What is Resolution’s approach to cheating, collusion and plagiarism?

Anyone who has cheated by colluding with, or copying the work of, another will be denied the opportunity to become accredited and will be subject to the measures as set out in Resolution's Cheating, Collusion and Plagiarism and Complaints policies and procedures.

You are expected to know, understand and comply with Resolution’s ethical standards, abide by the Code of Practice and its policies in relation to cheating, collusion and plagiarism.

You have an obligation to inform Resolution of any acts of intellectual dishonesty by other members as set out the cheating collusion and plagiarism, and whistleblowing policies.

Intellectual dishonesty is the use of unauthorised assistance, collusion, or the use of materials or documents without specific attribution to the original author with the intent to deceive an assessor or anyone appointed to make or evaluate an assignment. Claiming sole or majority management or conduct of a case where that what not the actual situation is also intellectual dishonesty.

You will be required to sign a statement of professional integrity alongside your assignments.