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Clinic Requirements

T1 2019 Clinic Induction Session: Save the date - Friday 22nd February

All new students or students that will enter into clinic for the first time in Trimester 1 are required to attend a compulsory Clinic Induction Session on Friday 22nd February at 9:00 am to - 2:00 pm.

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This event is compulsory for:

  • all students that are new to clinic practicum in Trimester 1, 2019, or;
  • those returning to clinic practicum from an extended period of leave (12 + months)

*All other current clinic students also wishing to attend can register their interest with clinic reception, however, attendance is not required.

If you are unable to attend this event, please contact your Academic Clinic Coordinator: Nic Andronaco - nandronaco@laureate.net.au

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Enrolment

Enrolment at the Southern School of Natural Therapies is conditional on adherence to the policies and procedures published at Think Education: Policies and procedures. In particular, please refer to the Admissions Policy and Enrolment and Attendance Policy

How to enrol

Online (domestic students only): Enrol online via MySSNT. Check the Online Enrolment Guide for instructions.

Paper-based (domestic & international students): Enrol using the paper enrolment forms. Submit enrolment forms to Student Services in person or by mail.

Once your enrolment (online or paper-based) is finalised by Student Services a confirmation of class enrolment will be sent to your email within 48 hours.

Trimester 1 2018 enrolment

Enrolment for T1 and summer school  will open on Wednesday 21st November at 12pm midday.

Check your @ssnt.think.edu.au email account for updates over the coming weeks!

Your Success Coaches will be available from week 8 to help create a study plan for you. Contact Student Services to book an appointment.

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Working with Children Check and First Aid

We require all students practicing in the Think Wellbeing Centre to have a current Working with Children Check (WWCC) and First Aid Certificate before they commence any clinic work.

Clinic students will be required to submit to Student Services a certified copy of their Working  With Children Card and First Aid Certificate before commencing the trimester. You may also provide the original and have it certified on-campus.

WWCC

Please note that you can complete the required application on the Working With Children Check website.

  • Select "Volunteer" in the 'Do you need an Employee or Volunteer Check?' section when prompted.
  • Enter 'Southern School of Natural Therapies' as the organisation
  • Address: 25-37 Victoria Street, Fitzroy VIC 3065
  • Phone: 03 9415 3333
  • Employment type: Educational institutions  - other institutions providing children's study or training programs (52)

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Student Services.


First Aid

The Unit of Competency HLTAID003 - Provide First Aid is sufficient. You must provide a copy of your current certificate to Student Services.

Chinese Medicine course contacts

Success Coach

Julie O'Shea:

joshea@laureate.net.au
Workdays on-campus: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

Contact Student Services to book an appointment with Julie.

Find out more about Success Coaches

Senior Learning Facilitator

Nic Andronaco:
nandronaco@laureate.net.au
Work days: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
Contact Student Services to book an appointment with Nic.

Augustus Chan:
yutat.chan@laureate.edu.au​
Contact Student Services to book an appointment with Augustus.

Program Director

Tim Trevail

Contact Student Services to book an appointment with Tim.


Chinese medicine practitioners must be registered under the national registration and accreditation scheme with the Chinese Medicine Board of Australia and meet the Board's Registration Standards, in order to practise in Australia.

The Chinese Medicine Board of Australia (the Board) may develop any codes or guidelines that are necessary to provide guidance to health practitioners and clarify the Board’s views and expectations on a range of issues.

Find out more about the CMBA codes and guidelines.