Assessment (including Examination) Rules for Schools with Consent to Assess 2019

6.6 Breaches of the Rules - Internal Assessment

  1. Schools must have written procedures, based on the principles of natural justice, and fairness, for receiving, investigating and making decisions on reported conduct by a Candidate that might constitute a breach of its rules relating to internal assessment like those outlined in the Breaches of the Rules – External Assessment.
  2. The procedures must include allowing the Candidate:
    • an opportunity to provide an explanation
    • the right of appeal to a designated person
    • clear and fair timelines.
  3. Where a Candidate has been found to have knowingly, fraudulently or unwittingly, breached the rules and the breach undermines the credibility of the assessment, the School must report a "Not Achieved" for the Assessment Standard.
 
 
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