The learning materials have been developed by our facilitators who have extensive industry leadership experience.
Our microcredentials (Creds) are single units that you can study at any time, anywhere, to obtain a certified educational experience in a single specialist area or in a set that forms a course (Stack).
You can study whatever you want and whenever you want, learning at your own pace in bite-sized, content-rich chunks, all developed by current industry professionals. You control the workload, so you never need to worry about being overwhelmed.
You can take a break between studying each Cred and select new ones to build your own Stack by targeting the areas that you want to develop by acquiring skills and knowledge.
Creds are targeted specialized learning and appropriate for continuing professional development, discovering interests and preparing for work in the sporting industry.
You will need to complete one assessment task in the form of an assignment to demonstrate your competency.
The assessment task has been designed to give you the opportunity to reflect on your learning and professional experience.
You will be required to answer a series of short and long response questions.
You must attempt all questions and submit your answers by the due date within your enrolment period.
You will be notified of your assessment due date upon your course registration. If you require an extension past the end of the course, please refer to the extensions policy.
To achieve competency, you will need to demonstrate the requisite skills and knowledge and their application to real-life scenarios according to industry standards.
Watch the video on assessment.
Assessment must be submitted electronically through the submission folder on TalentLMS.
In special extenuating circumstances, extensions may be granted for up to a maximum of two weeks.
If you require an extension, you must apply for special consideration. A downloadable application form is available via the orientation unit on Matrix.
The Academic Integrity Policy outlines the ethical and professional standards of learners and instructors who study and teach through MTBS.
Academic misconduct or plagiarism occurs when someone else’s ideas or words are reproduced (copied) and presented as the learner’s own work without providing proper acknowledgement (citation).
Plagiarism is a form of cheating and constitutes a serious academic offence, which may lead to exclusion from the course and cancellation of enrolment.
Plagiarism occurs when another person’s work is not appropriately cited and is presented as your own, including copying and submitting the following:
You are to maintain academic integrity by submitting work that is your own, and where you include other people’s work that is not your own to appropriately acknowledge it.
You are expected to use the Harvard Referencing System to acknowledge all sources of information, data, and diagrams you are using for an assessment submission.
Work that has been plagiarised will not be assessed.
Example: Author surname, initial. (Year) ‘Article title’, Journal Name, Volume(Issue), pp. page range.
Smith, P. (1990) ‘Leadership Model’, Journal of Business Leaders, 20(2), pp. 261–276
Academic Integrity Policy outlines the ethical and professional standards for learners and instructors who study and teach through MTBS.
Academic Progress Policy outlines the expectations and monitoring process of learners’ progress in their course(s), including what happens if learners do not fulfil all their academic requirements.
Assessments and Results Policy outlines the expectations and processes regarding all assessment and results, including special consideration and how to appeal results.
Course Registration Policy outlines the expectations and processes involved in course registration.
Certification Policy provides information on the certifications you receive when you complete your courses, including whether they are industry accredited or not.
Intellectual Property Policy outlines what constitutes intellectual property (IP) and the action taken when IP is stolen or compromised.
Complaints and Appeals Policy provides information on how to submit a complaint and/or an appeal against misconduct.
Learner Conduct Policy outlines expected learner behaviour and standards, and the action taken when these standards are not met.
Learner Records constitute records of all learners who have taken courses with us and their information. (Note: These records are confidential, and you will only be able to request access to your own.)