APO Arts Academy is committed to offering training to people from a wide variety of backgrounds. Entry is by audition and interview. The process is designed to investigate a candidate’s current and potential abilities, and their suitability for a career in the profession.
CODE OF PRACTICE
ACCESS & EQUITY
As part of our Code Of Practice, students enjoy the benefits of a faculty dedicated to the welfare and education of each student, an established process for the resolution of grievances and generally accepted safe dance practice, regardless of culture, gender, location, sexuality or age. All students have the right to education in an environment free of discrimination, harassment and injustice.
LANGUAGE, LITERACY & NUMERACY ASSESSMENT
Lecturers deliver courses at a level of complexity comparable with the workplace and incorporate materials, resources and assessment tasks consistent with achieving this. Accordingly the standard of literacy and numeracy skills incorporated in the delivery and assessment of the courses are relevant to both the course and the workplace.
FLEXIBLE LEARNING & ASSESSMENT
We are committed to providing a flexible and equitable process for learning and assessment in the delivery of our training.
WELFARE & GUIDANCE
Students’ results and qualifications are issued in a timely manner and in accordance with national guidelines. Student records are documented, kept confidential and securely archived and may be accessed on request in writing. Administration staff will undertake to provide students with guidance if appropriate and relevant to the Course or their training. In some cases, students may be referred to other individuals or organisations, including qualified professionals who may provide more appropriate guidance or assistance in the circumstances.
In brief, we will not disclose any information that we gather about you to any third party. We use the information collected only for services that we provide and the information is shared with other organisations for commercial purposes unless otherwise stated. If a third party requests information about you, we will obtain your written consent prior to the release of any information.
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY POLICY
We are committed to providing students, staff, contractors and visitors with a safe environment for work and study. APO strives through a process of continuous improvement to fully integrate health and safety into all facets of its training activities. We promote Safe Dance practice based on effective communication, risk identification, assessment and control of hazards.
APO is committed to promoting equal opportunity through established policies and procedures, eliminating discrimination and harassment and providing an effective procedure for redress. Those policies and procedures aim to promote fairness and equality and avoid unfair discrimination on the basis of gender, race, nationality, ethnic origin, marital status, religion, political belief, sexual preference, age or othernon-relevant attribute.