Observing punctuality is a good practice as well as a form of courtesy and respect to others.

Learners should be punctual when they attend all training and/or assessment. Lateness, leaving class early without informing the Trainer or no-show during lesson time will be recorded as non- compliance when attendance is required.

iFi takes a strict stance of cheating in any form, deceptive fabrication, plagiarism and violation of intellectual property and copyright laws. Any learner who is found to have engaged in such misconduct will be subject to disciplinary action by iFi.

PLAGIARISM

When a learner submits academic work that includes another person’s words, ideas, images, or data, whether published or unpublished, the source of that information must be acknowledged with complete and accurate references and, if verbatim statements are included, with quotation marks as well. By submitting work as his or her own, learner certifies the originality of all material not otherwise acknowledged. Plagiarism includes, but is not limited to: The quotation or other use of another person’s words, ideas, opinions, thoughts, or theories (even if paraphrased into one’s own words) without acknowledgment of the source; or The quotation or other use of facts, statistics, or other data or materials (including images) that are not clearly common knowledge and are without acknowledgment of the source.

CHEATING

Cheating is an act or an attempted act of deception whereby a student seeks to misrepresent that he or she has mastered information that has not been mastered. Cheating includes, but is not limited to: Copying of all or any portion of another person’s academic work and submitting it, in part or in its entirety, as one’s own; Allowing another person to copy one’s own academic work—whether intentionally or recklessly; The unauthorised collaboration with any other person on an academic exercise, including collaboration on a take-home or make-up academic exercise.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHT

iFi’s IT resources are intended to aid learning and facilitate knowledge creation and dissemination. They should not be used for the transmission of obscene or inflammatory information, or for commercial purposes, or for personal monetary profit. Learner should observe good computer etiquette at all times, and are required to abide by any laws and regulations governing use of IT.

Learner should display consideration, kindness and responsibility in their dealings with other people such as trainers, assessors or course mates. Learner should not engage in disorderly or offensive behaviour such as making threats against others, intimidating others, harassing others, drunkenness, lewdness, or participating in any unlawful assembly.
iFi provides good facilities and a pleasant environment for the benefit of all learners. Therefore, all acts of theft, vandalism and wilful destruction or damage to iFi’s property, including mutilation of learning resources and theft of electronic devices, signages, furniture, etc. will not be condoned.
Learner is encouraged to project a good and appropriate image by being decently attired when they come for training or assessment. Being well-dressed is also a show of respect for others and creates a positive impression with people you meet. Improper attire such as indecently revealing shorts, singlets, clothes with vulgar words or caricatures, as well as slippers meant for domestic use is not allowed. Learner is advised to uphold this dress code in school.

For Follow Food & Beverage Safety & Hygiene Policies & Procedures class (“BFHC”), learner is required to wear covered shoes and pants, and keep short fingernails clean. Nail polish/artificial fingernails shall be removed before learner goes for the Practical Performance (PP) Assessment.