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Policy (16)

CPEE policies describe in clear language what must be done. CPEE policies are broadly structured into two types, namely academic and operational. Academic policies are inclusive of academic program, teaching and learning and research/scholarship areas and related functions of CPEE. Operational policies are inclusive of all administrative and management functions of CPEE.

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Procedure (14)

CPEE procedures and processes describe how things outlined in policies must be done. CPEE procedures and processes support CPEE policies and are directions or instructions that describe in fuller detail how particular actions should be carried out. They invariably include flowcharts that provide clear direction about sequence

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Guidelines (13)

CPEE guidelines are examples of good practice and provide guidance about how to best implement CPEE policies.

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Codes of Conduct (3)

The following codes of conducts set out CPEE's expectation in relation to academic matters and personal behaviour.

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Form Directory (23)

The forms available in this directory should be used in conjunction with the applicable policy, procedure or guideline. Please ensure when submitting a form that is is complete and accurate.  

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These Guidelines have been prepared to ensure a high quality and consistency of the structure and format of project reports submitted for partial fulfillment of CPEE630 and KNE520. The components, assessment tasks and structure of both Units have been detailed elsewhere in the Unit Study Guides. The following Guidelines are a concise summary of the required structure of the Final Research Report.

Assessment enables students to demonstrate their achievement of forms of learning described in the learning outcomes. It should contribute to the development of graduate attributes and professional standards and judge student performance against explicit and relevant criteria. The following 2 types of assessment are used to determine students’ achievement of learning outcomes.

  1. Formative assessment that provides feedback to the student during their learning experience;
  2. Summative assessment that focusses on the outcomes of student learning and involves the evaluation of the final outcomes of the learning experience.

The following principles focus on the key role assessment plays in student learning at CPEE.

This CPEE process provides details on the submitting of assessment items after the due date and the grading of those late item. The process has been developed while recognising that the period specified for Unit Chairs to grade assessment tasks is 10 working days. The process includes:

  • The maximum post-submission date period for submittal.
  • A sliding penalty system for late submission up to the maximum period.
  • Student applications for an extension without penalty up to the maximum period.
  • Delegation to the CPEE Higher Education Officer (HEO) for decisions on granting extensions and waiving of penalties.

This form is to be used by current CPEE and CPEE joint program students for approval of anticipated study expenditure which meet CPEE guidelines and to obtain recompense for any approved expenditure which occurred during the semester of study.

This Policy sets out the CPEE approach to the establishment and maintenance of Risk Management and to foster a positive risk culture as set out in the CPEE Risk Framework.

Before you start your semester enrolment, check the program webpage carefully for any specific application requirements that apply. There are 4 sections that need to be completed along with both the payer authorisation and the applicant declaration. Incomplete forms will be returned unprocessed.

For students enrolling into the Joint UTAS/CPEE - University of Tasmania Bachelor programs

This form is to be used for students applying for special consideration toward a unit/s assignment, major project or examination component.

The purpose of this Code of Conduct is to set out the standards expected of all CPEE staff with respect to conduct including responsible and ethical behaviour.

The Procedures outlined in this document ensure that CPEE recognises and provides flexible pathways for entry to its Units and Programs. The Procedure also ensures that students who are admitted possess the potential to succeed in their studies

This Procedure provides details of the processes for the lodging of student appeals related to academic matters and for the management of those appeals in a manner that is evidence based, non-adversarial and supportive of students.

 

The purpose of this Policy is to ensure that student administrative fees applied by CPEE are fair and appropriate. All administrative fees must comply with the Higher Education Provider Guidelines for circumstances where students can be charged administrative fees. This policy does not pertain to student unit fees.

The purpose of this policy is to ensure the academic integrity of all student assessment in all CPEE units and programs. This policy affirms the role of student assessment as an integral part of the learning process.

The purpose of this Code of Conduct is to set out the standards expected of all CPEE students with respect to conduct including responsible and ethical behaviour.

The CPEE uses its learning management system (LMS), which is based on Moodle to help facilitate teaching and learning. All students studying at CPEE will use the CPEELMS for a broad range of activities including accessing teaching material, corresponding with Unit Chairs and other students and to submit and receive feedback on assessment tasks. The purpose of this Code of Conduct is to set out standards expected of all CPEE students with respect to use of the CPEELMS including student forums.

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