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To be a vibrant educational organisation, at the forefront of meeting the changing needs of our community, in flexible, innovative and proactive ways.
To respond to the learning needs of Australian communities in a positive manner, underpinned by strong corporate governance and financial management.
All programs of the Albury Wodonga Community College, including Indie School(s), recognise, support and promote the principles and practice of Australian democracy in our teaching approach, including a commitment to:
We treat everyone with respect and dignity regardless of their background and abilities, fostering a harmonious and cohesive environment.
We are responsible to opportunities for innovation and strive to work in ways to better serve individuals.
Continually learn, improve and inspire others to grow and succeed.
We encourage teamwork and collaborative efforts where everyone feels connected and valued in working towards a common vision.
Where State or Commonwealth funding supports training, AWCC is obliged to submit personal and progress details for research, statistical analysis, program evaluation, post completion survey and internal management purposes.
AWCC does not share, rent, or sell personal information provided to them. The confidentiality of the information collected is protected under the Commonwealth, Victorian, New South Wales, Tasmania and South Australia Privacy Acts (Privacy Act 1988; Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998 No 133; Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014; Personal Information Protection Act 2004). If AWCC is required to disclose information about students to a third party, a written consent from the student must be obtained (ie editorial, photos for advertising or any other purposes, etc)..
We recognise that grievances can arise from time to time and believe that the quick settlement of these matters is in the best interest of all parties concerned. Student Appeals are also welcome if you feel you have justifiable reasons/evidence for your coursework to be re-examined against your Trainer and Assessor's original assessment decision. We document complaints and may use a complaint as an opportunity for continuous improvement. There is a detailed process in our Student Handbook and Staff Handbook advising staff and students how they can make a complaint or an appeal. We also recognise that a member of the general public may wish to make a complaint, if so, please follow the process within the Complaints and Appeals Policy and notify the College via:
Mail: Attention Human Resources, Albury Wodonga Community College, PO Box 129, Wodonga, VIC, 3689
In person: Please address "Attention Human Resources" and deliver to the Community College reception, 63 High Street Wodonga.