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- Cabcharge ProcedureThese procedures support the management and use of Cabcharge Taxi eTickets.
- Casual Staff Time and Attendance PolicyThis policy outlines the University's requirements for casual professional, academic and teaching staff to record their hours of work and any associated claims for overtime to enable the correct payment of wages in accordance with the relevant Enterprise Agreement.
- Casual Staff Time and Attendance ProcedureThis procedure outlines the steps required of casual staff to record their hours of work.
- Chancellor Installation Ceremony ProcedureThis procedure outlines the Chancellor installation ceremony.
- Chancellor Selection ProcedureThis procedure provides a framework for the appointment of the Chancellor.
- Child Safety and Wellbeing PolicyThis Policy demonstrates and establishes the University's commitment to the safety and wellbeing of children and young people, and establishes obligations for our leaders, staff and volunteers to act ethically towards children in ensuring their safety and wellbeing; and connects to the University's framework of policy and procedures that ensure children’s safety and wellbeing.
- Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) PolicyThis Policy establishes the principles for installation and use of CCTV by the University.
- Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) ProcedureThis procedure supports the UON Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Policy.
- Code for the Protection of Freedom of Speech and Academic FreedomThis code seeks to ensure that the freedom of lawful speech and academic freedom for staff and students of the University, and visitors to the University, are not restricted or unnecessarily burdened.
- Code of ConductThis code applies to students, staff, conjoints, volunteers, University Council members and external members of University committees, who are to act consistently with these Code of Conduct values and comply with the code in their studies, the performance of their duties and in their endeavours.
- Code of Ethical Academic Conduct PolicyThis document is intended to clarify and reinforce the University's obligations and responsibilities at law, and is one of the statements of good practice observed by the University in addressing teaching and learning and the academic behaviour of its staff and students.
- Code of Practice for Higher Degree by Research CandidatureThe principal purpose of the code of practice is to ensure that supervisors, their respective academic units and Faculties, and the higher degree by research candidates, are aware and clear about their minimum responsibilities, the responsibilities of each other and of the University.
- Collaborative Research ProcedureThis guideline outlines human and animal ethics considerations where a member of the staff of the University of Newcastle is the Chief Investigator on a research project involving human participants or animals, and which involves collaboration with researchers from other institutions.
- Complaint Management PolicyThis policy outlines the UON commitment to complaints management.
- Complaint Management ProcedureThis procedure supports the Complaint Management Policy and must be read in conjunction with those documents.
- Compliance Management FrameworkThis framework sets out the process for integrating compliance into operations, to assist in understanding actions to support compliance practices, providing efficient and effective compliance controls and to ensure that compliance requirements can be met without duplication of effort.
- Compliance Management PolicyThis policy sets out the University’s commitment to compliance management and outlines key roles and responsibilities.
- Conflict of Interest for Higher Degree by Research Supervisors GuidelineThis guideline is to assist staff involved in supervising Higher Degree by Research candidates to manage potential conflicts of interest between supervision of a candidate in the workplace and in the context of their candidature.
- Conflict of Interest PolicyThe objective of this Policy is to help employees and others engaged in University business to identify, disclose and manage actual, reasonably perceived or potential conflicts of interest between their interests and their University duty or responsibilities.
- Conflict of Interest ProcedureThis outlines the steps required for conflicts of interest.
- Controlled Entity Dividend GuidelineThis guideline applies to all controlled entities of the University whose corporate structure enables them to pay a dividend.
- Copyright Compliance GuidelinesThis Guideline outlines the University's requirements for compliance with the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) and its associated regulations.
- Copyright Compliance PolicyThis is the University's policy regarding compliance with Copyright legislation.
- Council CharterThis Charter sets out the role and responsibilities of the Council and its members, responsibilities delegated to committees or to management, as well as the membership and the operation of the Council.
- Council Members Professional Development Program GuidelineThis guideline supports the professional development of Council Members consistent with their duties and responsibilities as set out in the University of Newcastle Act 1989 (the Act) and the Council Charter
- Course Management and Assessment ManualThis manual is designed to provide clear and concise directions for staff and students of the University when designing, managing and reviewing courses and assessment.
- Coursework Professional Doctorates GuidelinesThese guidelines are to be read in conjunction with the Rules Governing Professional Doctorates and provide detail not specifically covered in the Rules.
- Coursework Scholarships PolicyThis policy outlines how the University will administer and govern scholarships for coursework students.
- Coursework Scholarships ProcedureThis procedure sets out how the University will establish, award and manage scholarships.