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Or you can contact:
- Email email@example.com
- Call 02 9964 6322
- Lodge a ticket directly at my.navitas-professional.edu.au/helpdesk
- View scheduled maintenance and downtime for the Student Portal
Enrolling for Term 2
Online enrolments are now open for all Higher Education courses and close Sunday 21st May.
Enrolments for VET Courses will open on Wednesday 5th April and close Sunday 21st May.
The VET courses offered by ACAP are; Diploma of Counselling, Diploma of Community Services (Case Management), Diploma of Youth Work
How do I enrol?
All re-enrolling students (everyone who is not in their first term of study for a course) can do this via the 'Enrolment' button in the student portal. Subjects are listed top to bottom in the recommended order.
However! Not all subjects are offered every term, so it is important to plan your studies well.
Term Timetable - Enter in the term, your course and your preferred method of study to see the timetable for that term
Planning your studies
School of Counselling
Consult the timetables and the yearly planners available to effectively plan your course.
- Bachelor Degrees in Counselling
- Graduate Diploma of Counselling
- Masters of Counselling and Psychotherapy
Some School of Counselling courses require a Police Check as a course progression requirement before enrolling for a second term of study. Check your student portal for details.
School of Psychological Sciences
There is a four step process recommended by the School of Psychological Sciences so you'll be able to complete you course within your planned time frame. You can find that here.
School of Social Work
On this page you will find information on your on-campus weekend units and Field Education units. The information is updated each trimester
School of VET
If you are studying a Diploma all subjects in your course will be offered every term- but places can fill up fast so make sure you get in early!
If you are studying Blended Delivery with the School of VET the workshop dates are available here.
Student Placement Information Sessions! - School of Counselling
Student Placement Information sessions will be held in Week 6 of Term 1, 2017 for School of Counselling students enrolled in:
Bachelor of Counselling, Bachelor of Counselling(Coaching), Bachelor of Applied Social Science, Graduate Diploma of Counselling, Master of Counselling and Psychotherapy
If you are enrolled in one of the above courses and about to start the search for placement, this information session is for you!
Topics which will be covered:
- Placement Requirements & Timelines
- What counts as placement hours
- Sonia Online (Placement Management Database)
- Placement Resources
- How to search for a placement
When and Where:
Tuesday, 21st March
11:30 am – 12:00 pm
Level 12, 255 Elizabeth St
Training Room 12.07
Wednesday, 22nd March
12:45 pm – 1: 15 pm
Level 2, 410 Ann St
Training Room 2.22
Monday, 20th March
11:30 am – 12:00 pm
Level 7, 123 Lonsdale St
Training Room 7.05
Student consultations available, contact Melody Howlett to schedule a time. firstname.lastname@example.org
Dropping a unit/subject - Important Information about Post-Census Withdrawal
The census date for Term 1 was Friday 3rd March. This was the last day to finalise your enrolment without academic or financial penalty.
If you are looking at withdrawing from (dropping) a unit or subject after the census date there is some important information you should know.
Re-Enrolling at a later date
You will be able to re-enrol into these units or subjects in a later term via the Student Portal. Please see the academic calendar for information on re-enrolment and census dates for the year. This can be viewed at: http://currentstudents.acap.edu.au/key-dates/
Academic and Financial Status
Students who withdraw from a unit or subject after the approved census date will be liable for the full tuition fees and awarded:
- a grade of ‘Withdrawn Failed’ (WF) for the withdrawn Higher Education unit if withdrawn prior to the end of Week 8 of term
- a grade of ‘Fail’ for the withdrawn Higher Education unit if withdrawn after the end of Week 8 of term
Vocational Education and Training
- a grade of ‘Withdrawn Failed’ for a VET subject withdrawn after census
You can access further information about variations of enrolment here.
Class Space Access
Once your withdrawal has been processed you will no longer have access to the class space for those units or subjects. Please note: When access to the class space is withdrawn submitted assignments or other marked work may be lost. It is your responsibility to retain a copy of any assignments or work submitted prior to your withdrawal.
If you have experienced special circumstances beyond your control and wish to apply for exemption of your tuition fees, you can fill out and return the following form:
Still want to withdraw?
As the census date has now passed in order to withdraw from your course, you will need to complete an online Post-Census Withdrawal Form. This can be accessed at the below link: