Students Hand Book: Rules, Regulations and ... Students’ Hand Book 6 Rules & Regulations & Assessments

  • View

  • Download

Embed Size (px)

Text of Students Hand Book: Rules, Regulations and ... Students’ Hand Book 6 Rules & Regulations &...

  • Students’ Hand Book: Rules, Regulations and

    Assessments The Centre for Training &

    Projects Development (Pty) Ltd

  • Students’ Hand Book 2 Rules & Regulations & Assessments 2017-Nov2018

    ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS ABE Association of Business Executives BTEC Business and Technology Education Council CILT Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport CIM Chartered Institute of Marketing CIPS Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply CTPD Centre for Training and Development (Pty) Ltd GTZ German Agency for Technical Cooperation: Deutsche

    Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit JICA Japan International Cooperation Agency KfW Group: KfW Bankengruppe – Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau LCCI London Chamber of Commerce and Industry NQA Namibia Qualifications Authority NSFAF Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund NTA Namibia Training Authority NTF Namibia Training Fund NUST Namibia University of Science and Technology Ofqual Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation QA Quality Assurance SADC Southern African Development Community UNESCO-UNEVOC UNESCO-UNEVOC International Centre for Technical and

    Vocational Education and Training VET Vocational Education and Training

  • Students’ Hand Book 3 Rules & Regulations & Assessments 2017-Nov2018


    1.0 Background of CTPD

    The Centre for Training and Project Development (CTPD) started operations with main business activities being the managing consultancy services and capacity building in Windhoek, Namibia in March 2003 under the name Chizu Business Consultants. In 2005, a feasibility study for setting up a centre for professional and vocational studies that would complement the currently offered academic courses in the country was set up. In 2007, the Centre for Professional Studies Division of CTPD was established and in January 2009 the Centre for Training and Projects Development (Pty) Ltd (CTPD) got its own legal status through registration under the Namibian Companies Act 2004. The organization was registered under the name “Centre for Training and Projects Development” to reflect its three core businesses which are: (a) Centre for Professional Studies: This division offers VET Vocational Educational and

    Training) and Professional courses (b) Corporate Training and Events Management Division: This unit specializes in short

    courses, conferences and seminars (c) Management Consultants Division offers Consultancy services such as feasibility studies,

    business plans, projects management, etc.

    CTPD (Pty) Ltd is the Tuition and Examinations organisation for internationally and locally recognized vocational and professional examinations bodies with excellent good standing in their respective countries of origin. In 2010, CTPD was accredited by Namibia Qualifications Authority (NQA) to offer the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) professional qualifications. To date, CTPD is accredited by the following internationally recognized professional and vocational bodies: The Association of Business Executives (ABE), the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM), the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT), the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS), the Pearson Business and Technology Education Council (BTEC), Pearson London Chamber of Commerce & Industry (LCCI) and the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA). CTPD is also registered with the Ministry of Education as a Senior Secondary School and the Namibia Training Authority (NTA). CTPD operates from No. 2 Johan Albrecht Street, Windhoek West, where its Head Office is located. The programmes applied for will be offered at the Main Windhoek Centre, opposite the Northern gate of the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST). 2.0 Founded 2003

    3.0 Geographic Locations for Main Centre and Satellite Centres

    a) 2nd Johan Albrecht Street, Windhoek West, Windhoek (Main Centre) b) Unit 32/33, Etango Complex, Oshakati (Satellite Centre) c) Apex Park unit 21, Smith Lan Street, Swakopmund (Satellite Centre)

  • Students’ Hand Book 4 Rules & Regulations & Assessments 2017-Nov2018

    4.0 Type of Institution Centre for Vocational Educational and Training (VET) and Professional Programs from NQF Levels 2 to 6 5.0 Vision Statement CTPD seeks is to become preferred institution by applying our corporate values and customer philosophies to continuously strengthen our desired role as the first choice providers of excellent, hands-on, efficient and affordable local and internationally recognized vocational, technical and professional qualifications for Namibia and the rest of Southern African Region. 6.0 Mission Statement The mission of CTPD is to provide a world-class, innovative, practical and hands on industry/market required vocational, technical and professional qualifications that underpin value added corporate organizational and personal efficiency, effectiveness and overall productivity while contributing towards realization of the vision of Namibia as well as those other Southern African countries from which we draw students. 7.0 Core Values As a Customer led institution, we endeavor to achieve Excellency by unleashing our full Innovation and Creativity, professionalism traits; taking Responsibility, Accountability and Ownership of our business actions and their outcomes and upholding our Integrity and Trust principles to create and maintain Value Adding Sustainable Stakeholders Relationships that will enhance our Financial Sustainability for the benefit of all our stakeholders.

    9.0 Our Qualifications and Fields of Programmes The Centre specializes into Vocational Professional Certificate and Diploma Programs in the following fields of study:

    Agriculture and Environmental Studies Allied Health and Social Programs Business Accounting & Finance Business Management Computing & Information Technology Construction & the Built Environment Engineering Programs Logistics and Transport Marketing and Creative Media Production Procurement and Supply Secretarial and Administration Travel, Tourism & Hospitality

  • Students’ Hand Book 5 Rules & Regulations & Assessments 2017-Nov2018


    Student Rules and Regulations

    The following is a summary and explanation of the rights, responsibilities, and rules governing student conduct at all the centres of the Centre for Training and Projects Development (Pty) Ltd (CTPD). This statement serves as a general framework and is not intended to provide an exhaustive list of all possible infractions. Students violating any of the institutional rules and regulations are subject to disciplinary action. All sanctions imposed by the student conduct system must be obeyed or additional sanctions may be levied. Please note that these rules and regulations are not a representation or replacement of the external examinations bodies code of conducts, rules and regulations. Students must always comply to rules and regulations of their respective external examinations bodies too. For more about student’s conduct, download policies, procedures and forms in the section above.

    Absenteeism Alcohol and Other Drugs Assault, Endangerment, of Infliction of Physical Harm Avoidance of Study Work Bullying and Intimidation Disorderly Conduct Events and Parties Failure to Comply False Representation Fire Safety Harassment Based on a Protected Class Hazing Insubordination Payment of Fees Punctuality Retaliation and Intimidation Sexual Misconduct including Sexual and Gender-Based Harassment, Stalking and Intimate- Partner Violence Smoking Student Grievance Procedures Student’s obligation towards the Institute Theft and Vandalism Unauthorized Entry or Access Unauthorized Use of Centre Facilities or Services Violation of State Laws Weapons and Fireworks Withdraw/Cancellation

  • Students’ Hand Book 6 Rules & Regulations & Assessments 2017-Nov2018

    Overview Discipline is important in every aspect of life and more so students’ study life in order to be successful. A disciplined person is free of the chaos that people without that skill experience. A disciplined person adheres to and abides by certain rules and norms of the institution. Students shall at all times abide by ALL the CTPD Regulations and that he/she shall be at the Centre’s disciplinary control as from the date on which he/she shall commence studies or attend orientation, during job attachment or register as a student whichever is earliest, until the centre accepts a notice