Application for access to STELA

User agreement for STELA

Each individual user must agree to comply with the terms and conditions set out in this agreement to apply for a login to use the Student Training Enrolment Logistics Application (STELA) on behalf of a Training Organisation.

If you require a login to STELA, please read this agreement and complete the form indicating you agree to the terms and conditions. If you belong to a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) you will need to obtain approval from the Chief Executive Officer or Registration Enquiries Officer listed on training.gov.au.  If you belong to a Community Centre you will need to obtain approval from the senior delegating officer of your organisation.  You will be asked to provide details of the authorising officer when completing the form and an email will be sent to them advising that you have applied to gain access to STELA.

Acceptable Use Agreement

  1. The User agrees that it will comply with the terms and conditions set out in this Agreement.
  2. A breach of any of the terms and conditions of this Agreement may lead to the suspension or termination of the User’s access to STELA, without notice.
  3. The User may incur legal liability to the South Australian Government and to other persons for any breach of this Agreement.
  4. The User acknowledges that the South Australian Government will have the right at any time to change or add to the terms and conditions of this Agreement. Such changes or additions will be effective immediately upon notice to the User, given by means including, but not limited to, electronic or conventional mail. If the User uses STELA after it has received such notice it will be deemed to have accepted the changes or additions.

Access and Security

  1. The User’s access to STELA is only to be used for official duties in the course of its employment with the Training Organisation and not for any other purpose.
  2. The User will ensure that any passwords or access codes are not written down, either in whole or in a form from which others may ascertain the full password or access code. The User will not intentionally or by negligence, divulge to any person, the password(s) associated with its login, or allow others to use that login.
  3. The User will not attempt to gain access to the accounts of any other User of STELA.
  4. Computers must not be left unattended in an unsecured state when working with or when accessing STELA.
  5. All security violations must be reported immediately to the Business Intelligence and Information Services (BIIS) Unit of the Skills, Policy and Planning Directorate, Department of State Development (DSD).
  6. Each User who accesses STELA is required to have their own login. 

Interference with the Operation of STELA

  1. The User will not interfere with computer software in any way, including, without limitation, where it may lead to malicious or negligent damage to the software or STELA.
  2. The User will not install on its computers any software or application which may interfere with the functioning of STELA.
  3. The User will not attempt to change configuration files or settings of the program unless authorised by the BIIS Unit of DSD.

Misuse of Internet

  1. The User will not use STELA to enter in, or transmit, any false, defamatory, abusive, offensive, obscene, or indecent information or material of any kind, including, without limitation, any material constituting or encouraging conduct that would constitute a criminal offence, give rise to civil liability or otherwise violate any applicable law.
  2. The User will not use STELA to enter in, or transmit, any material of any kind which contains a computer virus or other component which is harmful to STELA.
  3. The User will not use STELA to exploit any material of any kind for commercial purposes.

Handling of Information

  1. The User will treat any information entered into STELA or obtained from STELA as confidential.
  2. The User acknowledges and agrees that it will deal with all Personal Information entered into and obtained from STELA in accordance with applicable legislation and the South Australian Government Information Privacy Principles.
  3. Any documents or output of confidential information that is no longer required must be disposed of in a secure manner.
  4. The User will bear full responsibility for the information entered into STELA including its accuracy, legality, reliability and appropriateness.
  5. The User acknowledges and agrees that DSD may terminate this Agreement at any time without notice to the User and as a result access to STELA will cease as and from the date of termination.
  6. This Agreement commences on the date that it is executed and subject to early termination terminates on the date the Training Organisation no longer has any requirement to use STELA or the date the Training Organisation notifies BIIS Unit of the User leaving the Training Organisation or the User no longer requiring access to STELA.