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Student services and support

North Regional TAFE is committed to helping students reach their career and study goals by providing a range of student services and support.

Literacy, numeracy and study support 
Literacy and numeracy support is available to all students once they have enrolled in a vocational qualification. This assists students to complete the qualification they are enrolled in by providing support with the reading, writing and numbers component of the course.
Disability Support

NRT is committed to providing access and equity of participation for students with disability to enable them to be involved fully and independently in all aspects of the College’s programs and services.
Our Disability Support Coordinator can provide information and advice, arrange reasonable adjustments, assistive equipment and technologies, interpreters and in-class tutorial support. 
Students are encouraged to make contact with the Disability Support Coordinator and lecturer about the impact of their disability, impairment or medical condition to assist in determining what supports will be needed while undertaking their course. All information given will be treated confidentially.

Click here to download the Disability Support flyer

View NRT’s Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) 2017 – 2021.

To provide feedback or comment on NRT's DAIP 2017 - 2021, please click here.

Aboriginal training services (ats) support

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students are eligible for a range of support services through our on-campus Aboriginal Training Services team. The ATS team delivers culturally appropriate training support for students, trainees and apprentices, assisting them to identify their needs to maximise enrolment, course completion and employment opportunities.

Our dedicated ATS team provides the following support services:
•    Assistance with study and talking to lecturers 
•    In-class support, both academic and practical
•    Mentoring, tutor support and career counseling
•    The Indigenous Tutorial Assistance Scheme (ITAS) 
•    Informal counselling and mentoring 
•    Liaison with Centrelink, Abstudy, Job Services Australia, Remote Jobs and Communities Program and other service providers
•    Assistance arranging accommodation, transport and study support resources such as workwear, protective equipment and learning aids
•    Referrals or information about other services such as financial counselling, childcare and health needs

All ATS staff employ collaborative work practices within NRT, advising on culturally appropriate learning methods and work environments and in addition, providing specifically tailored services to external agencies and employers. The ATS team also consults with Aboriginal communities and organisations, assisting with identifying local community development projects and associated potential NRT training plans that address unique local needs.

Student support hub
Students requiring additional tutoring support, particularly those with special needs, can drop into the Student Support Hub located at our Broome campus. The hub is fitted with soft colourful furnishings, iPads, computers with touchscreen and voice recognition software, and NRT brochures and literature. 
If you would like to find out information regarding our complaints management process, please refer to the Complaints Management Policy and the Complaint Procedure.
assessment result appeals 
 If you would like to find out information regarding appealing the result of an assessment, please refer to the Assessment Appeals Policy.
Page last updated June 29, 2018