Students must agree to abide by this Code of Conduct to apply for a VET Course.
As a participant in VET course of study:
I shall strive to meet the attendance, participation and work requirements of the VET program
I will notify the VET Co-ordinator at my home school in advance if I will be absent from VET for any reason, or first thing in the morning on the day of attendance if I am unwell.(The VET Coordinator will then advise the respective training provider of such absence.
I will arrange with my VET Program teacher to catch up any missed work in my own time
I agree to work cooperatively with other students in the VET Program
I will abide by the trainer’s rules and the rules of the Registered Training Organisation (RTO) whenever I am on site
I will treat staff, other students and property with respect at all times
I will pay the materials costs associated with my VET Program if a fee is required
I agree to bring all necessary resources (books, pens, etc) to enable me to participate in the VET program each week and I will dress in accordance with the dress requirements of the program
I agree to abide by the RTO’s occupational health and safety requirements and will follow directions given by trainers in the event of an emergency
I acknowledge that my attendance at VET is reported to my home school
I understand that all facilities delivering a VET course and transportation services are smoke/vape free environments, (including
bus stops), and I will refrain from smoking/vaping while in attendance
If required to travel by bus to/from/during my VET Program I will do so in a responsible and considerate manner
I acknowledge that if I cause problems on the bus I may be suspended from travelling on the bus for a period determined by my school in consultation with the bus company and other relevant persons. I am also aware that if suspended from bus travel it is my responsibility to arrange the alternative travel to and from VET for the period of the suspension
I understand that:
The bus driver has the authority to designate seats to students and/or, to move a student to another seat on the bus.
Serious breaches may be referred to the “Transit Safety Division” of the Victoria Police for investigation and action.