Site Policy

Site Policy


In compiling the information contained on, and accessed through, this website ("Information") TAFE NSW has used its best endeavours to ensure that the Information is correct and current at the time of publication but takes no responsibility for any error, omission or defect therein. To the extent permitted by law, TAFE NSW and its employees, agents and consultants exclude all liability for any loss or damage (including indirect, special or consequential loss or damage) arising from the use of, or reliance on, the Information whether or not caused by any negligent act or omission. If any law prohibits the exclusion of such liability, TAFE NSW limits its liability to the extent permitted by law, to the re-supply of the Information.

Copyright Notice

This website and its contents are subject to copyright under the laws of Australia and, through international treaties, other countries. The copyright is owned by TAFE NSW, or in the case of some materials, third parties. You may view this website and its contents using your web browser and save an electronic copy, or print out a copy, of parts of this website solely for your own information, research or study: but only if you (a) do not modify the copy from how it appears on TAFE NSW's website; and (b) include the copyright notice "© and Trademark ™ TAFE NSW 2011" on the copy. You must not reproduce, transmit (including broadcast), adapt or otherwise exercise the copyright in the whole or any part of this website for any other purpose except as expressly permitted by a current Links Agreement, by statute or with TAFE NSW's prior written consent.

Trademark notice and TAFE NSW's name

This site includes registered trademarks and trademarks that are the subject of pending applications or which are otherwise protected by law including, but not limited to the word TAFE NSW and the TAFE NSW logo. Unless otherwise indicated, they are owned by TAFE NSW in Australia and may be the subject of rights in other countries. You may not use TAFE NSW's trademarks or the name TAFE NSW except (1) by saving, or printing out, a copy of TAFE NSW's website as permitted by the Copyright notice; (2) as permitted by a current Links Agreement; or (3) otherwise with TAFE NSW's prior written consent.

Third party sites

This website contains links to third party sites. TAFE NSW is not responsible for the condition or the content of those sites as they are not under TAFE NSW's control. The link(s) are provided solely for your convenience and do not indicate, expressly or impliedly, any endorsement of the site(s) or the products or services provided there. You access those sites and use their products and services solely at your own risk.

Use of information

Any information, ideas, concepts, know-how or techniques provided by, or obtained from, you or your use of TAFE NSW's website shall be deemed to be non-confidential and TAFE NSW shall be free to reproduce, use, disclose and distribute the information to others without limitation.

Applicable law

This website (excluding any linked third party sites) is controlled by TAFE NSW through the Department of Education and Training from its offices at 35 Bridge Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000. By accessing this site, you accept that any disputes about this website or its contents are to be determined by the courts having jurisdiction in New South Wales in accordance with the laws in force in New South Wales (except any principle of conflict of laws inconsistent with this requirement).

This website may be accessed throughout Australia and overseas. TAFE NSW makes no representation that the content of this website complies with the laws (including intellectual property laws) of any country outside Australia. If you access this site from outside Australia, you do so on your own responsibility and are responsible for ensuring compliance with all laws in the place where you are located.

Anti Bullying and Harassment Policy

North Coast TAFE is committed to providing a learning and working environment where everyone is treated fairly equitably with respect. If you experience behaviour that is: Unwelcome, unfair, hurtful, offensive or intimidating .. you do not have to put up with it! Let's stop it ... Altogether!

Your responsibilities

Treat all people fairly and with respect and speak up about harassment or bullying if you experience it.

This is what you do about harassment and bullying:

  • tell the person(s) that you want the behaviour to stop
  • make a formal complaint
  • talk to any of the following people about it - they will help you: your teacher, head teacher, counsellors, disabilities consultants, Aboriginal co-ordinators.

Respecting others online

Any inappropriate behaviour and messaging on NCTAFE online courses is unacceptable. All inappropriate behaviour will result in a warning email and notification to the teacher. If ignored, the account will be blocked and the breach of policy escalated to the director of North Coast TAFE.

Last modified: Tuesday, 9 July 2013, 10:27 AM