HIGHER EDUCATION APPLYING FOR CREDIT
After the application has been submitted
The relevant course coordinator will source a suitable assessor for the application, for example, an experienced educator for a particular unit. The assessor will either approve or decline the application based on the evidence supplied. The portfolio of evidence is extremely important in a successful application. The assessor will provide extensive feedback.
The course coordinator will inform the applicant of the outcome of the application and, where applicable, may request further evidence. This process may take up to 20 working days. Insufficient documentation provided by the student can lead to an unsuccessful application or a delay in the assessment of an application.
If the application is approved credit will be granted for the relevant unit or units and entered into the student management system. If the application is declined the student will need to complete the relevant unit or units as part of normal requirement of the course at ACAP.
The student may appeal any decision in this process in accordance with the Academic Grievances and Appeals Policy and Procedure.
For more information please contact the relevant course coordinator.