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HE Policies & Forms

HE Policies & Forms

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Academic and Non-Academic Grievance (Complaints) Handling

How To Get Cytotec Prescription in Vallejo California SITCM is committed to developing and maintaining an effective, timely, fair and equitable grievance handling system which is easily accessible to all complainants.

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  • the enrolment, induction/orientation process;
  • the quality of education provided;
  • academic issues, including student progress, assessment, curriculum and awards in a course of study;
  • handling of personal information and access to personal records;
  • the way someone has been treated.

best place to buy Priligy no prescription in Bakersfield California These grievance procedures are designed to ensure that SITCM responds effectively to individual cases of dissatisfaction.

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Academic Freedom and Free Intellectual Enquiry

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Academic Integrity and Honesty Policy and Procedure

aprender a operar con opciones binarias Academic misconduct involves cheating, collusion, plagiarism or any other conduct that deliberately or inadvertently claims ownership of an idea or concept without acknowledging the source of the information. This includes any form of activity that negates the academic integrity of the student or another student and/or their work.

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Course Discontinuation Policy and Procedure

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Credit for Prior Learning (Advanced Standing) Policy & Forms

binäre optionen wirtschaftskalender Granting credit for prior learning ensures that students commence study at a level that appropriately recognises their prior learning experiences, and are not required to repeat equivalent learning successfully undertaken in another context.

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Credit for Prior Learning (Advanced Standing) application

Assessment Appeal

Credit for Prior Learning (Advanced Standing) application assessment appeal

Fair Treatment and Equal Benefits and Opportunities

Students and persons seeking to enrol with SITCM will be treated fairly through all its policies and procedures.

SITCM is committed to full and equal educational benefits and opportunities for all its enrolled and prospective students. All applicants, regardless of background, circumstances or eligibility for funding, will be assessed for entry to study through the same published entry requirements and through the same process.

Fair Treatment and Equal Benefits and Opportunities Procedures

Graduation and Awards Policy and Procedure

SITCM has designed this policy to define the rules  and procedures for the issuing of AQF awards once a student has completed a course of study with SITCM.

Graduation and Awards Policy and Procedure

Personal Information Procedures

SITCM complies with the Information Privacy Principles as set out in section 14 of the Commonwealth Privacy Act 1988 when dealing with personal information collected in relation to FEE-HELP and VET FEE-HELP assistance.

Personal Information Procedures

Refund Policy for Higher Education Domestic Students

In the event of a student withdrawing from a unit of study on or before the census date for that unit of study 100% of tuition fees paid for that unit will be refunded to the student.

In the event of a student withdrawing from a unit of study after census date for that unit of study no refund is applicable.

Refund Policy for Higher Education Domestic Students

Safety and Security Procedures

Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine (“SITCM”) is committed to establishing and maintaining a safe and secure educational and work environment where students and staff engage in educational and work processes in a safe, secure, and productive environment.

Safety and Security Procedures

Student Assessment Policy and Procedure

Student Assessment Policy and Procedures

This policy is designed to ensure that all student assessment tasks are appropriately designed to determine the extent to which students have met the learning and skills outcome requirements within a unit of study and to assist teaching staff to make decisions about the performance of individual students within a unit of study.

Student Assessment Policy and Procedure

Assessment Extension and Examination Reschedule

Please submit a Application for Special Consideration in the following circumstances:

  • In the eventuality of extenuating circumstances, a student may apply for an extension within 5 days of the due date for submitting an assessment.
  • Requests from individual students to undertake an examination and/or assessment at a time other than the scheduled time must be submitted 4 weeks prior to the end-of-semester.

Application for Special Consideration

Student Code of Conduct and Disciplinary Procedures

SITCM is committed to promoting an inclusive and safe culture in which no student is marginalised or discriminated against.

SITCM upholds the principle that all students are entitled to engage in the educational process free from disruptive or inappropriate behaviours. To this end the Institute is committed to ensuring that there are clearly defined standards of behaviour and conduct for all enrolled students, that appropriate campus security arrangements are in place, and that students are made aware of actions they can take to enhance their safety and security both on and off campus.

Student Code of Conduct and Disciplinary Procedures

Student Consultation Policy and Procedure

SITCM ensures that relevant teaching staff are available for face-to-face and all teaching staff are available for online student consultation during each semester of study (including mid-semester break, study week and the examination period).
This policy outlines the mechanism by which teaching staff (including full-time, part-time and sessional staff) will make themselves available to assist students with academic matters outside scheduled class times.

Student Consultation Policy and Procedure

Student Progression and Exclusion

SITCM has designed this policy to detail the rules for meeting course progression requirements and to define the grounds for exclusion of a student due to lack of satisfactory progress. The academic achievement of each student will be monitored so that students who are determined to be ‘at risk’ can be provided with advice and support to ensure successful course completion whenever possible.

Student Progression and Exclusion Policy and Procedure

Student Review Procedures (For Re-Crediting a Fee-Help Balance)

If a student withdraws from a unit of study after the census date for that unit of study, or has been unable to successfully complete a unit of study, and believes this was due to special circumstances then the student may apply to have their FEE-HELP balance re-credited for the affected units of study.

Student Review Procedures

Student Selection and Admissions

Persons seeking to enrol in a higher education course with SITCM are required to satisfy the general admission requirements and English language requirements, meet additional selection criteria, and be selected in competition with other eligible applicants.

In addition, International students must be 18 years of age or over at the time that they commence the course for which they have applied.

Entry criteria and application procedures detailed in this Policy and Procedure are published in SITCM’s Prospectus and on SITCM’s website for the information of persons seeking to enrol with SITCM.

Student Selection and Admissions Policy and Procedure

Student Support Services

SITCM provides appropriate student support services to assist students in completing their studies and reaching their academic goals.
To ensure that students are made aware of the support available, all staff in SITCM are required to understand their responsibilities in providing students with support and, where necessary, referral to others for appropriate advice.
This policy also covers Students with a Disability and Indigenous Australian Students.

Student Support Services Policy and Procedure

Information on general and academic student support are also available here.

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