Student-centred principles for educational providers with overseas students
In this article, we are discussing the top 10 student-centred principles that every educational provider must implement for the welfare and support of International students.
- Educational provider must develop a thorough and well-planned risk management plan, framework according to The Australian and New Zealand Risk Management Standard AS/NZS 4360:2004 and regulatory standards and requirements.
- Quality Management System (QMS) and risk management should be included in the ongoing planning processes and committee meetings.
- Document policies and procedures to ensure students have adequate support to enrol and complete their Australian studies. Make sure you do what you say!
- The student enrolment processes must follow regulatory standards and guidelines.
- The Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) requirements are strictly followed through
- Institutions have their own English-language tests to identify LLN needs of the students.
- Only the eligible students are enrolled in the Australian qualifications.
- Australian institutes are providing coaching and mentoring facilities to its students.
- Universities, as registered providers, should regularly review their contractual relationships with private providers to identify and mitigate the risks.
- The independent audits must have been conducted by the experts to ensure organisations comply with all the regulatory requirements and legislative guidelines.