What are the responsibilities?

What responsibilities does a Provider agree to?

A Provider is the university organisation delivering or supervising a UNSW Advantage recognised opportunity, and the staff involved in that process.

Each provider does an outstanding job offering an exceptional co-curricular experience to our students. This genuinely supports their development into becoming competitive graduates and leaders who are engaged citizens.

To ensure the quality of the experiences offered to students, and maintain the integrity and calibre of AHEGS recognition, all activities are carefully assessed through the nomination process as per the eligibility criteria outlined above.

As a provider of a UNSW Advantage recognised opportunity, the following responsibilities and duties will apply:

  • The completion of the Risk Assessment form for all staff supervisors.
  • An effective recruitment process, including the provision of relevant training. 
  • An Activity Administrator must be appointed to help coordinate the activity. They are responsible for ensuring all students have met the minimum 20 hour requirement, and completed the activities congruent with the original nomination. They agree to help administer the student validation process, by uploading the student ID for each participant when requested, in time for graduations.
  • The UNSW Advantage web listing must provide relevant, resourceful and current information for students. 

Contact UNSW Advantage to discuss this further.

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How to administer records