learner discipline • sanctions and plagiarism

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learner discipline and appeal

what is Learner Discipline Policy?

“Learner Discipline Policy Priorities Responsibility and Support.”

The Learner Discipline Policy establishes expectations, sanctions, and addresses plagiarism to maintain a safe and friendly learning environment.

If you have any concerns or questions related to our learner discipline, sanctions and plagiarism policy please contact our team at 01279 497873.

Learner Discipline, Sanctions, and Plagiarism Policy

Students at Course 2 Certify have the right to appeal disciplinary actions to ensure fairness and transparency in the resolution process.

Students may appeal disciplinary actions based on the following grounds:

  • Procedural irregularities during the disciplinary process.
  • New evidence that was not available during the initial proceedings.
  • Disproportionate or inappropriate sanctions.
  • 3.1 Submission of Appeal:
    • Appeals must be submitted in writing to the designated appeals officer within [specified timeframe].
    • The appeal should clearly state the grounds for appeal and include any supporting documentation.
  • 3.2 Review and Evaluation:
    • The appeals officer will conduct a thorough review of the appeal, considering the grounds and supporting evidence.
    • The student may be invited for a meeting to present their case.
  • 3.3 Decision:
    • The appeals officer will communicate the decision in writing to the student within [specified timeframe].
    • The decision of the appeals officer is final.

The detailed procedures and guidelines for the appeals process are outlined in the separate Appeals Policy document, accessible to all students. It is the responsibility of students to familiarise themselves with this policy before initiating the appeals process.

Course 2 Certify is committed to providing a fair and accessible appeals process. This Appeals Policy aims to uphold the rights of students to seek redress in disciplinary matters, promoting a just learning environment.