Richmond School of Business is committed to ensuring its students receive the quality education that the students expect and to ensure that appropriate support is available to all students and to ease the transition into life and study in Australia.
In this section, you can browse through our current forms, policies and procedures which are applicable to students at Richmond School of Business. Please follow the appropriate link to locate the required student forms and policies.
Richmond School of Business reviews and updates the policies and procedures that apply to all students as part of our Continuous Improvement Strategy. This involves valuable feedback from our students.
Please read and become familiar with these forms, policies and procedures. Any feedback you provide to us will be considered at the next review. Please email any comments to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of this policy and procedures is to provide a fair, equitable and confidential framework and procedure for investigation and resolving alleged cases of misconduct at Richmond School of Business.
The purpose of this Policy and its related procedures is to clearly outline Richmond School of Business’ policy on student course progress, intervention and regulatory reporting related to unsatisfactory course progress.
This policy and procedure provides the guidance for Richmond School of Business to plan for, respond to and manage incidents and critical incidents ensuring the School meets its duty of care obligations in providing the highest possible standard of health and safety and upholds its legislative obligations in relation to its staff, students, contractors, volunteers and visitors to ensure people are safe, and that the School’s reputation is maintained.
Richmond School of Business (‘the School’) enables students to defer, temporarily suspend or cancel their studies during their enrolment at the School through formal agreement in certain circumstances.
This policy and procedures outlines the conditions and circumstances under which the School or an enrolled student can initiate the deferment, suspension or cancellation of a student’s enrolment.
The objective of the policy and procedures is to ensure that members of the School community with disabilities or long term health needs (mental, neuro-diverse or physical) have access to both facilities and a learning environment that is, wherever reasonably possible, comparable to that of their non-disabled peers. This policy and procedures recognises that disabled staff and students are an integral part of the School community. It takes premise that accessible and appropriate provision is core to the values of the School.
At Richmond School of Business, marketing and advertising plays an essential role in the conduct of our business as a Registered Training Organisation (RTO). We are committed to ensuring that all marketing and advertising activities are conducted in an ethical, accurate and consistent manner.
Richmond School of Business (‘the School’) is committed to protecting the privacy of individuals who interact with any aspect of its business, and will handle personal information in accordance with the Australian Privacy Principles set out in the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth). In providing products and services, the School will be transparent about how and why information is collected, stored and used. Where appropriate individuals will be provided with the opportunity to specify the ways information is collected, stored or used.
Recognition_of_Prior_Learning_and_Credit_Transfer_Policy_and_Procedures_v1.1This policy and its related procedures outlines how Credit Transfer (‘CT’) from prior formal academic accomplishments, and Recognition of Prior Learning (‘RPL’) from non-formal or informal learning are recognised at Richmond School of Business.
Richmond School of Business (‘the School’) has a duty of care to staff and students and is responsible for providing a safe teaching and learning environment for the School community. One of the ways the School does this is by making codes, policies and procedures that regulate behaviour.
The purpose of this policy and its related procedures is to ensure that Richmond School of Business has processes to enable students’ complaints and grievances to be resolved in a timely and effective manner that respects the rights and privacy of all parties concerned.
This procedure is to provide a systematic approach to the treatment of plagiarism in academic work at the Richmond School of Business. This procedure sets out the processes for reporting, recording, adjudicating and penalising incidents of student plagiarism.
The purpose of this Policy is to ensure that all individuals who apply for, and gain entry into, a Richmond School of Business Nationally Accredited Qualification, have the appropriate skills and abilities they require to be successful in their studies.