- COVID-19 Policy v3.0
- Student Handbook 2021
- Certificate I Course Information
- Certificate II Course Information
- Recognition of Prior Learning Application Form
- Complaints Policy
- Complaints Form
- Plagiarism Information
Covid-19 Policy (v3.0)
Updated July 2021
The purpose of this policy is for Eagles committee, staff, members and students to be informed and prepared to handle the local circumstances around the global pandemic. This policy will detail actions and protocols to be carried out to best ensure the safety of our community.
Student Handbook 2021
This handbook is designed to inform you of everything you need to know in relation to your possible enrolment. You will find policies and procedures which we work within as well as our commitment to you and your obligations as a student of Eagles.
Certificate I Foundation Skills Course Information
This qualification is designed for individuals who need skills to prepare for a vocational pathway qualification or further foundation skills development.
Certificate II Foundation Skills Course Information
This qualification is designed for individuals who require further foundation skills development to prepare for workforce entry or vocational training pathways.
Recognition of Prior Learning Application Form
Recognition of prior learning (RPL) is the assessment of skills or knowledge required for entry to, or advanced standing towards, a qualification, where there are no credentials as proof or where study was undertaken within the last eight years.
This policy provides guidelines to students and other stakeholders to the procedures to be followed to ensure fair and equitable outcomes when issues are raised.
The formal complaint procedure begins when the student or parent / guardian thereof states in writing, on this form that you have a complaint and submit the completed form directly to the Manager of Education Programs.
This Policy outlines staff and student responsibilities in maintaining academic integrity and defines the grounds for investigating allegations of plagiarism, cheating and collusion which are all forms of Student Misconduct.