Inherent requirements are the essential tasks and activities necessary of a course or unit that you have to be able to do to demonstrate the abilities, knowledge and skills to achieve the core learning outcomes of the course or unit. To allow you to make informed choices about your courses, we have identified the inherent requirements for your courses below. To successfully complete your course, you will need to be able to carry out the relevant inherent requirements. You will also need to meet other compulsory requirements for your course, which includes the academic requirements. We are dedicated to ensuring that all students have equal access to learning. Where a disability impacts your ability to meet the inherent requirements for your course, we may be able to make reasonable adjustments to assist you to meet those requirements.
ACPE is committed to making reasonable adjustments to teaching and learning, assessment, placement and other activities to enable students’ to participate in their course. Reasonable adjustments must not fundamentally change the nature of the inherent requirement.
Consideration is given to a student’s cultural and religious background/beliefs, which may impact on participation in their course or unit. For further information contact your Head of Department.
If you have a disability or chronic health condition, contact the Director of Student Services and Campus Wellbeing to talk about the adjustments that may be put in place so you can meet the requirements.
Why are inherent requirements important?
Inherent requirements ensure the academic integrity of a course is maintained and preserves the College’s learning, assessment and accreditation processes. They must be met by all students.
How does this affect you?
To successfully complete a course at the Australian College of Physical Education, you need to be able to meet all the inherent requirements. If you are applying for a course, you should read the inherent requirements carefully to ensure you are able to meet them. If you have a disability or chronic health condition, contact the Director of Student Services and Campus Wellbeing to talk about the adjustments that may be put in place so you can meet the requirements.
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