As a Polytechnic student it is your responsibility to:
- treat other people with fairness and respect.
- be punctual and regular in attendance.
- observe normal safety practices, including no smoking in buildings.
- participate in scheduled assessment events and submit written assessment items on time.
- not engage in plagiarism or cheating in any assessment or test and provide authentic original assessment evidence.
- behave in a responsible manner i.e. no littering, harassing or offending fellow students or staff, or damaging property.
The Polytechnic's responsibility to our
As a Polytechnic student you are entitled to:
- be treated fairly and with respect
- learn in an environment free of discrimination and harassment
- pursue your educational goals in a supportive and stimulating environment
- have access to services such as counselling and language support
- be informed of assessment procedures, including your right to have existing skills recognised
How to Apply and Enrol
Some courses require prequisites Polytechnic staff are available to discuss your pathway and course options and answer your questions. Call 1300 655 307, drop into one of the campuses or see further information below.
Client services are open between 8.30am to 4.30pm on weekdays.