2 - A PROCEDURE TEMPLATE

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Direction and guidance on <explain the policy objective or outcome and the process being outlined in 3 sentences or less>.

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Audience (HEADING 2)

<State who will implement your procedure, or have actions or responsibilities under your procedure, for example all staff, education support staff, school staff, principals.>

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Version Date Description of changes Approved by
1.0.0 29/9/2023
approver title




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About the policy (HEADING 2)

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<If there is more than one procedure document per policy, identify the policy requirements relevant to this procedure.>

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Term Definition
Begin with capital - make BOLD Begin with capital, end with full stop.
<Term> <Definition>


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<Add the role title and state the delegated responsibilities for compliance with policy requirements.>

<Begin each statement with an appropriate verb. For example:>

<Principals:>

· <endorse the XXXX.>

· <implement the XXXX.>

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Overview (HEADING 2) (include as needed)

<Provide a high-level overview of the steps policy users need to complete to be compliant with your procedure.>

1. <Step, for example ‘Assess risk’>

— <Optionally add a brief description of this step.>

2. <Step, for example ‘Respond to risk’>

— <Optionally add a brief description of this step.>

3. <Step, for example ‘Report risk’>

— <Optionally add a brief description of this step.>

4. <Step, for example ‘Respond to risk’>

— <Optionally add a brief description of this step.>

5. <Step, for example ‘Report risk’>

— <Optionally add a brief description of this step.>

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What needs to be done (HEADING 2) (include as needed)

Provide detail on the steps that policy users need to follow. Include all mandatory requirements that users need to comply with. Where possible, use the overview headings as your structure.>

<Step 1>
<Add detail here>

<Step 2>
<Add detail here>

<Step 3>
<Add detail here>

<Step 4>
<Add detail here>

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Record-keeping requirements (HEADING 2) (Include as needed)

  • <List any record-keeping requirements mentioned in the procedure.>
  • <List any record-keeping requirements mentioned in the procedure.>

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Supporting tools, resources and related information (HEADING 2) (Include as needed)

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  • Links to related information in dot point

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Policy contact (HEADING 2)

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<Position title>

<Business area (not individual) email address>

<phone number>

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The <policy manager role – usually Executive Director level> monitors the implementation of this procedure, regularly reviews its contents to ensure relevance and accuracy, and updates it as needed.

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Reference number PD-YYYY-NNNN-VNN.N.N
Implementation date <First publication date in format DD/MM/YYYY>
Last updated <Current publication date in format DD/MM/YYYY>
Publicly available Yes or No
Policy cluster/s <Overarching policy cluster/s>

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Title: Feedback

Description: Help us improve this page. Send us an email.

Use this as the link for 'email' (changing the procedure name at the end) mailto:PolicyCoordination@det.nsw.edu.au?subject=FEEDBACK: Suspension and expulsion procedures)

Category:

  • Education support operations

Topics:

  • All staff
  • Education support operations
  • Service Experience
  • Web page

Business Unit:

  • Service Experience
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