The purpose of the Behaviour Policy is to provide simple, practical procedures for staff and students that:
South Essex College is certified as Disability Confident Committed.
As a Disability Confident Committed Employer we have committed to:
INVOICES:A separate invoice is to be rendered for each order. This must quote the Purchase Order number. It is not required in duplicate unless specifically requested, and must be sent to the Essex Shared Services, C/o South Essex College, Nethermayne, Basildon, Essex SS61 5NN.
Payment will normally be made before the end of the month following the month in which the invoice is received by the College.
EVERY PURCHASE ORDER which carries directly or indirectly an engagement of services and/or labour for work to be performed arising from this contract, is subject to the following INDEMNITY CLAUSES. The Supplier warrants that the goods supplied shall be of such a nature and quality as to comply with the provisions of all material Acts of Parliament and all Orders and Regulations made thereunder and the Supplier agrees to indemnify the College by reason of any breach of the same.
The Supplier agrees to indemnify the College against all actions proceedings costs claims liability and damages arising out of any infringements of the rights of third parties in respect of any letters patent registered designs trade marks trade names or copyrights, which may arise out of the performance of this contract.
Where this order relates to services or works not covered by another contract, the following shall apply:
The Supplier shall provide the service or work with all proper skill and care using materials as necessary which are fit for the purpose for which they will be used and are of good quality.
The Supplier shall make good any defect in work which occurs within one month of completion of the work or as may be required by the College.
Refunds for evening and weekend courses will be considered subject to the conditions set out below:
The Freedom of Information (FOI) Act 2000 requires all Higher and Further Education establishments to adopt and maintain a 'Publication Scheme'. The purpose of the act is to promote greater openness and accountability and will give everyone the right to access all information held, subject to some exemptions, by all educational establishments and public authorities.
The purpose of these procedures is to provide a framework by which students can be productive members of the College and successfully complete their learning programme.
Whilst every care has been taken in developing this website, it is intended for general guidance only. The College cannot guarantee the provision of all courses and schemes in the light of circumstances beyond its control and therefore reserves the right to make changes or cancel any course without notice, should this be necessary.