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This policy applies to the appointment of casual academic and professional staff at UNE. It does not apply to student casuals.
These Procedures provide guidance on the application of the Casual Staff Appointments Policy.
Protocol for Change of School Name
Changes to Discipline Titles
Changing the unit delivery mode after the start of enrolment
These procedures outline the steps the University will undertake when an account becomes overdue.
The purpose of this Rule is to provide a framework under which the University can ensure the financial viability and the efficient functioning of its child care services.
This policy relates to the protection of children from any type of exploitation and abuse in the delivery of these activities (whether delivery is virtual, online or in person) and recognises that exploitation and abuse is met with disciplinary and commercial sanctions as well as criminal penalties under Australian law (and where it applies, under extra-territorial laws).
These procedures provide a framework to operationalise the Child Protection Policy, which advocates the University's intolerance of any act of child abuse or exploitation.
These guidelines detail the nature and purpose of clinical loadings applicable to medical and dental staff and explain the eligibility criteria and loadings applicable for payment.
This rule establishes the requirements in regards to the installation and approval for use of CCTV on UNE property.
The Code of Conduct (the Code) establishes principles to be applied by all UNE Representatives in their activities and behaviour. As the University is a public sector entity, University Representatives are expected to serve the public interest and promote our organisational culture which is founded on our University values, outlined in our strategic plan.
The Code of Conduct for Research (UNECCR) is a framework for high quality research practices, for the guidance and protection of individual researchers (staff and students) and to outline the processes for dealing with research misconduct. The UNECCR is based on the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research 2007 (ACRCR).
Council members are required to behave ethically, in keeping with Part 4A and Schedule 2A of the UNE Act. In addition, this Policy outlines the duties of council members in respect of conflict of interest; maintenance of confidentiality; public comment; liabilities; and application of the Code of Conduct Rule.
This Rule covers formal research collaborations between staff at UNE and staff at other institutions.
The University engages in Commercial Activities from time to time to support the University's object. The University's object is the promotion, within the limits of the University's resources, of scholarship, research, free inquiry, the interaction of research and teaching, and academic excellence. This Rule and any procedures made under it, constitute the University's commercial activities guidelines for the purposes of Section 21B of the UNE Act.
This policy outlines the official communications mechanisms used by the University to communicate official notices and other communication and covers printed communications (mail outs) as well as electronic communication through email, a web portal or UNE's website.
The procedure to implement the Communication Policy.
These procedures are for the guidance of UNE Representatives in the implementation of the Compliance Rule and must be read in conjunction with that Rule.
The purpose of this Rule is to ensure the University's business is conducted in accordance with its compliance requirements and commitments, and managed in a uniform way within the compliance management system.
Conferring Awards Posthumously Coursework Policy
Conferring Awards Posthumously Coursework Procedures
This policy regulates Conflicts of Interest involving UNE Representatives. Conflicts of Interest involving UNE Representatives must be appropriately disclosed and managed.
This procedure provides guidance on how the Conflicts of Interests policy should be applied in the course of carrying out official duties.
The Constitution of Council and Rules regarding Council members.
These guidelines have been made to supplement the Controlled Entity Rules and provide guidance, administrative details and procedures in relation to those rules.
This purpose of this Rule is to set out the Council's requirements of controlled entities to ensure the Council can fulfil its obligations under the UNE Act.
This Policy is intended to: -provide a clear statement to employees, students and other members of the University community of their obligations with respect to copyright; -encourage legitimate uses of copyright works; -mandate responsibilities and processes regarding the use of copyright works; -minimise the risks associated with the improper use of copyright works; -demonstrate a commitment by the University and its highest level managers to a compliance culture.
Core and Prescribed 100 level Units Offered in Trimester 3 - option for Three 100 level Units in a Major
Corporate Risk Management Framework
This Rule outlines the University of New England's commitment to corporate risk management, recognising that managing corporate risk is an integral part of good governance and achieving strategic and operational objectives. The Rule is based on ISO 31000:2009 Risk Management Principles and Guidelines and facilitates achieving compliance requirements set out in the UNE Act and Threshold Standards.
The University's Corporate Website Management (CWM) Policy addresses online representations of the University, its staff and partners within the context of its web pages. As a public representation of the University, it is necessary that all online content maintain a consistent, appropriate and effective presence for the organisation's external market while fulfilling the requirements of government regulations and meeting the needs of internal stakeholders.
These procedures provide a framework to operationalise UNE's Corporate Website Management Policy, which has been developed to ensure consistency of brand, effectiveness of message and content style within the context of the University's webpages. The procedures outline the framework for webpage approval and the relationship between levels of web authors and editors at UNE, as well as providing links and information about supporting documentation developed to assist authors in the step-by-step development of their webpages.
Council Documents require amendment from time to time to update terminology and correct typographical and grammatical errors that have been identified. It is not efficient to have such minor changes approved by Council each time, and the task is delegated to the University Secretary under this Rule.
These Procedures outline the implementation of the Course Approval Rule and must be read in conjunction with that Rule.
This Rule provides a framework for the approval, amendment and withdrawal of all coursework programs offered by the University of New England.
Course Coordinator Policy
Course Coordinator Procedures
(1) These procedures provide for the implementation of the Course Progression Rule, and must be read in conjunction with that Rule. (2) These procedures articulate the University’s practices as they apply to Student visa holders in compliance with the ESOS Act 2000 and the National Code 2007.
This Rule provides a framework for: a. the requirements for satisfactory progress of Students enrolled in undergraduate and postgraduate coursework courses; b. monitoring and managing the progression of Students against these requirements; and c. sets clear responsibilities for academic progression decisions and processes.
This document sets out the procedures for University Credit Cards (UCC) and outlines obligations to ensure consistent and appropriate use of University Credit Cards (UCCs).It defines the allocation and use of all UCCs issued by UNE.
Credit Point and Student Workload Policy
Cultural Diversity and the UNE
Cultural Diversity Priority Statement
Cyberethics @ UNE Guidelines for Students on Online Behaviour