The award is the statement of working conditions agreed upon by an employer and employees. It doesn't only cover wage rates but also holidays, long service leave, sick leave, class sizes for teachers in teaching awards, extra responsibilities etc.whats "the award"
My understanding of this is that the BOS leaves it up to the schools because of the statements about how good a student needs to be to do an extension course. This comment is based on what I have been told by more senior staff at my school on this issue where they have told me that we can set minimum requirements for students to enter an extension course so even if one is running and it isn't full, if we refuse entry to a student it would have to be on the basis of provable inability to cope with the course.got any evidence? from website or anything?
I think you do, just say whoever is in charge that you got over the bench mark for the extension course and you can obviously do the subject well. It happened to me last year. I wanted to do Advance and the two requirements was a high band 4 in the SC and 75% in the coursework mark in your report. I got about two marks off from a band 5 but my coursework wasn't there. But when I put in Advance they told me it was "too hard".again how sure are you?
At the begining of the year they are like people who get over 80% can get in. If i get over 80% and am rejected then do i have a valid complaint?