• Mar 09, 2013

At Career Dreams Centre, students should feel welcome, cared for and at ease so that they can fully concentrate on completing their studies as best as possible. As part of our student care program, the college has established a Student Representative Council (SRC) where students are involved and encouraged to assist the school with promoting academic and social welfare of the student body. The SRC will liaise between the school and the students and should be used as first point of contact for any student for grievance and dispute resolution.

General Points:

  • A Student Representative Council (SRC) is set up for each intake.
  • In week 2 to 3 of class starting, students will elect one representative for their course.
  • The primary function of the SRC is:
    • act as first point of contact and liaison where student grievances and disputes arise;
    • ensuring that the students' needs are met in line with the schools' vision, mission and values;
    • collaborating with the school management on matters related to the students' academic and social welfare;
    • support school management in reinforcing discipline and academic integrity among the students;
    • assist with developing initiatives to improve campus life and curriculum.

To see the full student representative council policy and procedure click here.