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The Community College will be a vibrant educational organisation, at the forefront of meeting the changing needs of our community in a flexible, innovative and positive way.
To respond to the learning needs of different communities in a positive manner.
We believe that learning is intrinsically valuable and that it:
The Community College is committed to high quality service and continuous improvement, through its focus on:
The following are the uniting values that AWCC staff agree to abide by
I will make every effort to keep current with other organisational programs and services.
I will seek to communicate with those who can inform me and I will make it my task to actively listen to others.
I will treat other staff with respect and empathy, acknowledge their contributions, and build on our individual relationships.
I will consider the student’s or customer’s view before I act.
I will respect the feelings, rights and differences of others. I will provide the best information I can.
If I can assist, I will.
I will act in an inclusive manner.
I will commit myself to the purpose of the organisation.
I will test that the things I do, are compatible with the Vision and Mission of the Community College.
I will do the things that I have agreed will be done.
I will be true to myself, other staff and the organisation.
I will strive to be successful.
I will acknowledge when I am wrong, and learn from my mistakes.
I will continually learn, improving my performance.
I will consider the full range of facts before I make a decision.
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 complete the Complaints and Appeals Form and deliver it via:
Email: Reception at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mail: Albury Wodonga Community College, PO Box 129, WODONGA, VIC, 3689
In person: Please deliver to the Reception desk at Albury Wodonga Community College, 63 High Street WODONGA