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Office of Student Conduct, Complaints and Appeals course timetable

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Wed 27 Sep – Wed 8 May 2024

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September 2023

Wed 27
Investigating and sanctioning academic misconduct new [Places] 09:30 - 10:30 Student Services Centre, Exams Hall, Room AG03a

This session provides an overview of the responsibilities of the Chairs of Examiners, Senior Examiners, Chairs of Degree Committee or delegates in investigating suspected academic misconduct and sanctioning academic misconduct where found.

This session familiarises staff with the changes to investigating and sanctioning academic misconduct being implemented for assessment submissions from 1 October 2023 onwards. A written guide and templates is available at: www.studentcomplaints.admin.cam.ac.uk/files/examiners_academic_misconduct_guidance_-_oct_23.pdf.

October 2023

Thu 19
Responding to disclosures of sexual violence in the Collegiate University new [Places] 09:30 - 12:30 New Wing Seminar Room, Second Floor, Student Services Centre, Bene't Street, CB2 3PT

This session aims to provide an understanding of the prevalence, myths and stereotypes surrounding sexual violence as a background to learn the skills to appropriately respond to disclosures from students and others.

There will be a focus on the practicalities of dealing with someone in distress, what to do in the event of being a first point of disclosure, what questions to ask and what to record. The session will also discuss how to think about risk and will provide an outline of the support and the University and police reporting options available.

Wed 25
Investigating and sanctioning academic misconduct new [Places] 09:30 - 10:30 Student Services Centre, Exams Hall, Room AG03c

This session provides an overview of the responsibilities of the Chairs of Examiners, Senior Examiners, Chairs of Degree Committee or delegates in investigating suspected academic misconduct and sanctioning academic misconduct where found.

This session familiarises staff with the changes to investigating and sanctioning academic misconduct being implemented for assessment submissions from 1 October 2023 onwards. A written guide and templates is available at: www.studentcomplaints.admin.cam.ac.uk/files/examiners_academic_misconduct_guidance_-_oct_23.pdf.

Briefing on Student Discipline Procedure (revised procedure from 1 Oct 2023 onwards) new [Places] 15:30 - 16:30 Student Services Centre, Exams Hall, Room AG03a

This session provides an overview of the revised Student Discipline Procedure, which will be in place from 1 October 2023 onwards.

The revisions to the procedure include: - changes to investigating and sanctioning academic misconduct; - fast track processes for considering criminal convictions and fraudulent admissions information relating to current students; - additional rights for reporting students; - clearer sanctions guidance

January 2024

Wed 31
Responding to disclosures of sexual violence in the Collegiate University new [Places] 09:30 - 12:30 New Wing Seminar Room, Second Floor, Student Services Centre, Bene't Street, CB2 3PT

This session aims to provide an understanding of the prevalence, myths and stereotypes surrounding sexual violence as a background to learn the skills to appropriately respond to disclosures from students and others.

There will be a focus on the practicalities of dealing with someone in distress, what to do in the event of being a first point of disclosure, what questions to ask and what to record. The session will also discuss how to think about risk and will provide an outline of the support and the University and police reporting options available.

May 2024

Wed 8
Responding to disclosures of sexual violence in the Collegiate University new [Places] 09:30 - 12:30 New Wing Seminar Room, Second Floor, Student Services Centre, Bene't Street, CB2 3PT

This session aims to provide an understanding of the prevalence, myths and stereotypes surrounding sexual violence as a background to learn the skills to appropriately respond to disclosures from students and others.

There will be a focus on the practicalities of dealing with someone in distress, what to do in the event of being a first point of disclosure, what questions to ask and what to record. The session will also discuss how to think about risk and will provide an outline of the support and the University and police reporting options available.