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For further information Online at: wsi.tafensw.edu.au SMS (text only): 0428 423 102 Phone: 131 870 35 Richmond Telephone: (02) 4570 9005 Baulkham Hills Campus Telephone: (02) 9865 1113 Castle Hill Campus Telephone: (02) 9204 4610 SkillsLocker see also - Recognition of Prior Learning and Credit for Other Study SkillsLocker is a platform for mobile devices that enables you to capture evidence of your learning and skills for both Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and assessment purposes - anytime and from anywhere - using your smart phone, tablet or desktop computer. Videos, photos, audio, work samples, documents and other evidence can be captured at work, electronically verified by your employer or supervisor on the spot and sent to your teacher for review. You can login to SkillsLocker using your DEC user ID at http://skillslocker.tafensw.edu.au. Your SkillsLocker account can be accessed from anywhere with internet or 3G coverage and all information in SkillsLocker is updated and synced between devices. You can build up a personal Evidence Library in SkillsLocker for future use. For more information login to SkillsLocker and watch the Getting Started videos. Smoking, eating and drinking To ensure a safe and distraction free environment for everyone, please do not smoke, eat and drink in any classroom, practical room, library and passageway within college buildings. If smoking, eating and drinking in designated areas, please tidy up after yourself by placing all rubbish in the bins provided. Some of our campuses are now smoke free. We ask all students to abide by our no smoking policy at these campuses. Staff Rights All TAFE NSW staff have the right to: • be treated fairly and with respect by students and other staff • work in an environment free from discrimination and harassment. Teachers also have the right to: • be able to present lessons without disruption. Staff Responsibilities All staff members have a responsibility to: • be fair and equitable • promote an environment free from harassment where students are aware of their rights and responsibilities • treat everyone with respect and courtesy • not disclose student attendance or performance details to unauthorised people. Teachers also have a responsibility to: • be actively involved in the learning process of students • present course material in a way that helps students to achieve their educational goals • ensure that classes start and finish on time • inform students how and when they can be contacted • give reasonable notice to students about specific dates and details of assessments • return assessment tasks within a reasonable time.