Omnia’s rules and regulations
Omnia’s rules and regulations include definitions on students’ rights and obligations based on the current legislation on education. The aim of the rules and regulations is to promote accessible learning and guarantee that Omnia’s students, learners, interns and the entire staff have a safe and pleasant learning and working environment.
The rules and regulations are in force at
- Omnia’s premises
- garden and yard areas
- other environments linked with studying.
Rules and regulations must be followed in all events organised by Omnia and others, in which a student represents Omnia.
The term “student” is used in rules and regulations, and it refers to all students in Omnia as well as learners, interns and those participating in youth and adult workshops.
Common disciplinary practices in Omnia ensure peaceful working conditions, internal order, accessible studying and the safety and pleasantness of the entire community at Omnia. Principles of action are unitary among all, and a just treatment is implemented as disciplinary measures are used and different parties commit to the agreed principles. In the use of disciplinary measures, the due process principle is followed, and the measures are based on acceptable and objective reasons.
The plan on disciplinary practices and the measures related to them covers vocational education and training, preparatory education for upper secondary qualification (TUVA), basic education for adults, liberal adult education and general upper secondary school for adults. The plan includes central contents and principles, and it covers liberal adult education in suitable parts.
Competent persons include eg. principal, education manager, teacher or trainer.