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41338 - Australian Harvard International College PTY LTD

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Pursuant to the provisions of section 93(2) of the ESOS Act, ASQA has made a decision to: • impose the following conditions under section 10B of the ESOS Act on your organisation’s registration effective 30 November 2018: * for the purposes of clause 8.12 of the National Code of Practice for Providers of Education and Training to Overseas Students 2018 (National Code) the registered provider’s process for determining the point at which an overseas student has failed to meet satisfactory course attendance must be at the point that the student has failed to attend any greater amount than 20% of the total of the scheduled contact hours for the course in a study period; * for the purposes of clause 8.12.3 of the National Code the registered provider’s policy and process for monitoring and recording attendance of the overseas students must require the registered provider to identify, notify and assist students who have been absent for five consecutive days of the scheduled course contact hours, even where those days are not adjacent to one another; * for the purposes of clause 8.13 of the National Code the registered provider must assess whether a student a has maintained satisfactory course attendance at the end of each week in the study period; • from the date the provider is notified of the conditions on every Wednesday for the prior week, the registered provider must produce to ASQA to compliancesydney@asqa.gov.au marked attention to The Proper Officer, a spreadsheet with the following information: * for every cohort, on a separate tab for each cohort, on each tab: ** one axis of the spreadsheet listing each student with their first name, last name and student ID in that cohort, and; ** on the other axis of the spreadsheet identifying each class by date, time (identifying scheduled commencement and ceasing time) and length (measured in hours and minutes of the class) as well as the trainer/assessor scheduled to train or assess that class and room location; that each student in the cohort is required to attend because it is part of the scheduled contact hours for the course; * data: ** populating the spreadsheet identifying each class that each student did or did not attend in each week in the study period; ** totals identifying for each student; the total hours scheduled for the study period, the total hours attended in each week and a cumulative total of the percentage hours attended as a proportion of the total scheduled contact hours; ** identifying if each student has been issued an warning letter, a breach of attendance letter or has been reported for non-attendance; and, • from the date the provider is notified of the conditions in accordance with 8.1 and 8.10 of the National Code of Practice for Providers of Education and Training to Overseas Students 2018 (National Code), the registered provider must implement and maintain minimum attendance requirements for overseas students as a condition of its registration; and, must keep, maintain and produce those records on request to ASQA; • the registered provider must maintain and produce on request to the ASQA, class rolls for each class, containing the name of each student scheduled to attend that class, signed by each student who did attend that class at the commencement and ceasing of each class and signed by each trainer/assessor training or assessing in that class for all VET courses.  Condition of registration 30/Nov/2018 
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