These items are accessible for students through one or more of the following places:
4. RecruitmentRecruitment of students will be conducted at all times in an ethical and responsible manner.Recruitment will rest on an assessment by the institution of the extent to which the stated competency standards and outcomes of the course are likely to be achieved by the applicant given his/her qualifications, proficiencies and aspirations. This assessment will be made by appropriately qualified staff.Acceptance into courses will comply with all equal opportunity legislation.5. Refund PolicyThe Australian Correspondence Schools has a refund policy in place, which is fair and equitable. The policy will contain guidelines for guaranteeing the refund of fees to students should the School close down for any reason.Students notifying the school of their withdrawal from their course within 14 working days of receiving course notes, qualify for a full refund of course fees only (not including postage & handling & administration fees).The school cannot accept responsibility for changes in your personal circumstances.Due to being correspondence in nature, courses can be deferred or postponed.An amount equal to $5,000 is:
Details of this policy are made to the students on enrolment.6. Trainee Grievances/AppealsIn the event of a grievance, the student is first required to submit details of the matter in writing. Every effort will be made to settle the grievance internally, in a fair and equitable manner, to the satisfaction of both parties.In the event that the matter cannot be settled, the trainee will be advised of an appropriate legal body where they can seek further assistance.A student may appeal against results anytime within a period of 3 months after receiving results.7. GuaranteeThe school guarantees to honour any statement made in this code of practice, or in the current8. International StudentsAnyone studying an external course from outside of Australia will be treated in a fair and equitable manner, and treated in accordance with this code of practice and all information provided in the current handbook.9. SanctionsACS accepts that various accreditations, affiliations and memberships held by this institution could be withdrawn should the Code of Practices not be implemented or abided by.