A number of approaches to course delivery are used by staff. Course delivery approaches may include: teacher led classroom delivery, workshops, practicals, seminars, tutorials and supervised study. During class time students will be expected to participate by answering questions, giving opinions, demonstrating tasks, working with others in groups, making presentations and role playing situations.
The duration of the course specified in the course information includes only formal training. Students are required to spend a minimum of 20 hours per week for individual study (including self-paced learning, research, learning activities and assessment activities) in additional to their scheduled timetable.
A number of approaches to course assessment are used by Leaders Institute of Training and Education. Assessment approaches may be undertaken by practical demonstrations, case studies, projects, assignments, presentations, role plays, written tests and exams.
Acts of plagiarism, collusion and cheating are not permitted in any work completed for assessment and will result in a written warning and repeating the VET unit of competency, as well as incurring any associated charges. If a student is caught engaging in these acts a second time, they may be suspended or expelled from the Institute.
USI – Unique Student Identifier
All students undertaking vocational education and training must hold a Unique Student Identifier (USI) and provide it to the Institute during the enrolment process. Leaders Institute of Training and Education will not be able to issue a Certificate, a Statement of Attainment or an academic transcript if a USI has not been provided. For details on USI, visit www.usi.gov.au.
Recognition of AQF Qualifications / Credit Transfers
Students who have completed identical units from their course at other institutions will be given recognition/ credit on presentation of a verified transcript, Award or Statement of Attainment. Application for credit transfer must be lodged in writing.