Health and Safety
TEP is committed to providing a safe and healthy learning environment for each of its program participants. Students can connect with our support staff 24/7.
Safety abroad is important to us. We recognize the importance of students making informed decisions about overseas travel. TEP regularly monitors safety and security in our program location and advises students of any risks, whether safety or health related, that would potentially affect them. Risk assessments are acted upon based on the recommendations from the U.S. Department of State, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada travel warnings, local law enforcement, NAFSA and the World Health Organization. TEP voluntarily complies with the health & safety guidelines set forth by NAFSA as they apply to the programs we offer.
TEP has created an Emergency Response plan to be implemented in the case of an emergency. This would be carried out by our on-ground personnel.