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Welcome 2024 Students: Preparation for Study at AFTRS

Preparation for Studying


Before Orientation : 

  • Sent in your photo 
  • Sent in your USI number 
  • Logged into the AFTRS Systems and set your password
  • Set up your Multi Factor Authentication
  • Downloaded Office 365  onto your laptop , and mobile
  • Log into Moodle and review your Dashboard 

All students will require a laptop 

Student ID Card

Student ID Cards  

AFTRS issues all students with photographic identity cards (Student ID card). It is a multi-purpose card used as a means of identification for AFTRS purposes including:

  • Secure building access
  • Printing 
  • Using equipment from Tech Store
  • Borrowing from the Library

You are required to wear your ID card at all times while at the School premises, to transit security checkpoints as you enter or re-enter, or move around the School.  If you lose your ID card or if it is stolen report it immediately to Reception or the Student Centre. 

 Identification Check 

AFTRS conducts an identification check for new students, which will either occur when you come on campus, arrive for the first day of classes or via a certified form of identification sent to Student Centre if you are a remote online student.

For those students coming into AFTRS Campus:

You need to bring one form of VALID photo identification as evidence of your identity in order to pick up your ID card. Your card will not be issued if you have not provided this ID.

Accepted evidence includes:

  • Passport
  • Australian drivers licence
  • Proof of Age card

For students undertaking online delivery:

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AFTRS Support before you start

Support available 

Service Desk will be available to help with:

  • Network set up
  • Moodle 
  • Eduroam Wi Fi 

Student Centre will also be available if you need:

  • Student Support
  • Learning Access Plans
  • Reasonable Adjustments
  • Travel Concessions
  • Questions on fees
  • Library access
  • And any other questions you may have 

Student Handbook 2024

The AFTRS Student Handbook - a must read 

The Student Handbook contains the policies and rules for students currently undertaking award course study at AFTRS.  

It covers what to do and who to talk to if you are ill, think you’ll be late with an assignment, require special consideration, or have a course related problem.

The Handbook also contains the AFTRS Charter, Student Code of Conduct and sets out requirements for academic progression. 

The Student Handbook 2024 is available on the AFTRS Website 

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AFTRS Library

The Jerry Teoplitz Library 

AFTRS has a fantastic and extensive library with physical and online resources to support your studies.  

You will need to activate your Student Account with the Library staff. 

Once that is done, you will be able to borrow from the library. 



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