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Student Support Services


Australian Institute of Applied Sciences (AIAS)

Learning skills support

Learning skills support is for students enrolled in certificate or diploma programs who need support with reading, writing, English language and numeracy skills. Whether you are a domestic or international student, we can provide the tools and assistance to help you achieve your goals. The Basic Skill Key Builder (bksb) can provide you with an individual learning plan and access to a range of interactive learning resources and support tutorials tailored to your particular needs. bksb is a free service and accessed through StudySmart or requesting access via SGAVETsupport@studygroup.com

Gail Martin
National Student Support Manager
Contact

Disability Services

AIAS commits to creating a flexible and caring learning environment for all students to participate fairly and equally in their study. Students, who identify with a disability or health conditions, are eligible for support services. Some areas of support include alternate assessment arrangements, communicating with a staff member on your behalf when required and tutorial support. AIAS can tailor an individual support plan to assist you to participate equally in academic and College life. This service is arranged upon enrolment and is free to students.

Gail Martin
National Student Support Manager
Contact

Counselling Services

AIAS provides a free, confidential service to assist with course planning, study and time management skills, educational difficulties and personal matters which can affect your study progression. Our Student counsellors can provide one-to-one sessions on-campus or via Skype or phone and provide information and group programs to assist students with exam techniques, stress management and study skills.

Gail Martin
National Student Support Manager
Contact

College of Natural Beauty

Access and Equity Policy

The College of Natural Beauty is committed to creating a flexible and caring learning environment for all students to participate fairly and equally in their study.

The College of Natural Beauty's Access and Equity Program is designed to assist students with a disability or health condition, those identifying as ESL learners or with other needs enabling fair and equal participation in study.

All enrolled at the College of Natural Beauty students who identify with having special needs are eligible for the program. Specifically, students with a disability or medical condition will need to provide the relevant documentation from a specialist health practitioner that supports their application. Students who identify as having a language barrier or any other need for special adjustment are also welcomed.

The Access and Equity Program is a free service provided as a part by the Department of Student Services. The assigned Access and Equity Officer will conduct an interview with an applicant to establish their support needs.

The College of Natural Beauty can assist students in many ways, and can tailor a Plan that enables students to equally participate in academic and College life. This can include, but is not limited to, academic support, structured learning plans, adjustments to facilities and adjusted teaching and assessment practices. It does not, however, compromise academic standards.

Special Circumstances Policy

The College offers no barriers to withdrawal, deferral and course extension, and provides a variety of options including cases of special circumstances whereby a VET student for reasons beyond their control is seeking to:

  • withdraw without penalty due to an inability to continue with their studies;
  • or other circumstances where a student may be unfairly disadvantaged by normal application of the College's policies;
  • or enrolment into the Access and Equity Program (AEP) to facilitate reasonable adjustment.

Special circumstances can include: medical conditions, family/personal problems, employment related reasons, course related reasons.

Contacts

Faith Brooks
Enrolment Advisor

Whitney Hancock
Student Advisor

FIAFitnation

Access and Equity

FIAFitnation is committed to creating a flexible and caring learning environment for all students to participate fairly and equally in their study.

FIAFitnation's Access and Equity Program is designed to assist students with a disability or health condition, those identifying as ESL learners or with other needs enabling fair and equal participation in study.

All enrolled FIAFitnation students who identify with having special needs are eligible for the program. Specifically, students with a disability or medical condition will need to provide the relevant documentation from a specialist health practitioner that supports their application. Students who identify as having a language barrier or any other need for special adjustment are also welcomed.

The Access and Equity Program is a free service provided as a part by the Department of Student Services. The assigned Access and Equity Officer will conduct an interview with an applicant to establish their support needs.

FIAFitnation can assist students in many ways, and can tailor a Plan that enables students to equally participate in academic and College life. This can include, but is not limited to, academic support, structured learning plans, adjustments to facilities and adjusted teaching and assessment practices. It does not, however, compromise academic standards.

Chris Russell
Student Engagement Manager
Contact

Special Circumstances

The College offers no barriers to withdrawal, deferral and course extension, and provides a variety of options including cases of special circumstances whereby a VET student for reasons beyond their control is seeking to:

  • withdraw without penalty due to an inability to continue with their studies;
  • or other circumstances where a student may be unfairly disadvantaged by normal application of the College's policies;
  • or enrolment into the Access and Equity Program (AEP) to facilitate reasonable adjustment.

Special circumstances can include: medical conditions; family/personal problems; employment related reasons; course related reasons.

Chris Russell
Student Engagement Manager
Contact

Martin

Learning skills support

Learning skills support is for students enrolled in certificate or diploma programs who need support with reading, writing, English language and numeracy skills. Whether you are a domestic or international student, we can provide the tools and assistance to help you achieve your goals. The Basic Skill Key Builder (bksb) can provide you with an individual learning plan and access to a range of interactive learning resources and support tutorials tailored to your particular needs. bksb is a free service and accessed through StudySmart or requesting access via SGAVETsupport@studygroup.com

Gail Martin
National Student Support Manager
Contact

Disability Services

Martin commits to creating a flexible and caring learning environment for all students to participate fairly and equally in their study. Students, who identify with a disability or health conditions, are eligible for support services. Some areas of support include alternate assessment arrangements, communicating with a staff member on your behalf when required and tutorial support. Martin can tailor an individual support plan to assist you to participate equally in academic and College life. This service is arranged upon enrolment and is free to students.

Gail Martin
National Student Support Manager
Contact

Counselling Services

Martin provides a free, confidential service to assist with course planning, study and time management skills, educational difficulties and personal matters which can affect your study progression. Our Student counsellors can provide one-to-one sessions on-campus or via Skype or phone and provide information and group programs to assist students with exam techniques, stress management and study skills.

Gail Martin
National Student Support Manager
Contact