List of active policies

Name Type User consent
Acceptable Use Policy Site policy All users
Terms and Conditions of Use Site policy All users


Acceptable Use Policy

Full policy recognizes the value of computer and other electronic resources to improve student learning and enhance the administration and operation of its schools. To this end, encourages the responsible use of computers; computer networks, including the Internet; and other electronic resources in support of the mission and goals of and its schools.

Because the Internet is an unregulated, worldwide vehicle for communication, information available to staff and students is impossible to control. Therefore, adopts this policy governing the voluntary use of electronic resources and the Internet in order to provide guidance to individuals and groups obtaining access to these resources on equipment or through organizations. Rights and Responsibilities

It is the policy of the to maintain an environment that promotes ethical and responsible conduct in all online network activities by staff and students. It shall be a violation of this policy for any employee, student, or other individual to engage in any activity that does not conform to the established purpose and general rules and policies of the network. Within this general policy, the recognizes its legal and ethical obligation to protect the well-being of students in its charge. To this end, the retains the following rights and recognizes the following obligations:

1.     To log network use and to monitor fileserver space utilization by users, and assume no responsibility or liability for files deleted due to violation of fileserver space allotments.

2.     To remove a user account on the network.

3.     To monitor the use of online activities. This may include real-time monitoring of network activity and/or maintaining a log of Internet activity for later review.

4.     To provide internal and external controls as appropriate and feasible. Such controls shall include the right to determine who will have access to equipment and, specifically, to exclude those who do not abide by’s acceptable use policy or other policies governing the use of school facilities, equipment, and materials. reserves the right to restrict online destinations through software or other means.

5.     To provide guidelines and make reasonable efforts to train staff and students in acceptable use and policies governing online communications.


Staff Responsibilities

1.     Staff members who supervise students, control electronic equipment, or otherwise have occasion to observe student use of said equipment online shall make reasonable efforts to monitor the use of this equipment to assure that it conforms to the mission and goals of the

2.     Staff should make reasonable efforts to become familiar with the Internet and its use so that effective monitoring, instruction, and assistance may be achieved.


User Responsibilities

1.     Use of the electronic media provided by is a privilege that offers a wealth of information and resources for research. Where it is available, this resource is offered to staff, students, and other patrons at no cost. In order to maintain the privilege, users agree to learn and comply with all of the provisions of this policy.


Acceptable Use

1.     All use of the Internet must be in support of educational and research objectives consistent with the mission and objectives of

2.     Proper codes of conduct in electronic communication must be used. In news groups, giving out personal information is inappropriate. When using e-mail, extreme caution must always be taken in revealing any information of a personal nature.

3.     Network accounts are to be used only by the authorized owner of the account for the authorized purpose.

4.     All communications and information accessible via the network should be assumed to be private property.

5.     Subscriptions to mailing lists and bulletin boards must be reported to the system administrator. Prior approval for such subscriptions is required for students and staff.

6.     Mailing list subscriptions will be monitored and maintained, and files will be deleted from the personal mail directories to avoid excessive use of fileserver hard-disk space.

7.     Exhibit exemplary behaviour on the network as a representative of your school and community. Be polite!

8.     From time to time, the will make determinations on whether specific uses of the network are consistent with the acceptable use practice.


Unacceptable Use

1.     Giving out personal information about another person, including home address and phone number, is strictly prohibited.

2.     Any use of the network for commercial or for-profit purposes is prohibited.

3.     Excessive use of the network for personal business shall be cause for disciplinary action.

4.     Any use of the network for product advertisement or political lobbying is prohibited.

5.     Users shall not intentionally seek information on, obtain copies of, or modify files, other data, or passwords belonging to other users, or misrepresent other users on the network.

6.     No use of the network shall serve to disrupt the use of the network by others. Hardware and/or software shall not be destroyed, modified, or abused in any way.

7.     Malicious use of the network to develop programs that harass other users or infiltrate a computer or computing system and/or damage the software components of a computer or computing system is prohibited.

8.     Hate mail, chain letters, harassment, discriminatory remarks, and other antisocial behaviours are prohibited on the network.

9.     The unauthorized installation of any software, including shareware and freeware, for use on computers are prohibited.

10.   Use of the network to access or process pornographic material, inappropriate text files (as determined by the system administrator or building administrator), or files dangerous to the integrity of the local area network is prohibited.

11. network may not be used for downloading entertainment software or other files not related to the mission and objectives of for transfer to a user's home computer, personal computer, or other media. This prohibition pertains to freeware, shareware, copyrighted commercial and non-commercial software, and all other forms of software and files not directly related to the instructional and administrative purposes of

12.   Downloading, copying, otherwise duplicating, and/or distributing copyrighted materials without the specific written permission of the copyright owner is prohibited, except that duplication and/or distribution of materials for educational purposes is permitted when such duplication and/or distribution would fall within the Fair Use Designs and Patents Act 1988 UK.

13.   Use of the network for any unlawful purpose is prohibited.

14.   Use of profanity, obscenity, racist terms, or other language that may be offensive to another user is prohibited.

15.   Establishing network or Internet connections to live communications, including voice and/or video (relay chat), is prohibited unless specifically authorized by the system administrator.



1. cannot be held accountable for the information that is retrieved via the network.

2.     Pursuant to the Electronic Communications Privacy, section 7 of the Telecommunications Act 1984 notice is hereby given that there are no facilities provided by this system for sending or receiving private or confidential electronic communications. System administrators have access to all mail and will monitor messages. Messages relating to or in support of illegal activities will be reported to the appropriate authorities.

3. will not be responsible for any damages you may suffer, including loss of data resulting from delays, non-deliveries, or service interruptions caused by our own negligence or your errors or omissions. Use of any information obtained is at your own risk.

4. makes no warranties (expressed or implied) with respect to:

·             the content of any advice or information received by a user, or any costs or charges incurred as a result of seeing or accepting any information; and

·             any costs, liability, or damages caused by the way the user chooses to use his or her access to the network.

5. reserves the right to change its policies and rules at any time.


Electronic Mail Policy

User Responsibilities

These guidelines are intended to help you make the best use of the electronic mail facilities at your disposal. You should understand the following:

1.     The agency provides electronic mail via its e-learning platform to students to enable them to communicate effectively and efficiently with other students or lecturers.

2.     When using the agency's electronic mail facilities, you should comply with the following guidelines.

3.     If you are in any doubt about an issue affecting the use of electronic mail, you should consult

4.     Any breach of the agency's Electronic Mail Policy may lead to disciplinary action.


1.      Do check your electronic mail daily to see if you have any messages.

2.     Do include a meaningful subject line in your message.

3.     Do check the address line before sending a message and confirm you are sending it to the right person.

4.     Do delete electronic mail messages when they are no longer required.

5.     Do respect the legal protections to data and software provided by copyrights and licenses.

6.     Do take care not to express views that could be regarded as defamatory or libellous.


1.     Do not print electronic mail messages unless absolutely necessary.

2.     Do not expect an immediate reply; recipients might not be at their computer or could be too busy to reply straight away.

3.     Do not forward electronic mail messages sent to you personally to others, particularly newsgroups or mailing lists, without the permission of the originator.

4.     Do not use electronic mail for personal reasons.

5.     Do not send excessively large electronic mail messages or attachments.

6.     Do not send unnecessary messages such as festive greetings or other non-work items by electronic mail, particularly to multiple people.

7.     Do not participate in chain or pyramid messages or similar schemes.

8.     Do not represent yourself as another person.

9.     Do not use electronic mail to send or forward material that could be construed as confidential, political, obscene, threatening, offensive, or libellous.

Please note the following:

1.     All electronic mail activity is monitored and logged.

2.    All electronic mail coming into or leaving the organization is scanned for viruses.

3.    All the content of electronic mail is scanned for offensive material.





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About your Course:


Each course consists of various sections which will assist you in the completion of your module.

Each course has

·         A Pre-recorded video with interactive questions

·         A live session which is available on the day and time published on The Institution’s Global website. All Live classes are 1.5 Hours

·         Discussion Forums

·         Question and Answer sections

·         An Assessment block which shows the date and time of your assessments

·         A free E-library which students have access to

·         A Course outline at the top of the module

·         A guideline tab which shows users how to use the platform


Important Notes:

·         The Institution is not responsible for providing software or hardware to students (Guidelines on where to access and how to install all required software would be provided)

·         The Institution does not provide technical support for personal hardware /software

·         All technical support MUST be sent via email to


Assessments & Examinations:

1.    All assessment/examination related requests or queries must be submitted via email to the examinations department using the following email –

2.   End of semester grades are approved two (2) weeks after the close off date of the final assessment/exam.

3.   If an assessment submission or examination was missed for some reason, valid evidence must be submitted to be approved for any deferred examination/assignments. If you are aware you cannot sit an examination on the published date(s) please submit an email no later than 1 week before the assessment date with supporting documentation. Approvals are granted on a case-by-case basis and not automatically granted by submission of a request.

4.  Once you begin an examination the countdown timer will continue even if you close off the exam browser.


Interactive Videos:

1.   All videos with interactive questions can be redone as many times as you choose over the semester. The last attempt will be saved as your mark for that session video.

2.   Press the STAR at the end of the video and click submit on the screen that opens, to submit your answers. Marks will not be saved until this is done.

3.   Interactive videos must be viewed before you can access the following live class session.


Discussion Questions:

1.   Discussion questions must be completed in each session in order to access the following session.


Live Sessions


1.   Live sessions require a fully functional and fully updated browser using either desktop /tablet/mobile phone.

2.  A stable internet connection is required to view all videos, attempt examinations and upload assignments.

3.  Using public wi-fi e.g coffee shops, malls or your next-door neighbor’s Wi-Fi are not reliable sources of internet connectivity for e-learning.

4.   Live sessions are ONLY for discussion of matters relevant to the topic of the day OR questions asked by the lecturer.

5.   Students will be removed from the live session if they do not follow the session rules and are disruptive. Students who persist with disrupting classes, use of obscene language, or displays disrespectful behavior towards lecturers or The Institution’s staff will be subject to disciplinary action by the institution.

6.   Live sessions are recorded and can be viewed later at your convenience


E-Learning Platform Use:

All content on The Institution’s eLearning site remains the property of The Institution

Students do not have permission to:

·         Record /Screen Shot /Screen record or download all live & pre-recorded videos.

·         All content remains the property of the original publishers and cannot be reproduced, edited, or distributed without written permission from the School of Practical Accounting and the original content creators.


Financial Standing:

The Institution offers very flexible payment structures; many students benefit from our payment plans.

To be in good financial standing, all fees inclusive of tuition fees, examination/award fees and any miscellaneous fees must be up to date. Unfortunately, at times some persons may not be in a financial position to meet their monthly/weekly obligations to The Institution. This is understandable and The Institution will always work with students who are willing to work with us to resolve such financial matters.


Persons who are delinquent with monthly or weekly payments and did not contact The Institution’s administration about their financial standing will:

·         Have their accounts suspended until such time they are given clearance by administration to resume classes

·         Will not be allowed to sit final examinations or submit final assessments

·         Will not be provided with transcripts, letters of completion or recommendations

·         Will not be allowed to register for new courses

·         Will not receive certificates


Examination Fees/Award Fees:

All examination or award fees must be paid in the currency specified by the Examination or Awarding body.