Academic Standards and Risk Committee

Title Amended on Purpose
Academic Integrity Policy

Academic honesty is a fundamental principle in teaching, learning, research and scholarship. This policy reflects the College’s commitment to promote academic integrity in its staff and students and to detect and manage breaches of academic integrity.

Commonwealth Supported Places Policy Friday, 24 June, 2016

The purpose of this policy and accompanying information is to:

  • Promote compliance with government requirements in the offering of Commonwealth supported places to students at the College
  • Ensure offers are made in a way which maintains the principles of integrity and justice.
    • For postgraduate students this will be by making offers in rounds based on the academic merit of eligible prospective and current students.
    • For undergraduate students this will be by making offers in rounds based on the date and time of completion of application
Complaints and Grievance Policy

To outline how grievances, disputes and complaints are managed.

Completion of Study Policy

Specifies when the Dean of Academic Administration may allow someone to complete studies from a previous semester

English Proficiency Policy Friday, 10 May, 2019

The English Proficiency Policy is to set the standard of English proficiency required for admissions to the college for all courses.

Higher Education Awards and Certification Policy Tuesday, 25 October, 2016

This policy sets out the requirements for determining and ratifying student eligibility for an award, and requirements for ensuring documentation issued is accurate and prevents against fraudulent use.

Processes for students who fail to satisfactorily complete the National Literacy and Numeracy tests

This guideline defines how the College will handle different student cohorts in current and future Initial Teacher Education Units, and different points of admission when a student fails to satisfactorily complete the National Literacy and Numeracy tests by December 31 in the first year of enrolment or after attempting 48 credit points of study, whichever is the later.

Quality Improvement Survey Policy

This policy specifies the surveys the College conducts, or participates in, for the purposes of Quality Improvement.

Research-related OH&S procedures

General description of procedures for minimising risk during research.

Resubmission Policy

To inform students about when they may resubmit an assessment task.

Student Admissions Policy Monday, 8 February, 2021

The Student Admissions Policy establishes a framework for admitting potential students into the College which is supported by fair, transparent, consistent and timely procedures.

Student Progress Policy Tuesday, 31 March, 2020

This document sets out the College’s commitment to identifying students at academic risk and the procedures to minimise or nullify the risk.

Students with Disabilities Policy

To describe how the College supports students with disabilities and how the students may access these support mechanisms.

Supplementary Examinations Policy

To describe the grounds upon which a student may request a supplementary examination

Third Party Delivery Partnership Selection Management and Performance Monitoring Policy

This policy and procedure stipulates the risk management and quality assurance processes that must be applied to all the College’s Third Party Delivery partners.

Third Party Delivery Partnership Selection, Management and Performance Monitoring Procedures - VET

To establish responsibilities for the selection, management and monitoring of third parties who deliver and/or assess VET units of competency on behalf of the College. 

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