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For further information Online at: wsi.tafensw.edu.au SMS (text only): 0428 423 102 Phone: 131 870 37 Student Rights As a TAFE NSW student, you have a right to: • be treated fairly and with respect by TAFE NSW staff and fellow students • learn in an environment free of discrimination and harassment • pursue your educational goals in a supportive and stimulating environment • have access to counselling • privacy concerning TAFE NSW records or documents that contain personal information • apply to have your existing skills and knowledge recognised as part of your study program • have ready access to assessment procedures and progressive results • lodge a complaint without fear of retaliation or victimisation. Student Responsibilities By signing the Enrolment Form or accepting enrolment online you agreed to abide by all TAFE NSW policies and procedures. You must: • advise TAFE NSW if you have a history of violence (see Management of Risk of Harm to Students and Staff and the back of your copy of the Enrolment Form) • treat other students and staff with respect and fairness • not engage in plagiarism, collusion or cheating in any assessment event or examination • be punctual and regular in attendance • submit assessment items by the due date or seek approval to extend the due date • return or renew library books and any other loaned equipment on time • observe safety practices, e.g. wear approved clothing and protective equipment • refrain from swearing • refrain from smoking in buildings • behave in a responsible manner by not: - littering - harassing fellow students or staff - damaging, stealing, modifying or misusing property - being under the influence of alcohol or drugs - spitting Student Excellence Awards The TAFE NSW – WSI annual Student Excellence Awards ceremony acknowledges students who have achieved outstanding success in their studies. Students are nominated by their teachers and submissions are reviewed by a panel of expert judges. Some students are also nominated for State Training Awards by the Institute. Student Portal A personalised learning space is provided to all students and staff in schools and TAFE NSW through the Department of Education and Communities (DEC) Student Portal. The Portal acts as a gateway to a range of educational and curriculum resources and provides students with access to a personal DEC email account. The DEC Student Portal can be accessed from anywhere with an internet connection and a web browser (eg from home or public libraries, as well as TAFE NSW colleges). You will be provided with a username and password on enrolment. If you have any problems please speak to your teacher.