Every new student is allocated a Success Coach, who stays with you for the duration of your study. Your Coach understands your course, your industry and your profession, and is there to give you expert advice on securing the right job.
Your Success Coach will:
Each Success Coach is a qualified professional, handpicked from the relevant industry, designed to give you the edge on success in your chosen career.
How do I know who my Success Coach is?
Check your inbox in Week 1 to find out who will be coaching you.
Your Coach will contact you, whether you’re on campus or online. If you want to find out in advance, or have more questions, your Student Services team can help.
Note: If you are studying the Diploma of Nursing, your Success Coach is your Program Coordinator
When can I meet my Coach?
Regardless of your study mode, you can choose a coaching option that suits you – online, on campus or some of each. Our coaches are also available after hours, just let your Coach know when you’d prefer to meet.
Your Success Coach's focus is developing your professional credibility and developing your career to make sure you end up doing what you love. Your Coach will connect you with:
workshops for tips and advice on topics such as resume and cover letter writing, online branding and successful interview techniques
Careers Connect, our online platform where employers advertise internships, work placements, casual jobs and graduate jobs exclusively for you
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Your success coach is part cheerleader and part problem-solver.
Their first priority is to make sure you are connected, motivated and engaged in your learning.
Reach out if you find you've hit a wall or need some guidance to stay on track.
It's not unusual to experience nerves (and a lot of excitement) when starting something new and study life is no different. Talking to someone can provide relief from that worry and energise you to keep going.
Our amazing counselling team offer no-cost appointments over the phone.
Our team is passionate about making student administration easier so that you can focus on achieving your goals. Talk to us about your timetable, campus facilities, community news and support services.
We’re here to help you.
The Student Representative Council (SRC) is a group of current students that represent the student body when it comes to maintaining community and assisting with decisions about your campus and learning environment.
Want to get involved? SRC is always looking for new recruits to join the team! Find out more information about your SRC.