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Policy (16)

CPEE policies describe in clear language what must be done. CPEE policies are broadly structured into two types, namely academic and operational. Academic policies are inclusive of academic program, teaching and learning and research/scholarship areas and related functions of CPEE. Operational policies are inclusive of all administrative and management functions of CPEE.

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Procedure (14)

CPEE procedures and processes describe how things outlined in policies must be done. CPEE procedures and processes support CPEE policies and are directions or instructions that describe in fuller detail how particular actions should be carried out. They invariably include flowcharts that provide clear direction about sequence

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Guidelines (13)

CPEE guidelines are examples of good practice and provide guidance about how to best implement CPEE policies.

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Codes of Conduct (3)

The following codes of conducts set out CPEE's expectation in relation to academic matters and personal behaviour.

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Form Directory (23)

The forms available in this directory should be used in conjunction with the applicable policy, procedure or guideline. Please ensure when submitting a form that is is complete and accurate.  

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The purpose of this policy is to describe the CPEE Policy on the development and approval of its Academic Calendar and Semesters.

This Policy establishes the processes and procedures to assure the quality of learning opportunities and standards of CPEE Programs and Awards.

The purpose of this Policy is to ensure that CPEE academic staff are appropriately qualified, possess professional standing and are provided with ongoing development in teaching and learning.

This Procedure applies where a student is unable, because of disability or medical condition, to undertake the same assessment in the same manner as other students. CPEE offers reasonable adjustments to assessment that do not impose unjustifiable hardship on the CPEE.

This form is to be used in relation to academic and non academic matters and must be used in conjunction with the CPEE Student Complaint and Appeal Policy and CPEE Academic or Non Academic Appeals Procedure.

CPEE may award Specified Credit or Unspecified Credit. The awarding of credit means that a student who successfully applies for credit shall have a reduced number of Units to complete their CPEE program to meet the requirement for graduation. For example, a CPEE student who has been awarded 2 Units of Credit in the Masters of Pavement Technology will need to complete (pass) a further 6 Units to meet graduation requirements.

This form is to be used by students to make application for Human Ethics Exemption. Applications must be made prior to commencing any research.

The following form is to be used when appplying to enter a CPEE or joint CPEE award program or a CPEE single unit enrolment. 

This form is to be used by students to make application for Restricted Access to and/or Confidential Examination of a student’s Industry Research Report or Work Based Project Report. Applications must be made at least 2 weeks prior to submission of the Report for examination. Students must refer to the information proved below under “Notes”, when completing this form. The completed form should be emailed to the CPEE HEO

This form is to be used by CPEE students when submitting assessment items during their studies. 

These Guidelines provide information for the awarding of academic credit within CPEE Programs. Credit is based on recognition of learning through prior experience and/or studies (RPL). The awarding of RPL means that a student enters the program with advanced standing within their CPEE program of study. These guidelines do not apply to CPEE nested programs

The processes and systems outlined in this document are intended to support implementation of the student assessment policy. The awarding of CPEE degrees with merit and distinction is based on the following processes and systems;

The procedures outlined in this document support the implementation of the student assessment policy

Any changes to your details must be updated via the submission of the following form. 

Students and Unit Chairs must reference or cite sources. Correct referencing is an important part of academic writing and it ensure that the ideas or words of others are rightfully acknowledged. It also helps avoid plagiarism. Well used referencing demonstrates that the writer has indeed read the contemporary and historical background literature and helps provide authority for statements made in conclusions, summaries and interpretation of results.

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