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Student Support

Accessibility

If you have a disability or medical condition which requires access support, please contact the Student Centre. It is essential that you register with us as soon as possible in order to receive additional help and support. Our aim is to ensure students requiring support realise their full academic potential. We are committed to the provision of reasonable adjustments, in consultation with you, within a reasonable time after notification of the need for adjustments.

Reasonable adjustments are measures taken to enable you to participate fully and equally in areas of the School’s operations on the same basis as a student without a disability. These include:

  • Admission and enrolment
  • Academic activities
  • Curriculum development, assessment and certification requirements
  • Physical access to buildings and facilities
  • Information access
  • A safe learning environment

A Student Engagement Manager will contact you if you have indicated you might require assistance. If you haven’t notified the Student Centre about your access needs, please complete the Student Access form located on the AFTRS website or contact the Student Centre to discuss.

aftrs.edu.au/students/current-students/student-policies-and-forms/  

A Student Engagement Manager will arrange a meeting with you and devise a Learning Access Plan if required which may include adjustments that support you in your course. See more about Learning Access plans here.