ACFA Code of Conduct
ACFA recognises the importance of a work environment which actively promotes best practice. The purpose of this Policy is to describe the standards of behaviour and conduct expected from workplace participants.
ACFA acknowledges the clients’ right to lodge a complaint when they are dissatisfied with the training and /or assessment services and experiences that they have been provided by ACFA.
ACFA will ensure that clients have access to a fair and equitable process for expressing complaints, and that ACFA will manage the complaint with fairness and equity.
Assessment Appeals Policy
ACFA acknowledges that clients have the right to appeal an assessment decision, based on valid grounds for appeal.
ACFA has provision for clients to appeal against assessment decisions, including those made by a third party partner.
ACFA ensures that clients have access to a fair and equitable process for lodging an appeal against an assessment decision.
ACFA is committed to identifying all plagiarism and cheating by Clients undertaking any of its assessment events and applying corrective actions to prevent plagiarism and cheating contributing to a competency score. All Clients will be informed of the penalties associated with plagiarism or cheating prior to and following their enrolment.
ACFA is committed to complying with obligation under Privacy Act 1988, and the associated Australian Privacy Principles (APPs), specifically in the way it collects, uses, secures and discloses personal information.
Access and Equity Policy
Australian Cabinet and Furniture Association (ACFA) is committed to providing equal opportunity for all staff and learners by promoting inclusive practices and integrating the principles of access and equity into its policies and procedures.
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