Code of Behaviour
The following code of behaviour is intended to ensure that each member of the Monash Short Courses Centre community enjoys satisfactory conditions in which to study, resulting in benefits for all. Students are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that will not discredit themselves or the Monash Short Courses Centre.
Acts which seriously interfere with the basic purposes, necessities and processes of the community, or which deny the essential rights, health and safety of other members of the community, are prohibited.
1. Health & SafetyStudents are required to observe any lawful directions given by an MSCC staff member in order to ensure the safety of individuals and the orderly conduct of learning programs in line with the Workplace Health & Safety Legislation
2. MSCC PropertyThe property of the Monash Short Courses Centre, as well as that of individuals, shall be respected. The unauthorised entry into, use of, theft of, damage to, or destruction of MSCC buildings, equipment or property is prohibited
3. SmokingSmoking is not permitted in any MSCC owned or operated building
4. Alcohol, Drugs, Gambling & TheftThe appropriate authority will be called to deal with students who breach the law regarding alcoholic beverages, drugs, gambling, theft and other infractions which may be carried out.
5. Possession of Dangerous ItemsStudents may not use or carry prohibited and/or dangerous articles/weapons whilst training.
6. Disruptive Behaviour
The appropriate authority will be called to deal with students who:
· Obstruct or disrupt any official meeting, ceremony or other activity
· Refuse to leave MSCC property after being reasonably requested to do so
· Assault or attempt to assault any person whilst training with MSCC
A formal discipline / warning system exists within the Monash Short Courses Centre. Continued disruptive behaviour may result in students being removed from training.
7. AttendanceStudents are required to attend all classes. If students will be absent, they are required to inform MSCC by telephone. If the reason for absence is sickness, a medical certificate must be provided in excess of two days.
8. Phone Calls
Students are not to receive phone calls during training hours. Important messages are to be left at MSCC reception, which will be passed onto you. Mobile phones and pagers must be turned off before training commences.