Student Wellbeing Support

The Australian Technical and Management College (ATMC) is committed to supporting and maintaining the wellbeing of all ATMC students. ATMC introduces our new Student Assistance Program (SAP) through AccessEAP. A Student Assistance Program is a professional and confidential counselling service, available to you as an ATMC student, at no additional cost. AccessEAP is an independent supplier, selected by ATMC to deliver this service.

 

AccessEAP can assist when personal, family, or study-related issues are impacting on your wellbeing and quality of life, by giving you a place to turn for support 24/7, 365 days a year.  The SAP is voluntary, and we welcome you to use your 4 free and confidential counselling sessions annually.

 

Areas where AccessEAP can assist:

  • Relationship and family problems
  • Nutrition – eating well
  • Financial concerns
  • Grief and loss
  • Conflict with others
  • Stress
  • Exam/study stress
  • Alcohol and drug use
  • Gambling

 

To book a counselling appointment, simply call 1800 959 192 and the AccessEAP team will arrange for you to speak with an experienced, professional counsellor face-to-face, over the phone, or online (via video, email or AccessChat). Book non-urgent counselling appointment from 8am to 6pm, Monday to Friday. However, emergency telephone support is always available 24/7.

 

How to book an appointment if outside Australia.    

 

You can find more information about your SAP by visiting www.accesseap.com.au  and by downloading the free AccessMyEAP app from Google Play  or the Apple Store .

 

Wondering what to expect and how to get started? Check the video tutorial here.


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Student Support

Student Support Services

For Student Support Services, please contact Support Hub 24*7.

Technical/IT Support Services

For Technical/IT Support Services, please click here.

Online Learning Portal

Learn how to access online classes using MS Teams  here

Student Well-being Support

Please view information about using AccessEAP service here


Academic Support - University of the Sunshine Coast

Academic Support

USC is dedicated to providing all our students with the very best support services so that they have a successful academic and personal experience. As a USC student based in Melbourne or Sydney, you’ll have access to standard support services, as well as a range of specialist international student services such as assistance with resume-writing and looking for part-time work. You’ll have access to welfare-related support services to assist with issues that may arise during their study.

Academic Support Programs

The Academic Language and Learning Success Program (ALLSP) assists USC students in developing their academic skills by way of workshops and individual tutoring sessions on-campus and in online classrooms.

We offer the following workshops are free:

  • English language skills
  • Academic reading and writing techniques
  • Oral presentation strategies
  • Stress management techniques.

English Language Support

USC provides scheduled general language support for all students seeking to improve and enhance specific or general language skills in the four macro skill areas for listening, reading, writing and speaking. English language assistance is available to provide ongoing English and study skills support to international students.

Important Information

As USC students the policies and procedures of the University apply to you. All students should download and read the attached important information to help manage your study successfully whilst studying at USC Melbourne and Sydney. <<important.information>>



Academic Support - Federation University Australia

Academic Support – Federation University Australia

Academic or Personal Support

Students have access to welfare-related support services to assist with issues that may arise during their study, including course progress, attendance requirements and accommodation issues. These services are provided at no additional cost.
ATMC can also refer students to external support services, at no cost. We understand you may need additional help. Persons with special needs may access the Director of Student Services to put in place sufficient reasonable adjustments to make study in Australia and at ATMC as conducive as possible. Contact us on info@atmc.edu.au either detail of how we can best support you.
You may ask questions of the lecturer or tutor in class. In some cases you will be asked to make an appointment. You may also ask for support from ATMC Staff for any personal problems that may arise.
The Student Services Department is also available to help students with any personal or academic problems. Where the Student Services Department is unable to assist, students will be referred to the appropriate department for assistance. The Student Services Department also organizes the student orientation for new international students as well as many social activities and excursions. And we pride ourselves on providing international students with a very high level of support. ATMC can also assist you with information in relation to options for school-aged dependents of intending students. So don’t be afraid to ask!



Enrolments & timetable selection

Enrolments & timetable selection

If you are unable to enter Australia due to current travel restrictions, you can enrol and commence your studies online.

Don’t wait another six months – get a head start and enrol today!

 

ATMC Online Enrolment & Timetable Selection

ATMC students are required to enrol online for their upcoming semester’s classes. If online enrolment is not completed by the deadlines listed below, the student’s graduation will be pushed back 6 months.

Please see the details below for further information surrounding the enrolment and timetable selection process.

If you need any further assistance with enrolling online or choosing your timetables, please feel free to contact us via the following avenues:

Helpline: +61 4 8880 5001

Helpline – India (local call):  +91 880 055 9609

Email: info@atmc.edu.au

Federation University

Online enrolment deadline: Friday 27th March 2020

Online enrolment step-by-step guide (PDF download): https://atmc.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/447-federation-university-how-to-enrol-mysc.pdf

Please select your timetable via MS Teams

University of the Sunshine Coast

Online enrolment deadline: Friday 27th March 2020

Online enrolment step-by-step guide (PDF download): https://atmc.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/448-usc-how-to-enrol.pdf

Please select your timetable via MS Teams.

ATMC VET & Baxter Institute

Link to ATMC VET website (click ENROL NOW when redirected): https://vet.atmc.edu.au/

Link to Baxter Institute website (click ENROL NOW when redirected): https://www.baxter.vic.edu.au/

Professional Year

Email: info@atmc.edu.au


Teaching & Learning - University of the Sunshine Coast

Teaching & Learning – University of the Sunshine Coast

Teaching Methods

You’ll learn from highly-qualified and experienced academic ATMC staff. With small class sizes and an emphasis on face-to-face personal teaching methods, including lectures, tutorials, seminars and practical classes, you’ll gain the knowledge and skills needed to excel in the workforce.

Lectures and tutorials are important components of Australian education. Lecturers are the best time to take in the information from the unit and make notes, while tutorials provide an opportunity to discuss the lecture and related topics in detail. You’ll be asked to present papers individually or as part of a group in a tutorial.

A well organised and regular study program is essential for your academic success. Self-directed study is a your personal program of study which fits around the contact hours of lectures and tutorials. This personal program includes reading, research, writing up lecture notes, writing essays and reports, and studying for exams. Lecturers and tutors are available to assist students if they have any questions or concerns.

Assessment Methods

Course specific information on assessments and standards is given to you during your first lecture for each unit. Part of your assessments may include regular written assignments, tutorial participation, practical work, projects and research reports, short tests, semester and final examinations. The USC faculty board will moderate your assessment and examinations, and will approve final results.

Facilities

Library

As a USC student based in Melbourne or Sydney, you’ll have online access to USC online resources such as e-books, online journals and e-reserve material, as well as prescribed texts and required readings for your course.

The ATMC library also carries a number of specialist textbooks and journals in different fields to help with your studies. In addition, you can also utilise the library’s computer work stations for private study and online research, as well as scanning and printing services (students are allocated a monthly quota).

Teaching Facilities

Our intimate class sizes ensure all students recieve the necessary support and attention from our qualified academic staff.

You’ll enjoy learning in our state-of-the-art teaching facilities. Our classrooms for lectures and tutorials are spacious, and fully air conditioned, equipped with computers, data projectors, as well as wifi throughout.  Some of our facilities include the library, internet based computer labs, student quiet study rooms, student lounge and recreation amenities, and prayer rooms.

Industry Focused Programs

By studying a course with USC, you’ll not only recieve a first-class education but also gain the industry-relevant skills needed to succeed in the ever-changing international workforce. Through your course you’ll undertake practical assessments and be offered additional opportunities to network with industry professionals.

As a USC student, you’ll not only benefit from the university’s close association with industry but you’ll also have an added advantage living in Sydney or Melbourne, two cities with the highest job prospects in Australia.



Teaching & Learning - Federation University Australia

Teaching & Learning – Federation University Australia

Learning Support Services 

ATMC provides academic support for all students enrolled in a course of study.

Support includes general language sessions, IELTS Preparation, Career Development sessions, and assistance with general ATMC work requirements. Student Mentors are available to assist

Learning Contexts

The lecture will generally contain the core information to be covered for that week. All students enrolled in the unit will attend lectures as a group. The tutorial provides an opportunity to discuss the lecture and talk about topics in detail. Sometimes students are asked to present papers individually or as part of a group in a tutorial.

Laboratory Sessions (Labs or Pracs) are practical classes, where students conduct tests and experiments with the assistance and supervision of lecturers or tutors.

Self Directed Study is a student’s personal program of study which fits around the “contact hours” of lectures, tutorials and labs. This personal program includes reading, research, writing up lecture notes, writing essays and reports, discussion with other students and lecturers, studying for exams, etc. A well organised and regular study program is essential for success at ATMC.

Studying at ATMC may seem difficult at first. It is natural to take some time to settle into your studies. If you are having difficulties, discuss this with your lecturer or tutor. Your lecturer or tutor is available to assist you if you are not sure what is required, or if you are having difficulties. Most lecturers have timetables on their doors indicating when they are available to see students. Alternatively, e-mail your lecturer and ask for an appointment

Student Mentors

First year students are allocated a senior student to act as their mentor and assist with the smooth transition to Australian student life. We at ATMC recognize that students might need additional help in the academics and pastoral areas. So at ATMC, we assign mentors to all ATMC students, free of charge, whereby they are able to work with high performing, more senior students, who act as their mentors. These mentors are students with specialised knowledge who have excelled academically, are employed to assist all current students academically and socially, either individually or in small study groups.

 


Services - University of the Sunshine Coast

Services – USC

At ATMC we are dedicated to providing all our students with the very best support services, so they have a successful academic experience. In addition to standard university support services, international students are provided with a range of specialist services such as assistance with resume writing and looking for part-time work. All ATMC students have access to welfare-related support services to assist with issues that may arise during their study, including program progress, attendance requirements, and accommodation.

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Download Melbourne Student Guide 

Student Well-being and Emotional Support

The Student Services Team is responsible for the orientation and on-going welfare of all international students at ATMC. We pride ourselves on providing international students with the highest level of support possible, the Student Services team will help you on your educational journey from orientation to social activities and excursions.

The Student Services Team can help you with information such as:

  • course progress and attendance requirements
  • contact details
  • working while on student visa
  • providing information about ATMC facilities and procedures
  • arrange learning support to help with academic difficulties.
At ATMC we recognize that students might need additional help with settling in and getting used to a new way of studying.  On each Campus, we have ‘Student Red Shirts’.  These are current ATMC senior students employed by ATMC on a part-time basis, so they can help their fellow students in a mentoring role, provide guidance, a listening ear and encourage them to seek out help by taking the student to the appropriate Student Service Staff for additional help
Our friendly administrative and academic staff are always available to help you with your transition to studying in Australia.
For more information contact the Student Services Team by emailing info@atmc.edu.au or phone +61 3 9631 9151.

Referral Services

Our Student Services Teams will answer any general questions you may have and assist you with settling into the college and the Australian way of life. At ATMC, you’ll have access to welfare-related support services to assist with a variety of issue that may arise during your study. We can refer you to the following services:
  • legal services
  • emergency & health services
  • counselling services
  • complaints & appeals process.

For more information contact, info@atmc.edu.au.

Orientation Day

Orientation day is conducted for all new international students before the beginning of every semester. At orientation, you’ll learn about ATMC services and facilities as well as an introduction to Australian culture, society, and life. The orientation day also includes numerous fun social activities, which will help you to meet other students and familiarise yourself with the campus and surrounds.

                                                                                               For more information on study life in Australia visit, studyinaustralia.gov.au.


Services - Federation University Australia

Services – Federation University

At ATMC we are dedicated to providing all our students with the very best support services so that they have a successful academic and personal experience. In addition to the normal support services, international students are provided with a range of specialist services such as assistance with resume-writing and looking for part-time work. Students have access to welfare-related support services to assist with issues that may arise during their study, including program progress, attendance requirements, and accommodation. These services are made available to all ATMC students.

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Student Wellbeing and Emotional Support

The Student Services department is familiar with the legal requirements of the ‘Education Services for Overseas Students’ Act. Such understanding will include the Code of Practice formed within the act, immigration and visa conditions, welfare arrangements, overseas student health cover.
The department will act in accordance with college policies, procedures and the government legislation pertaining to students, and in particular to the ESOS Act. Provide information on visa conditions such as
  • Course Progress and attendance requirements
  • Contact details
  • Working while on a student visa
  • Providing information about ATMC facilities and procedures
  • Arrange learning support to help with academic difficulties

 

Student Services is responsible for the orientation and on-going welfare of all international students at ATMC. The Student Services team will launch the student on their educational journey from orientation to organizing social activities and excursions; we pride ourselves on providing international students with the highest level of support possible. The Student Services Team Leader can be contacted via email:info@atmc.edu.au or phone +61 3 8327 3100. So please don’t be afraid to ask!

Special Needs

Persons with special needs may access the Director of Student Services to put in place sufficient reasonable adjustments to make study in Australia and at ATMC as conducive as possible. Contact us on info@atmc.edu.au either detail of how we can best support you.

Referral Services

The Student Support Officers will answer any general questions students may have and assist students in the settling in period at ATMC Students have access to welfare-related support services to assist with issues that may arise during their study. This can involve referral to relevant services such as:
  • Legal Services,
  • Emergency & Health Services
  • Counselling Services etc.
  • Complaints & appeals process

Orientation Week

Orientation is organized before the beginning of every semester. All students are given information covering the services, policies, procedures, the course and the detailed training plan at the student’s arrival to the college. We have also compiled a list of things in this Student Induction Manual that is very useful to new students settling into Australia, for further information on study life in Australia please visit the following website; http://studyinaustralia.gov.au
ATMC is committed to providing the best modern hardware and software solutions for all our students. From diverse operating systems (such as Microsoft Windows, Linux, and UNIX) to high-end applications software (such as .Net, Java Enterprise, Case Tools etc), ATMC provides training in all of these areas.
 
All labs are equipped with high-end HP servers, database management solutions, modern multimedia workstations, and wireless devices.

Hostels and Guest Houses

Hostels are usually run by organizations such as Youth Hostels Australia and the YMCA, students share kitchen and bathroom facilities. They range in price from A$80-150 per week.

If you need ATMC to arrange for Temporary or Permanent student accommodation, please email the request to ATMC at info@atmc.edu.au