At the end of each year, the College celebrates graduation at the Graduation Ceremony. Attendance of the Graduation Ceremony, and scheduled rehearsals is compulsory for all students (graduating and continuing). Furthermore, students are not to leave for holidays until after Graduation week has concluded (Refer to the College Calendar).
To be eligible to graduate, a student must:
- complete and pass all the necessary subjects and assessments
- have satisfactory attendance at College activities
- pay student fees, rent and library fines in full by the last week of semester
- return all library books
- have previously supplied their USI (Unique Student Identifier) number to the Registrar Dept via the student portal (The College will not issue any certificates to students without obtaining a verified USI for the individual according to the requirements set out in the Student Identifiers Act 2014.)
The dress code for the Graduation Ceremony is semi-formal. Students will not be able to participate in the Ceremony if dressed inappropriately.
Children are not permitted in classrooms as Hillsong College is set up as an adult learning environment and not suitable for children. One off occurrence requests will be considered for school-aged children upon submission to the campus Campus Dean. These type of requests will only be considered under special one off circumstances
Clarity of communication is essential between staff and students in order to facilitate smooth operations in the College. It is also necessary that written communication aligns to the spirit and ethos of Hillsong Church. To that end, the following applies:
External communications (e.g. Bulk emails to prospective and new students) must be checked by the Brand Manager prior to sending.
Internal communications to more than 20 people (e.g. Emails to students in a class, Emails to students in a campus) must be checked by your immediate supervisor and/or Principal.
Checks are made to ensure that appropriate language is used, including grammatical expression, technical issues, clarity and positive spirit. Continue reading “Communications”
Risk Identification and Management
This procedure describes the process by which we identify and manage risks concerned with quality control and compliance with SNR Standards for Registered Training Organisations.
Each member of the Executive Team is responsible for completing and reviewing Risk associated within their oversight on an annual basis.
The implementation of this policy and its associated procedures may be delegated to the training and administrative staff who are responsible for reporting to the Executive regarding the organisation’s risk status. Continue reading “Risk Management”