Student Handbook – Australian students on Campus

Bible College

Hope College

Domestic Student Handbook

  • 10445NAT Diploma of Ministry (Christian Studies)
  • 10435NAT Advanced Diploma of Christian Ministry and Theology
  • 10436NAT Graduate Certificate in Christian Ministry and Theology
  • 10437NAT Graduate Diploma of Christian Ministry and Theology

Our nationally accredited Christian Ministry and Theology courses provide participants with biblical knowledge and skills to serve effectively as workers, leaders, and pastors in churches, Christian ministry and mission endeavors. As you launch out to learn more of God’s Word we pray you will grow in wisdom, grace, and maturity, empowered by the Holy Spirit to live out your God-given calling.

Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth.” 2 Timothy 2:15

“But grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. To him be glory both now and forever! Amen.” 2 Peter 3:18

MINISTRY QUALIFICATIONS

10445NATDiploma of Ministry (Christian Studies)2 years full-time
10435NATAdvanced Diploma of Christian Ministry and Theology1 year full-time
10436NATGraduate Certificate in Christian Ministry and Theology

(subject to minimum class sizes)

6 months full-time
10437NATGraduate Diploma of Christian Ministry and Theology

(subject to minimum class sizes)

6 months full-time

 COURSE DELIVERY

The courses listed above are delivered on campus. Training is delivered by face-to-face lectures, tutorials, chapel and work-based training. In the first term, a username, password, and address for Hope College’s e-learning website, Moodle, is e-mailed to students. They need to enter their username and password into the Moodle login web page to access their course materials as PDF’s at the commencement of each term. Student support and assessor feedback are provided by phone, postal mail, email, Moodle or a scheduled appointment with an assessor. The chapel is a key component of all Ministry courses and students are required to actively participate.

Some subjects are delivered in Korean. Upon enrollment, students must inform the Student Registrar which language stream they choose: English or Korean stream. Korean students are advised that some classes are English only and form part of the course requirements.

BIBLE STUDY TOOLS

To complete these courses you will need a Study Bible (e.g. NIV Study Bible, Life Application Study Bible) and access to a Bible Concordance, Bible Dictionary, and Bible Commentary, which can be purchased or accessed via the Internet.  A list of free online links will be supplied by Hope College upon successful completion of enrollment. For the Graduate  Certificate and Graduate Diploma, in addition to course fees, students are required to purchase and read the following prescribed textbooks: Barker, Kenneth and Kohlenberger, John R III  (2004)  The Expositor’s Bible Commentary (2 Volume Set) Grand Rapids,  Zondervan; and Williams, J Rodman (1996) Renewal Theology: Systematic Theology From a   Charismatic  Perspective (3 Volumes in 1)  Grand Rapids,  Zondervan.

 

COURSE STRUCTURE

10445NAT Diploma of Ministry (Christian Studies): This nationally recognized course consists of 21 units of competency delivered within 24 Bible and Ministry subjects.

10435NAT Advanced Diploma of Christian Ministry and Theology: This nationally recognized course consists of 10 units of competency delivered within 12 Bible and Ministry subjects.

10436NAT Graduate Certificate in Christian Ministry and Theology and 10437NAT Graduate Diploma of Christian Ministry and Theology: Both of these nationally recognized courses consist of 5 units of competency delivered within 6 Bible and Ministry subjects.

Upon successful completion of all course requirements, students will be awarded the particular qualification in which they enrolled. Students who do not complete all the requirements of the qualification in which they are enrolled will be issued a Statement of Attainment listing those units of competency for which all requirements have been satisfied (see withdrawal and refunds).

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

10445NAT Diploma of Ministry (Christian Studies) To be eligible to enroll an applicant must:

  • be a person who is actively involved in a Christian Church
  • be able to read and write English to a sufficient standard to work with the supplied course materials. Samples of the course materials are available for review.
  • Completed Year 12 or equivalent or mature age entry

10435NAT Advanced Diploma of Christian Ministry and Theology To be eligible to enroll an applicant must:

  • be a person who is actively involved in a Christian Church
  • be able to read and write English to a sufficient standard to work with the supplied course materials. Samples of the course materials are available for review.
  • fulfilling the prerequisite requires the student to have completed a Diploma of Biblical Studies, Theology, Ministry and Christian Studies or equivalent

10436NAT Graduate Certificate in Christian Ministry and Theology and

10437NAT Graduate Diploma of Christian Ministry and Theology  To be eligible to enroll an applicant must:

be a person who is actively involved in a Christian Church

  • be able to read and write English to a sufficient standard to work with the supplied course materials. Samples of the course materials are available for review.
  • fulfilling the prerequisite requires the student is to have completed an Advanced Diploma or Bachelor’s Degree in any area for a 10436NAT Graduate Certificate in Christian Ministry and Theology and have completed a 10436NAT Graduate Certificate in Christian Ministry and Theology for a 10437NAT Graduate Diploma of Christian Ministry and Theology.

RECOGNISED PRIOR LEARNING (RPL)

Recognised Prior Learning (RPL) will be given to students who have completed studies or have previous experience in the area of their selected course and supply appropriate documentary evidence that matches that evidence against the criteria for each unit of competency.  Students will need to demonstrate their knowledge is current.  It is recommended that RPL is applied for prior to the commencement of studies.  An RPL kit is available upon request – the RPL kit details the costs involved outlines the RPL process and the supporting evidence required.  Students submit the completed RPL application, and documentary evidence mapped against criteria, with the RPL Fee. Hope College will process the RPL  application and advise the student of the outcome within 30 days.  If the evidence provided confirms competency, the student will receive recognition. If gaps are identified, the student will be asked to provide further evidence or to successfully complete those units required to obtain the qualification.

RTO’S OBLIGATION TO RECOGNISE

Hope College recognizes and accepts Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) qualifications and Statements of Attainment issued by any other Registered Training Organisation (RTO).  Direct Credit Transfer (DCT) will be given to any student who has successfully completed units in any of our accredited courses with another RTO.  Students must produce a certified copy of their Record of Results/Statement of Attainment for our records prior to the commencement of studies. There is no fee for DCT.

WORK-BASED TRAINING (WBT)

Work-Based Training (WBT) is a volunteer, on the job training. Work-Based Training must be completed within the context of the local church where the student has the opportunity to gain knowledge and experience in ministry. Examples of ministry contexts could include (but is not limited to): youth, children, women, men, service, hospitality, music, small group, community, media or pastoral care ministries.  Responsibilities and requirements are outlined in the WBT Roles & Responsibilities, WBT Agreement and the WBT Training Plan.  WBT providers must have appropriate insurance that covers voluntary workers.  As part of the course requirements, applicants must complete a Work-Based Training Agreement and Work-Based Training Plan in consultation with their local church Senior Pastor and designated workplace supervisor.  Throughout the course, students will be required to submit WBT Participation Records to verify the ministry hours completed.  Late fees apply if submitted past the due date.  WBT Exemption: Students who are already employed as a minister with their local church do not need to complete WBT and must submit to Hope College a letter from their church verifying they are employed as a minister, the hours worked and a summary of their role and responsibilities.

WORK-BASED TRAINING ROLES AND LEVELS OF RESPONSIBILITY

10445NAT Diploma of Ministry (Christian Studies)

Students must complete 480 hours of work-based training over the duration of 2 years. This is broken down into 60 hours work-based training each Term, there are  4 Terms per year.

 ROLE:  Assistant Leader/Ministry Group Leader

 LEVEL OF RESPONSIBILITY:  Serving in one or two ministries as a leader, demonstrating a commitment to those ministries and participating in the ongoing development of those ministries, being accountable to a Leader/Pastor in the the church.

10435NAT Advanced Diploma of Christian Ministry and Theology

Students must complete 240 hours of work-based training over the duration of 1 year. This is broken down into 60 hours work-based  training  each Term,  there are  4 Terms per year.

 ROLE: Ministry Leader/Missionary Worker

 LEVEL OF RESPONSIBILITY:  Serving as a minister/missionary worker committed to developing and leading others,  generating ideas and strategies, demonstrating accountability for group outcomes, being accountable to a Leader/Pastor in the church.

10436NAT Graduate Certificate in Christian Ministry and Theology

Students must complete 120 hours of work-based training over the duration of 6 months. This is broken down into 60 hours work-based training  each Term,  there are  2 Terms per year.

 ROLE: Ministry Leader/Teacher/Instructor

 LEVEL OF RESPONSIBILITY:  Serving as a minister/missionary worker committed to developing and leading  others, generating  ideas  and  strategies,  demonstrating accountability for  ministry  outcomes,  contributing to the  overall  mission of the organisation, being accountable to a Leader/Pastor in the church.

10437NAT Graduate Diploma of Christian Ministry and Theology

Students must complete 120 hours of work-based training over the duration of 6 months. This is broken down into 60 hours work-based training  each Term,  there are  2 Terms per year.

ROLE: Ministry/Group Leader; Teacher/Instructor

LEVEL OF RESPONSIBILITY:  Serving as a minister/missionary worker committed to developing and leading  others, generating ideas  and  strategies,  demonstrating  accountability for ministry  outcomes,  contributing to the  overall  mission  of  the organisation, being accountable to a Leader/Pastor in the church.

STUDY LOAD 

 10445NAT Diploma of Ministry (Christian Studies) and 10435NAT Advanced Diploma of Christian Ministry and Theology

Applicants indicate by a tick on their Student Application Form their full-time study load.

  • Diploma study is to be completed in 2 years by submitting three subjects each Term (there are 8 Terms for the duration of the course) and completing 480 Work-Based Training hours within the two years.
  • Advanced Diploma full-time study is to be completed in 1 year by submitting three subjects each Term (there are 4 Terms per year) and completing 240 Work-Based Training hours within the year.

10436NAT Graduate Certificate in Christian Ministry and Theology and 10437NAT Graduate Diploma of Christian Ministry and Theology

Applicants indicate by a tick on their Student Application Form their full-time study load.

  • Graduate Certificate is to be completed in 6 months by submitting three subjects and completing the tutorial class each Term (there are 2 Terms for the duration of the course) and completing 120 Work-Based Training hours within the 6 months.
  • Graduate Diploma is to be completed in 6 months by submitting three subjects and completing the tutorial class each Term (there are 2 Terms for the duration of the course) and completing 120 Work-Based Training hours within the 6 months.

 

COURSE FEES

10445NATDiploma of Ministry (Christian Studies)$7,600
10435NATAdvanced Diploma of Christian Ministry & Theology$4,000
10436NATGraduate Certificate in Christian Ministry and Theology

(subject to minimum class sizes)

$2,200
10437NATGraduate Diploma of Christian Ministry and Theology

(subject to minimum class sizes)

$2,200

10445NAT Diploma of Ministry (Christian Studies)

The total cost of the course is $7,600 which is paid in 8 installments of $950. Payment is made in full at the start of each term or by a written financial arrangement agreement.  The Course fees cover the cost of all course materials.  Please note that there are no photocopying or printing services on campus.

 10435NAT Advanced Diploma of Christian Ministry and Theology

The total cost of the course is $4,000 which is paid in 4 installments of $1000. Payment is made in full at the start of each term or by a written financial arrangement agreement.  The Course fees cover the cost of all course materials.  Please note that there are no photocopying or printing services on campus.

10436NAT Graduate Certificate in Christian Ministry and Theology

The total cost of the course is $2,200 which is paid in 2 installments of $1100. Payment is made in full at the start of each term or by a written financial arrangement agreement.  The Course fees cover the cost of all course materials. Please note that there are no photocopying or printing services on campus.

10437NAT Graduate Diploma of Christian Ministry and Theology

The total cost of the course is $2,200 which is paid in 2 installments of $1100. Payment is made in full at the start of each term or by a written financial arrangement agreement. The Course fees cover the cost of all course materials.  Please note that there are no photocopying or printing services on campus.

Course fees can be paid by credit card, direct deposit, cheque, money order or cash in person at our Gold Coast campus.  Direct Deposit payments via branch, phone or internet banking must be referenced with the student’s name and/or student number. Students with unreferenced direct deposits will be considered as not having paid Hope College at all. Outstanding course fees that remain unpaid by the end of week 2 will incur an additional 10% surcharge. If these fees are not paid in full by week 4, the student will be excluded from all classes until all the outstanding fees are paid. Printed course manual or replacement of student card can be obtained for a fee of $30 and $20 each respectively. A standard administration fee of $50 applies to each late document submitted after due dates including late WBT forms, late assessments, late supplementary assessments and late extensions.

CENTRELINK STUDY ALLOWANCE

These courses are Centrelink approved.  You may qualify for Austudy, Youth Allowance,   Abstudy or PES.  For information on your eligibility, contact Centrelink http://www.centrelink.gov.au

STUDENT CONDUCT

Hope College is a Christian college.  All staff and students are encouraged to maintain high ethical standards.  By not meeting the following standards, students may be unable to complete their course.  Any form of cheating is unacceptable, will be investigated by the Principal, and may result in the student being dismissed from the course.

Students are required to practice and maintain a Christian lifestyle and be actively involved in a Christian church.  By the very nature of the award and the responsibility of the student to remain accountable to their local church, it is a  course requirement that students participate in their local church’s services regularly as defined by their Senior Pastor.  This will be validated via a confirmation of church participation on the student’s Work-Based Training Attendance Record, which is signed off by the student’s supervising church leader.  Notification of unsatisfactory church participation will trigger an interview with the Principal to explain the reasons.  If the explanation is considered unjustified the student will receive a warning.  Another lapse in attendance will result in a second and final warning.  A third occurrence will result in immediate expulsion from Hope College.

 GOLD COAST CAMPUS

Students are to bring their own meals.  Tea and coffee are provided by the college.  The kitchen is for staff use only.  Only rostered students may access the area to set-up for student breaks.  Students are not to use any appliances including the fridge and microwaves in the staff kitchen area.  Rostered duties for the setup of the student breaks, will include tables, chairs,  urns for tea and coffee and microwaves for student use.  Students will also be on the cleaning and setup roster, this is organized by the students at the start of each Term.

 ENROLMENT PROCEDURE

Hope College offers course placement based on satisfactory completion of the application process. To enroll any of the courses in this handbook  an applicant must:

  1. Complete and submit to Hope College the following application documents:
  • A completed Student Application Form
  • Signed Student Handbook Declaration Slip
  • Pay $150 non-refundable Application Fee
  • Nominate the current student who introduced you (if applicable)
  1. Give a Pastoral Reference Form to their Pastor asking him or her to complete the form and send to Hope College.
  2. Enclose the following:
  • Short essay giving your reasons for studying this course
  • Provide Hope College with your Unique Student Identifier number (USI).

Login to: http://portal.usi.gov.au/student and follow directions to obtain USI.

Acceptance of enrollment is based on completed and approved application documents, payment of the Application Fee and on the understanding that you have read, understood and will obey the student rules and obligations within this Handbook and have not          deliberately given false or misleading information or withheld personal information pertinent to your ability to complete the course including all WBT requirements. Hope College reserves the right to change or cancel advertised courses, assessors, fees and other such details due to any circumstances beyond our control. Every effort will be made to advise students of changes.

By enrolling in Hope College, you agree to fully pay for the course, complete/submit all required assessments within the required timeframes, participate in Work-Based Training, regularly attend their local church and fulfill student conduct requirements.  Hope College undertakes a duty of care toward its student body to supply all course materials, mark assessments, answer questions, and provide course feedback. Students will be notified of their successful enrolment via a Confirmation of Enrolment Letter.

TIMETABLES

All students will be issued with a syllabus for each subject during the first class of each Term.  It is the student’s responsibility to monitor the course requirements as outlined in the syllabus.  Assessments are issued on the specified dates and late fees will occur if a student fails to submit assessment by the due date.

ADMINISTRATION ACCESS

Students are advised to access the administration office during scheduled breaks (see timetable overview supplied in class at the beginning of each Term).  Students must submit their assessments in the locked assessment boxes at reception during the scheduled breaks.  Students who try and access the administration area during lecture and chapel will be turned away.

ATTENDANCE

Students are encouraged to maintain an 80% minimum attendance rate; failure to comply may affect their enrollment status.

WARNING LETTERS

Hope College will issue a Financial Warning Letter to students who fail to pay their Tuition Fees in full by the first week or by written financial arrangement agreement stating the terms of payment are required in the 1st week of each Term.  Access to course materials will be withheld until payment has been received in full for each Term.

WITHDRAWAL AND REFUNDS

Students may withdraw at any time by advising the Student Registrar in writing/via email. Please note, multiple individual subjects could be linked to a single unit of competency. Students need to be aware that should they withdraw from the course, they may not receive a Statement of Attainment if they have not achieved a full unit of competency. Refunds for any term must be requested in writing/via email to the Student Registrar by the end of the second week of term (Census day). Only on the basis of legitimate dissatisfaction of the course, a complete refund of the fees paid for the current term will be paid. All refunds will be issued to the individual who originally paid the fees. This agreement does not remove the right to take further action under Australia’s Consumer Protection Laws. Refunds will be posted within 30 days.

 DEFERRAL 

With prior approval from Hope College, students may defer their studies and maintain their enrollment status once only once during the course, for a maximum deferral period of one term.

ASSESSMENTS

Assessments will be based on the assessment criteria outlined within the course materials. It is the student’s responsibility to complete and submit all their assessments within the required guidelines and timeframes.

Assessment Timeframes for Full-Time Study Load: Completed assessments for each subject are due as outlined in the subject overviews available from Hope College’s Moodle website on the first day of each term. Assessment instructions are not e-mailed to students. Students need to download their individual assessment instruction PDF files from the website. Also, assessments are submitted at the website and should not be submitted as hard copies into the black assessment box or e-mailed to Hope College. To submit an assessment, students need to firstly ensure that it saved as the “Rich Text Format” or “PDF” type and is not larger than 1 megabyte. Then they must follow the instructions to upload their assessment. Students should not upload the assessment instruction PDF file, as the website already has this. They only have to submit their answers in 1 document only, as only 1 file upload will be accepted. Students must accept the submission statement and click the “submit” button to upload their assessment or it will not be submitted. Their final grade, when marked by the assessor will then be available at this website. Due dates should be strictly adhered to. A $50 late fee applies to each assessment submitted after the due date unless approval has been granted for an extension.

Extensions: Any request for an assessment extension must be applied for prior to the due date, in writing/via email to the Student Registrar. Upon approval, an extension of up to two weeks will be granted. Assessments submitted after the extended due date will incur a $50 administration fee per late assessment. Please note: whether a student has received an assessment extension or not; students must continuing paying course fees as outlined in the student handbook and submit all assessment within the required timeframe.

Supplementary Assessments: Should any assessments submitted by the student be assessed as “Not Yet Satisfactory” the student will need to undertake supplementary assessments and/or provide extra evidence until successful in achieving competency. The student will be issued with a Supplementary Assessment Request Form via Hope College’s Moodle website and will have 30 days from the date on the form to produce the extra evidence.  Evidence submitted after 30 days will incur a $50  administration fee per late assessment.

Assessment Appeals Policy: Students have the right to appeal against an assessment decision with which they are not satisfied. Appeals should be submitted in writing to the Principal within 30 days of receiving notification of your results.  The Principal will conduct a re-assessment in consultation with the assessor.  If the outcome of the appeal does not satisfy the student, a further appeal may be made within 14 days of notification of the result to an independent arbiter who has agreed to conduct appeals without bias.  Contact details are available from the Principal.  Beyond this, an appeal may be lodged with the ASQA Infoline on 1300 701 801 or email complaintsteam@asqa.gov.au.

COURSE PROGRESS

Students who fail to submit all assessment by the end of the term in which they are due will be excluded from all of the next term’s classes until all outstanding assessments and fees are submitted.  Once assessments have been marked by a Hope College assessor students will be issued with results and feedback. Students who fail to successfully attend class and submit assessments for two successive terms will have their enrolment cancelled. If the student still wishes to continue their studies, they need to re-apply and pay all outstanding fees.

TESTAMUR AND RESULTS  

ALL STUDENTS MUST PROVIDE A VALID USI NUMBER TO RECEIVE ANY RESULTS FROM HOPE COLLEGE, NO EXCEPTIONS. Testamur/results will be issued subject to the successful completion of all assessments (including work-based training hours) or achieving recognition of the skills and knowledge required, and the payment of all fees. Students will receive a Testamur or Statement of Attainment within 21 working days of successful completion of the course. Replacements for lost Testamurs or Statement of Attainments can be obtained for a fee of $150 per copy and will be issued within 21 working days.

 

COMPLAINTS AND APPEALS POLICY

 Should students choose to access Hope College’s complaints and appeals processes, their enrollment will be maintained while the complaints and appeals process is ongoing.  Students have the opportunity to formally present their case at minimal or no cost to themselves.  Students may be accompanied and assisted by a support person at any relevant meetings/phone conferencing.

Any complaints and appeals must be lodged in writing to the Principal. The Principal will investigate, assess the situation and take appropriate action within 10 working days of the formal lodgement of the complaint and supporting information.  All reasonable measures will be taken to finalize the process as soon as practicable.  If an appeal regarding the decision is lodged it must be made within 30 days of the complaint being lodged.  If the complaint handling or appeal process results in a decision that supports the student, Hope College will immediately implement any decision and/or corrective and preventative action required, and advise the student of the outcome.

For complaints and appeals related to teaching, assessments, finance, trainers, administration or alleged breach of civil law, the Principal will arrange a meeting/phone conference with the staff member/trainer and the student to discuss the issue and seek to resolve it.  If this approach is not satisfactory, the resolution will be offered through an independent complaints and appeals resolution committee within 14 days consisting of the Principal, an independent person, and the student. Where Hope College considers more than 60 calendar days are required to process and finalize the complaint or appeal, Hope College informs the student in writing, including reasons why more than 60 calendar days are required, and regularly updates the student on the progress of the matter. If the complaints and appeals are not resolved to the student’s satisfaction, they will be referred to the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) or the National Training Complaints Hotline PHONE 13 38 73 www.industry.gov.au or email: skilling@education.gov.au

This dispute resolution process does not prevent a student from exercising their rights to other legal remedies.  If students are concerned about Hope College’s conduct, then they may contact ASQA, who have authority to suspend or cancel the registration of Hope College.

WORKING WITH CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE

 It is the student’s responsibility to obtain a “Blue Card” in QLD or a “Working with Children Check” in NSW before they commence any work-based training that involves contact with children and/or young people. Students outside of NSW and QLD must meet their relevant state/territory government requirements.

WORKING WITH CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE It is the student’s responsibility to obtain a “Blue Card” in QLD or a “Working with Children Check” in NSW before they commence any work-based training that involves contact with children and/or young people. Students outside of NSW and QLD must meet their relevant state/territory government requirements.

ACCESS AND EQUITY Our policy is to ensure equal opportunity and access to all of our courses for all students regardless of gender, race, age, nationality, marital status, physical ability, religion, political or Christian faith convictions.  Responsibilities of Hope College staff for access and equity are provided for in the Hope College Policy and Procedure Manual.  To successfully complete a course, students must fulfill all course requirements including student conduct and work-based training requirements.

CHANGES TO AGREED SERVICES Where there are any changes to agreed services (e.g. new third-party arrangements, change in ownership or changes to existing third-party arrangements), Hope College will advise students as soon as practicable.

COPYRIGHT Under the Copyright Act 1968, copyright owners have exclusive rights to do certain things with their material.  Reproducing copyright material without the copyright owner’s permission will usually be an infringement of copyright.  Exceptions to the infringement include:  Fair  dealing for the purpose of research or study (allows a student or researcher to copy protected materials-copying 10% or one chapter of a published literary, dramatic or musical work of 10 pages or more; and one article from a periodical is deemed fair); Fair dealing for the purpose of criticism or review (allows reviewers to make a fair use of copyright material provided they acknowledge the work); or Library provisions (as a non-profit library, Hope College Library has the right to reproduce or communicate copyright work for a student to be included in their study materials).

 

LEGISLATION  Hope College recognizes its moral and legal responsibility to abide by Commonwealth and State legislation that impacts on its operations. Hope College will exercise and demonstrate due diligence to ensure all relevant legislative obligations are met.  Students are Responsible to abide by the obligations of all relevant legislation. This includes (but is not limited to) Commonwealth WHS,  Discrimination, Copyright and Privacy legislation; and, in Queensland, the WHS Act 2011, Anti-Discrimination Act 1991, Training and Reform Act 2003, Vocational Education, Training & Employment Act 2000 and Commission for Children and Young People and Child Guardian Act 2000. It is necessary for students working in a state/territory other than Queensland to abide by that state/territory’s equivalent legislation.

USE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION All student’s personal information remains confidential.  Personal information will be securely stored and only made available to other employees of Hope College, Centrelink, ASQA and WBT Providers. Students have a right to access and challenge information held on file. Hope College will only release a student’s personal information to bodies or people other than those previously listed, with the student’s written permission.