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Individual Needs

Educational Living will recruit candidates at all times in an ethical and responsible manner consistent with the requirements of the training and will ensure that application processes are explicit and defensible and that equity and access principles are observed.

This is based on the premise that enrolment should only occur after Educational Living provided the individual candidate with access to a reasonable amount of information prior to enrolment in the selected training courses and/or programs.

Educational Living aims to provide an environment and learning structure that encourages candidates to continue with their education and strive for excellence in their chosen subject of interest.

This policy reflects the following aspects of Educational Living’s Training and Assessment Policy.

That the range of courses and programs offered:

  • that the range of courses and programs offered are designed to meet the training, education and learning needs of the candidates and are of the highest quality
  • are defined by a learning and assessment strategy defined in terms of demonstration of competence to a specified standard, in accordance with endorsed training package requirements
  • provide flexibility for candidates through a variety of learning and assessment strategies which facilitate local access, individual time scheduling and choice of study and learning modes
  • provide an appropriate mix of access to education, training and learning opportunities

Furthermore Educational Living aims to advise prospective candidates of:

  • its scope of registration
  • application processes and pre-enrolment information required.
  • qualifications to be issued on completion or partial completion of courses
  • competencies to be achieved during training
  • provisions for language, literacy and numeracy assistance, where appropriate
  • assessment and flexible learning procedures and processes including Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) & Credit Transfer (CT).
  • appeals and complaints procedures
  • facilitator responsibilities
  • facilities and equipment necessary for successful administration.
  • client support services, including welfare and guidance counselling where appropriate