These rules apply to all students and staff of Business College Helsinki, and you must follow them at all occasions organised by the college, and when you are acting as the college’s representative. When you are doing your training or apprenticeship, and in skills demonstrations, you should primarily follow the rules and code of conduct of the workplace.
It is strictly forbidden to be in the possession of, using, selling, passing on or offering to others any toxicants, drugs or snuff, or acting under the influence of them in any study related occasion, at events organised by the college or in the premises of it.
Our college is smoke free. This includes both indoors and outdoors.
Everyone is responsible for following these rules and showing a good example. Each member of staff has the responsibility to take action if these rules are broken.
The consequences for breaking the rules:
All misdemeanors will be marked down in the student register by the person giving the talking-to, the person making the decision on the suspension, or the person giving the warning.
Any person misusing, breaking or smudging the college space, furniture or equipment is liable for covering the damage.
A large number of absences and poor advancement of studies result in an additional PCDP discussion, a discussion on the advancement of studies, contacting the guardians of underaged student and a possible temporary loss of student lunch rights.
The college staff has the right to tell a student to leave, or remove a student from the college’s event or premises, if the student is misbehaving, does not follow the command to leave, or if the student has been suspended. If the student physically objects to being removed, the staff has the right to use necessary force as long as the student’s age, the severity of the situation and the overall consideration are taken into account.
It is forbidden to use any tools for forcible means. The police may be called if needed.