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Pyrmont campus news and information

Subject Selection is now open!

Classes have limited spaces so make sure you plan ahead and lock in your subjects now.

Enrolling into your subjects is easy! Here's how:

  1. Refer to your course structure
  2. Use the Subject Selection tool within 'My Account' to choose your classes

 


Placement workshops for JNI/TUA students studying Counselling or Community Services

If you're enrolling in a placement subject in Term 3 you'll want to come along to our Placement Workshop to learn about the placement process.

When: The workshop will run twice - Wednesday 25th July at 5 pm and Thursday 26th July at 12 noon.

Where: Pyrmont campus and online. The online Zoom session links are:

Who will be there? The workshop will have in attendance the key support people for placement subjects: Success Coaches, Placement Coordinators, Industry Team.

Who should attend? Any counselling or community services students planning to enrol in a placement subject in Term 3.

For more information: email yoursuccesscoach@laureate.edu.au

 


Health speaker series

Come along to the Health Speaker Series and hear from industry experts who are presenting on a range of current health topics.

Hear key insights and have the chance to ask industry specialists about professional development opportunities and health topics.

This is also a great opportunity to meet others across the health vertical and network with practitioners.

Speaker:  Daniel Baden from BioMedica

Topic: Integrative approaches to oncology

DateMonday 23rdJuly, 6.30pm

Location: In person at Pyrmont campus, level 5 and onlinevia webinar

Register for free - healthspeakerseries2018.eventbrite.com.au

For more information about this event click here

 


Library workshops

Get familiar with the Library's spaces, services and resources by taking part in our Library Workshops.

Students will learn how to navigate the Library's onsite and online resources.

You can find out more about the Library workshops here or on the Learning Support Hub.

Using Foodworks - Dietry evaluation software in the Library

Foodworks is a dietary evaluation program that enables users to analyse the nutrition content of foods and diet plans. Foodworks is installed on Student PCs 7 and 8 in the Library.

Call the Library on 9218 8819 to book a time to use these computers.

Need help? Sandy, our Library and Learning Adviser, is available Mon to Wed 11am - 6pm to assist if you with this software.

 


Applications for King & Amy O'Malley Trust Scholarships are now open!

These scholarships are offered for both undergraduate and postgraduate students who are enrolled in tertiary courses in Nutrition, Dietetics, Food Science and Community Services.

Applications close July 27, 2018.

For more information please visit this website.

 


Celloid masterclass series

This workshop will be the perfect opportunity for students and practitioners to join an informative masterclass with Christina Scalone.

You'll learn about:

  • Managing challenging conditions
  • Different dosing strategies for patients with acute and chronic conditions
  • ...and much more!

Discover more details about this exciting event here


Conversation Cafe

Looking to Improve your English skills?

Come along to our Conversation Cafe on Campus - our academic skills facilitator will be there to support you. 

We can also be help you prepare for IELTS!

Click for more information


Invite your friends to Open Day - SAT 4 AUG

Know anyone interested in Health? Invite them to our Open Day on Sat 4 August to explore our campus, meet academics and alumni, and learn more about our courses. There’s plenty of fun workshops and sessions – and delicious food too!

PLUS, we’re giving away these awesome books to the first attendees through the door!

  • first 50 attendees to our Complementary Medicine booths will receive a copy of ‘Well & Good’, a best-selling wellbeing book by our incredible alumni, Nat Kringoudis.
  • first 30 attendees to our Counselling & Community booth will receive a copy of ‘Really Relating: How to Build an Enduring Relationship’, a best-selling book by the founders of Jansen Newman Institute, David Jansen and Margaret Newman

Invite your friends to register here: 

Register


Are you the next Clinic Marketing Ambassador? 

We are looking for a student who is passionate about marketing and keen to expand their skill-base ahead of graduation. You need excellent written communication skills and the ability to create engaging marketing communications which help increase clinic bookings. Ideally from a Natural Therapies background. Marketing experience is also desirable, but not essential. Tasks include:

  • Creating content for social media channels such as the Think Wellbeing Centre Facebook page
  • Working with the marketing and clinic management team to assist with promotions
  • Developing relationships with local businesses and community groups to enhance the profile of the Think Wellbeing Centre and identify CSR opportunities

This is a paid, part time position (often up to 3 hours per week, plus attendance may be required to assist with some events and Open Days). It is an evolving role, so we welcome applications from students who have self-motivation, enthusiasm and confidence to initiate as well as a willingness to learn and develop their skills in marketing.

If you're interested, please send your CV with a cover letter to Li Loo, Marketing Manager

Submit Application

With a focus on building a creative, social and collaborative learning environment for all students, the Think Education Pyrmont Campus brings a fresh and career-focused approach to your learning. During your time at Pyrmont you can look forward to:

  • Small class sizes with direct access to academic staff
  • Dynamic online learning with on-demand access to your course materials
  • Opportunities to hear from industry professionals

 

Pyrmont campus has a wide range of campus facilities available to help you get the most from your education, including:

  • Student break-out area
  • Library
  • Campus wide Wi-Fi
  • Beauty rooms
  • Dispensary (for medication and medical supplies)
  • Counselling consultation rooms
  • Nourish Café
  • Think Wellbeing Centre where you can book a treatment

Pyrmont’s Think Wellbeing Centre offers you as a student the chance to practice your skills under expert supervision.

Open to the general public, students and staff, come in as a client and use some of the outstanding yet affordable services the Think Wellbeing Centre has to offer.

Contact us

Level 1, 235 Pyrmont St, Pyrmont, NSW 2009

1300 738 256

 wellbeingpyrmont@laureate.net.au

How to get here:

Public transport nearby:

Central Station:
15 minute walk
Sydney, Intercity and Regional trains
Town Hall Station:
15 minute walk

 

Harris St
City Bus services 443 and 501 run regularly along Harris Street
Short walk

 

Convention Centre
Light rail station
Short walk

Plan your trip:

 

 Car parking

Public parking: 320 Harris Street, Darling Harbour for more details see http://www.secureparking.com.au/car-parks/australia/nsw/sydney/harris-street

Street parking is available close to the campus and there are two secure carparks near the Pyrmont Campus:

Campus WiFi

To help with your studies, we provide free WiFi at Pyrmont Campus so you can also access the Internet on your own devices.

Wireless name: ThinkWireless

Password: thinkb81

 

How to print on campus

1. Log in to thinkprint - http://thinkprint

  • Use your student ID and My Account password

2. Top up your account if required

  • Click the 'Top Up by Credit Card' tab
  • Enter amount and your credit card details and click 'Pay Now"
  • Your account will be immediately credited - no refunds are available

3. Upload your documents

  • Click on the 'Web Print' tab and click 'Submit Job'
  • Select the printer name
  • Click the button '2. Print Options and Account Settings' and select number of copies.
  • Click 'Upload from Computer' or drag your files in to the gray box - you can only upload file types: Word, Excel, Powerpoint, PSF and XPS
  • Click 'Upload & Complete'
  • Your file will then be sent to the printer queue. Log out of Papercut.

4. Release your print job

  • Log in to the printer by swiping your student ID card on the printer's card device (if you don't have your student ID card handy you can enter your details manually)
  • The machine will give you the option to print, copy or scan. Select 'Print'
  • Select your print job in the list using the touch screen
  • Press 'Print' and you're done!
  • The cost of your print job will be displayed when the job is selected

 

Student Computers

There are PCs available for student use in the library

 

IT Troubleshooting

For troubleshooting please email itservicedesk@think.edu.au or see Student Services.

If you are having trouble with other IT issues contact itservicedesk@think.edu.au

Student Safety

To ensure you stay safe on and off campus we recommend you take the following precautions:

  • Avoid being on campus or travelling alone at night
  • Be alert and aware of your surroundings
  • Avoid dark, vacant and deserted areas
  • If an incident does occur please let a member of staff know so we can support you and work alongside local police to minimise risk and promote safety


Security on campus

After hours emergency, call 000 or your local Campus Director - Georgie Bellas 0435 966 477

  • Wear your student ID card at all times
  • Never leave your belongings unattended
  • Do not bring unnecessary valuable to campus
  • Report suspicious behaviour or anything you feel may be unsafe
  • Report all injuries and incident to Student Services and complete an incident report form
  • If you need assistance or to report any medical conditions, please see Student Services (eg. insulin, asthma inhaler, medication)

Emergency assembly area

The designated assembly area for Think Education Pyrmont Campus is on the Pyrmont Street end of Camden Lane.

 

We are a collective of volunteer students that advocate for positive change in the student community and strive to create an inclusive and dynamic study environment.

Here's what we're about

As students, we're all here to gain skills and pursue our career goals. The ability to bring our thoughts and ideas directly to management, and to exist in an inclusive community can help make our study experience great.

Your Student Representative Council (SRC)works together to make our community a better place. We achieve this by working within our three pillars: Community, Advocacy and Decision Making.

We do things like:

  • Bringing community events to life
  • Hosting fundraising initiatives
  • Helping the campus make better decisions for students
  • Advocatingand representing the student body

Your feedback is important


To fulfil our role as student advocates, we need to hear from you.

Share with us your thoughts, comments and suggestions on how we can make your student experience even better.

Provide feedback to your SRC



Joining the SRC is a great way to get involved in your community, meet awesome people, build your leadership skills and contribute to helping the student body get heard.


What is being an SRC member like?

That's a great question! And we're glad you asked it. Watch the short video below to get a taste for SRC life.

 


Perks of joining the SRC


Being an SRC member comes with its share of rewards. Not only are you able to make lasting friendships and have an impact on your community, you will also benefit from:

  • A chance to develop your leadership skills
  • Actively working to make your campus a great place to be
  • Learning about teamwork and developing your organisational skills
  • Being able to access exclusive development workshops for SRC members
  • Being formally recognised for your contribution to the campus and Laureate community

 

Finding accommodation near campus

There is a range of housing options available near the Pyrmont campus. Options include student apartments (see Urbannest or UniLodge) and private rentals (see www.realestate.com.au or www.domain.com.au). For international students we are also registered with the Australian Homestay Network (AHN).


Tips for finding accommodation

  • Don’t rely on photos on a website, make sure you visit the accommodation
  • Avoid paying a deposit on a place you have never seen
  • Never give out personal details to someone you’ve never met in exchange for more information about a property
  • Be aware of your rights as a tenant and get advice from the proper channels

If you need additional assistance, Student Services can help you with further resources.

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Contact us

1300 575 803
Torrens University: studentservices@torrens.edu.au
Think Education: studentservices@think.edu.au

Campus Address

235 Pyrmont Street, Sydney, NSW 2009

Campus hours

During term

Mon - Thurs: 7.30am - 10.00pm
Fri: 7.30am - 6.00pm
Sat: 9.00am - 4.00pm

During term break

Mon - Fri: 8.00am - 6.00pm

Student Services Hours

During term

Mon - Thurs: 7.30am - 7.30pm
Fri: 7.30am - 6.00pm
Sat: 9.00am - 4.00pm

During term break

Mon - Fri: 8.00am - 6.00pm

Exam Timetable