TES - TRAINING & EMPLOYMENT SOLUTIONS has systems and processes in place to manage and deal with any disciplinary matters relating to instances of misconduct whilst studying with TES.
A certain standard of behaviour such as being punctual for classes or following Password & login rules , good manners towards other students and trainers, respect for others privacy and possessions is expected of all staff and participants.
The Trainer reserves the right to ask any participant to leave a program or session if their behaviour puts others at risk or adversely impacts on the learning of others.
Plagiarism & Cheating
- Any student who, in the opinion of the TES Management, is found cheating will face disciplinary action which may result in the student being asked to leave the course and may have the relevant assessment outcome disregarded.
- Plagiarism is a form of cheating. Plagiarism is a serious breach of academic trust. It is the act of presenting somebody else's work and claiming it as your own.
- Assessors will take all reasonable action to satisfy themselves that any material submitted for assessment is the participant’s own work. Material suspected of plagiarism will be reported to, and investigated by TES Management.
To avoid plagiarism and its penalties, students are advised to note the following:
- You may quote from someone else's work (for example from textbooks, journals or other published materials) but you must always indicate the author and source of the material.
- You should name sources for any graphs, tables or specific data, which you include in your assignment.
- You must not copy anyone's work and present it as your own.
The Discipline policy applies when all other avenues have been exhausted. These avenues include but are not limited to: mentoring, informal feedback and counselling. Please check the TES Student Handbook for further details or contact TES on
1300 102 838 or email your complaint to the firstname.lastname@example.org