Fitness to practice/study procedure
If your fitness to practice/study is questioned, this means that the University believes you are not suitable to study/practice (practice applies to courses such as OT, Physio or Primary Education). There are many examples of how your suitability can be questioned, such as:
The University has a duty of care to its community and is bound by health and safety legislation, which means it is therefore obliged to take action if a student presents a risk to themselves or others.
For more information on these procedures, and support and advice, contact Izzy Tooke.
- Alcohol, drug or substance abuse
- Harrassment, abuse of others, violence, indecency and unprofessional behaviour
- Health problems which could disrupt a student’s own study, or the studying of others