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Orientation

Students walking in a campus corridor

Orientation helps you get ahead before you even begin!

Compulsory orientation sessions are held at the beginning of every trimester.

These are currently being held virtually with on-campus experiences as scheduled below.

We know that students who attend Orientation are far more likely to succeed in their studies.

International Students

If you are an international student you must attend Orientation as part of your visa requirements.

Orientation will take you through all you need to know about:

  • Your studies
  • Support Services available to you
  • Campus facilities

Orientation is a great opportunity to:

  • Meet your library and academic skills support teams
  • Learn about student tools
  • Get to know your campus teams 

Nursing Induction

Nursing Induction – Trimester 2

This induction is compulsory for all students studying Nursing in the upcoming trimester. Failure to attend the induction will result in a delay in your classes starting. Please select the session relevant to where you will be studying.

Date: Monday 23 May 

Time: 9.00am (AEST/ACST) 

Location: On campus

Trimester 2 Orientation

On- campus Trimester 2 Orientation

Register now for your on-campus Orientation.

Date: Tuesday 24 May

Time: 2.30pm – 5pm (AEST/ACST)

Locations:
Adelaide: 88 Wakefield Street
Brisbane: 90 Bowen Terrace
Melbourne: 196 Flinders Street
Surry Hills (Sydney): 17 – 51 Foveaux Street
Ultimo (Sydney): 46 – 52 Mountain Street

Virtual Trimester 2 Orientation

Register now for Virtual Orientation. Virtual Orientation is available to on-campus and online students.

Date: Wednesday 25 May 

Time: 6.30pm (AEST) 

Location: Online

VET Counselling Courses Trimester 2 Orientation

VET Counselling Courses Trimester 2 Orientation

Register now for Virtual Orientation. Virtual Orientation is available to on-campus and online students.

Date: Wednesday 25 May 

Time: 6.30pm (AEST) 

Location: Online

Science for Success in the Health Profession workshops – Trimester 2

Mathematics and Chemistry

The interactive sessions will discuss engaging topics and introduce you to the learning experience you will receive whilst studying with us. The content of this short course will include:  

  • The nature of Science for Health
  • Key concepts in Chemistry

Recommended for Health students studying Aesthetics, Chinese Medicine, Clinical Nutrition, Health Science, Myotherapy, Naturopathy, Nutrition and Western Herbal Medicine.

Date: Friday 27 May 

Time: 10.00am – 12.30pm (AEST) 

Location: On campus or online

Biology and Maintaining Life

The interactive sessions will discuss engaging topics and introduce you to the learning experience you will receive whilst studying with us. The content of this short course will include:  

  • The nature of Science for Health 
  • Basic concepts in Biology 
  • Maintaining life - the basics of Physiology 

Recommended for Health students studying Aesthetics, Chinese Medicine, Clinical Nutrition, Health Science, Myotherapy, Naturopathy, Nutrition and Western Herbal Medicine.  

Date: Friday 27 May 

Time: 1.30pm – 4.00pm (AEST) 

Location: On campus or online  

Uniform Fittings

Hospitality students in chef uniforms

As part of some of our courses, uniforms are required. 

Sizing orders will be taken on campus at your Nursing Induction or during your first lab session. 

As a Hospitality student, you are required to wear a uniform as part of the course requirements.

Associate Degree of Culinary Management

You are required to attend your first applied training class in plain clothes and black work boots or Chef’s clogs. We will issue your chefs uniform on the day. Footwear is available to order through Fraser and Hughes by 20 May.

Bachelor of Culinary Management

You are required to attend your first applied training class in plain clothes and black work boots or Chef’s clogs. We will issue your chefs uniform on the day. Footwear is available to order through Fraser and Hughes by 20 May.

In addition, if you are enrolled in the MRS301 Managing Restaurant Service class, you are required to attend your first applied training class in black business trousers, a white business shirt with full length sleeves and black non-slip covered leather shoes. If you are unable to obtain any of the above items they are available for order through Fraser and Hughes by 20 May.

Diploma/Associate Degree/Bachelor of Hospitality Management

You are required to attend your first applied training class (ROP101 Restaurant Operations 101 or ROP201 Restaurant Operations 201) in black business trousers, a white business shirt with full length sleeves and black non-slip covered leather shoes. If you are unable to obtain any of the above items they are available for order through Fraser and Hughes by 20 May.

Diploma/Associate Degree/Bachelor of Tourism Management

You are required to attend your first applied training class (ROP101 Restaurant Operations 101 or ROP201 Restaurant Operations 201) in black business trousers, a white business shirt with full length sleeves and black non-slip covered leather shoes. If you are unable to obtain any of the above items they are available for order through Fraser and Hughes by 20 May.

Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School Orientation - Term 2, 2022

Virtual Orientation

For all students studying a Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School course commencing in Term 2.

Watch your Virtual Orientation on demand.

Location: Online