Students are expected to remain in the classroom, laboratory or assigned area of instruction at all times. Students are not allowed to be in other areas of the campus or away from assigned instructional areas without the express permission of their instructor or a staff member.
5. Safety is a major concern in the construction industry. Students are provided and trained on the proper use of PPE and are required to have and properly use all necessary PPE as mandated by the CTCCB. Students are expected to be constantly mindful of other students and instructors working in the area. Safety violations will be issued; a third violation may result in dismissal from the program.
6. Weapons of any sort are strictly prohibited, guns, pocket knives, or any item determined to be an illegal weapon by CTCCB that is found in possession of a student, used by a student, found in their locker or personal belongings will be reported to Law Enforcement Authorities.
7. Drugs, synthetic drugs, drug paraphernalia of any sort, and alcohol are strictly prohibited, any item determined by CTCCB to be an illegal item that is found in possession of a student, used by a student, found in their locker or personal belongings will be reported to Law Enforcement Authorities. CTCCB conducts random and for cause drug testing; and has a Zero Tolerance policy.
8. CTCCB operates its training classes like a construction job site. Any display of aggressive behavior or horse play will not be tolerated. Any use of profanity or harassment towards other students or staff will be reported to the respective high school principal. Endangerment of or physical contact with any other student or staff member by a student will not be tolerated.
9. No food or drinks are allowed in classrooms or laboratories. CTCCB strictly prohibits the use of any tobacco products by high school students anywhere on CTCCB, CSC or ABC property.
10. In conformance with most high school policies, students are not permitted to bring electronic items such as I-Pods, cameras and other similar devices. Cell phones may not be powered on during the instructional day, which is from the time a student steps off their school bus until the student is back aboard the bus. Any such device will be confiscated and turned in to the respective principal to be returned at the principal’s discretion. CTCCB is not responsible for any items lost or stolen while on CTCCB property. CTCCB has cameras placed throughout the training facilities for the protection of students, staff and property.


Please print your name as an electronic signature to agree to the terms and conditions of The Craft Training Center of the Coastal Bend's Student Handbook

Del Mar College Continuing Education Form

Students are dually enrolled and receive Del Mar College Continuation Education credit when enrolled in CTCCB programs .

Your Name, Mailing Address, Phone Number, and E-Mail address will automatically be inserted from the information you gave us above.


(Information may be obtained at http://www.delmar.edu/admissions/meningitis.php)

(You have worked without pay to care for the home and family, and for that reason have few marketable skills and are experiencing difficulty in obtaining employment)

(Answer “No” if English is not your primary language or you consider yourself somewhat limited in the use of English.)