TAFE SA Regional - Whyalla CampusTAFE SA RegionalWhyalla CampusSTUDENT INDUCTIONSTUDENT INDUCTIONBy: Gail Fergusson
TAFE SA Regional - Whyalla CampusMOBILE PHONESAs a courtesy toLecturers, Clients &fellow Students,mobile phones willbe turned off duringclasses.MP3 PlayersIPods or Shuffles etc.
TAFE SA Regional - Whyalla CampusSTUDENT SERVICES• Recreation & Health – The student borrowing theequipment from the LRC is responsible to pay for repair orreplacement of the equipment where Destruction or Damage toTAFE SA equipment. (Education. Regulation 1999. Reg.44)• Career Counseling / Career Pathways• Learning Support Services ‘LSS’• Your Tutor• Student Lounge : microwave, sm. oven, vending & coffee machines, drinking water & cups.• Bi fold doors, rubbish, security camera’s• Learning Resource Centre – help with SIS• ID Card/concession card @ front office
TAFE SA Regional - Whyalla CampusPAYMENT OF COURSE FEE’S• Pay full total• Apply for a Part-Payment ContractFor fee’s over $250.00 (Direct Debit or Post Office for payment)• Job Employment Agencies• Wyatt Scholarships• Fee Free CoursesNo Payment = No Class AttendanceNo Payment = No Class Attendance• Entitlement to re-enroll in a module++ Fail a module & U repay to enroll in same module.Fail a module & U repay to enroll in same module.++ Exceed the due date & U repay to completeExceed the due date & U repay to complete
TAFE SA Regional - Whyalla CampusStudents can expect to:1.Be treated with courtesy and respect2.Learn in a supportive and safe environment free from discrimination, harassment andbullying3.Have concerns and complaints taken seriously and addressed promptly4.Have reasonable learning needs met regardless of gender, disability, ethnicity, age, ormode of study5.Have access to counselling and support services6.Have opportunities to provide feedback on services and an avenue to participate indecision making that affects the student body.Students are expected to:1.Treat others with courtesy and respect2.Know and observe student polices and procedures3.Maintain a high standard of academic integrity in their work4.Act in a fashion not likely to be perceived as discrimination, harassment or bullying5.Attend classes and submit work as required6.Act in a professional manner during work placements or other forms of practice-basedlearning activities and respect the confidentiality of information made available as part of thatwork experience7.Respect TAFE SA property and facilities and not interfere with the performance of staff orthe ability of other students to benefit from their studies.CODE OF BEHAVIOURCODE OF BEHAVIOURCODE OF BEHAVIOURCODE OF BEHAVIOUR
Code Of Behaviour “in full”TAFESA.EDU.AU Apply & Enrol Policies & Responsibilities• Student Behavioural Policy• Harassment• Sexual Harassment• Racism• Discrimination• TAFE SA Regional will not tolerate sexual Harassment or Harassmentof any nature.• Report incidents to your Lecturer or Student Services- Gail Fergusson Phone: 86488765TAFE SA Regional - Whyalla Campus
TAFE SA Regional - Whyalla CampusBreeches to the “Code of Behaviour” will result in• Requested to leave the campus for the day!!!• Student Behavioural Contact – set conditions toremain enrolled• Apprentices/Trainee’s – reported direct to youremployer• May include legal charges being made by thePolice• Continual breeches• Suspended from on campus attendance, directed by theRegional Manager• May be expelled from a TAFE SA campus or all TAFESA campus as directed by the Minister for Education.
TAFE SA Regional - Whyalla CampusFirst AidWEAR GLOVES WHEN HANDLING BLOODSPILLS• First Aid Kits• Trained First Aid Staff• Report issues to Staff****Students transported to hospital IN an Ambulance arePERSONALLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE AMBULANCE COSTSTHEMSELVES
TAFE SA Regional - Whyalla CampusCar ‘Hoon Laws’Car ‘Hoon Laws’ apply on-campusapply on-campus –Obey speed limit on Campus 25km’s –10km’s in car parksTAFE SA Campus are located on State GovernmentProperty – ALL State Traffic Laws apply.Student Car Parks !!!!!Breeches of Traffic Laws will be reported to the Policefor prosecution.
TAFE SA Regional WhyallaTAFE SA—Whyalla CampusCAR PARKS AREASA BLOCKF BLOCKCANTEENH BLOCK ChildCareEntryB BLOCK J BLOCKMIDDLEBACKTHEATRED BLOCKD1 BLOCKC BLOCKE BLOCKNICOLSON AVERACECOURSEROADCAMPUSENTRYCAMPUSENTRYwalkwaySTAFF / STUDENT PARKINGCLIENTS ONLY PARKINGGOVERNMENT CARS ONLYSTAFF ONLY PARKING
TAFE SA Regional - Whyalla CampusO.H.S. & W. Responsibilities•Follow standard safe work instructions & Institute policies – wearPPE where required•Identify & report hazards in the workplace & act responsible aroundthem•Evacuation procedures.- when the evacuation sire sounds – leavethe building immediately never re-enter an evacuated buildinguntil told to.•Never walk past an unsafe behaviour – prevent an injury & informwhere an incorrectly / dangerously operating of machinery /equipment if happening. Be responsible for the safety of yourself &others•Violence & bullying in the work place – Zero tolerance -
TAFE SA Regional - Whyalla CampusO.H.S. & W. Responsibilities•Do Not Attend TAFE Under the influence of drugs and or alcohol– impairswork performance & the safety of yourself & others.•No Eating - Drinking or Smoking is permitted in the buildings/classrooms orenclosed areas between buildings eg: breezeway & between D blocks – 10mfrom doorways & air intakes – 30m from gas cylinders.•Personal hygiene – Please be aware that body odour may be unpleasant &cause discomfort to other people.•Spitting saliva on the ground or at others is not tolerated !!•Put Rubbish in the bins
TAFE SA Regional - Whyalla CampusO.H.S. & W. Responsibilities• NEVER Remove or by-passsomeone’s lock-out locks or Operate ‘locked’out equipment/machineryThese are not alock for yourlocker
TAFE SA Regional - Whyalla CampusHelp For You !!!• Unhappy with facilities• Lack of information• Administration procedures• Learning• Harassment Physical – Verbal – Emotional - victimisationSTUDENTGRIEVANCEPOLICY
TAFE SA Regional - Whyalla CampusCOMPLAINTSCOMPLAINTSFORMALStudents formal complaint,•written & signed•Addressed to TAFE SADirector within three monthsof the incident.INFORMALStudents informal complaint• made verbally, Or inwriting•a signed copy of that letteris sent to relevant programmanagerAll Complaints will be handled with absolute fairness & in accordance with the principles of naturaljustice. TAFE is committed to ensuring that students do not experience any victimisation as a result ofmaking either an informal or formal complaint.*TAFE SA Tell Us What You Think Brochures – put your complaint / suggestion in
TAFE SA Regional - Whyalla CampusWE WISH YOU SUCCESS TOWARDS ACHIEVING YOUR EDUCATIONALGOALSYOUR Training = YOUR FutureYOUR Training = YOUR FutureAdditional - Program SpecificAdditional - Program SpecificInductions will be provided byInductions will be provided byyour Lecturer where necessaryyour Lecturer where necessary