NARROGIN AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
CODE OF PRACTICE
The Narrogin Agricultural College endeavours to implement and operate within policies and management practices that maintain high professional standards in the delivery of education and training whilst safeguarding the educational interests and welfare of all students.
1. Delivery & Assessment of Education & Training Services
The Narrogin Agricultural College will endeavour to ensure that appropriately qualified staff and adequate resources are available and utilised in the provision of education and training services.
2. Marketing of Education & Training Services
The Narrogin Agricultural College will endeavour to market its education and training services with integrity, accuracy and professionalism. In the provision of information, no false or misleading comparisons will be drawn with any other provider or course.
3. Student Recruitment
The Narrogin Agricultural College will endeavour to ensure that the recruitment of students is conducted at all times in an ethical and responsible manner and that selection decisions are fair and comply with equal opportunity legislation.
4. Student Information
The Narrogin Agricultural College will endeavour to provide accurate and current information to students and prospective customers on all relevant matters via its website. This will include course outcomes and assessment procedures, staff and facilities, fees charges and refund entitlements, admission criteria and procedures, termination of tuition and student withdrawal arrangement, internal and external grievance procedures and student welfare and support services.
5. Financial Management
The Narrogin Agricultural College will endeavour to ensure that all financial procedures comply with the Financial Management Act and that a fair and equitable policy is applied for the refund of student fees and charges.
The Narrogin Agricultural College will endeavour to provide accurate and current information to students and prospective customers concerning course outcomes and competencies to be achieved. Assessment procedures including the recognition of prior learning and the certification arrangements on completion and partial completion of the course will be conveyed to parents.