Student Conduct provides help and advice on Fitness to Practise procedures, documentation, and legislation.
The University recognises that academic success in these programmes of study does not necessarily mean a person meets the professional standards of conduct required by that award.
When registering for a programme of study subject to Fitness to Practise legislation, students have to sign a programme-specific Code of Professional Conduct and Fitness to Practise. All programmes subject to Fitness to Practise legislation must be clearly advertised as being so.
Guidance documents for staff - All cohorts
Guidance documents - health concerns
Guidance documents - investigations
Guidance documents - College Fitness to Practise Committee
Guidance documents - 2017-18 cohort
Guidance documents - 2018-19 cohort
Guidance documents - 2019-20 cohort
Template letters - All cohorts
Template letters - 2016-17 cohort
Template letters - 2017-18, 2018-19 and 2019-20 cohorts
If you cannot find what you need, please contact Student Conduct as we may be able to assist you.
Template letters for suspending a student
The following templates are available directly from Student Conduct:
- Suspension from placements letter (to student)
- Suspension from placements memo for Head of College
- Suspension letters on the grounds of misconduct
- Suspension letters on the grounds of concerns about health and wellbeing
A template Investigating Officer's Report is also available directly from Student Conduct.
If you need some further advice or assistance, please contact the Student Conduct on ext 42741 or email: email@example.com