Personal information may be collected and disclosed to relevant VET regulatory bodies which may include veriﬁcation of a student’s previous qualiﬁcation, NCVER, Commonwealth and State Agencies and Department of Education. Commonwealth and State government agencies will be granted access to enrolment information as requested for speciﬁc purposes.
Privacy provisions set out how WSC will collect, use, keep, secure and disclose personal information that it has obtained. This also gives the individual or students the right to know that information WSC holds about them and establishes a right to correct that information if it is incorrect.
Training and Assessment
Wall Street College will provide high quality training resources (human and physical) to ensure that the student enrolled in a course of study will have the best possible chance of completing the competency requirements with reasonable support and in a timely manner. Wall Street College (WSC) commits to follow the policies, procedures and other commitments made in the Student Handbook and all other documented WSC policies and procedures.
Issue of Certiﬁcates
On successful completion of all course work and assessment, and full payment of the course fee, if applicable, Wall Street College will issue you appropriate transcripts and Qualiﬁcation Certiﬁcate.
Assessment for each unit of competence includes a range of approaches to allow students a number of diﬀerent ways to demonstrate competence. Assessment will include practical demonstration of competence, written questions, case study, written reports, participation in role-plays and classroom activities.
Students will have opportunity to undertake two supplementary assessments in each unit for which they have been deemed Not Yet Competent (NYC). All reassessment procedures will be provided to students at no charges.