Melbourne Easter Period Trading Hours
The Melbourne Campus will be closed from the 30th March until the 2nd April 2018.
Some make up classes have been arranged - please liaise with your educator directly for more information.
Join the ACAP Ambassador Team
Interested in becoming a Student Ambassador? Share your experience at ACAP with prospective students and gain valuable experience in public speaking and professional communication.
How to Apply?
Email your expression of interest along with an updated resume to Tom.Sawicki@acap.edu.au. Applications close Friday 23 March.
For further information please email Tom.Sawicki@acap.edu.au
Download a copy of the position description by clicking here.
A Snapshot Clinical and Theoretical Presentation
The Usefulness of Literature Reviews in Study and Research
Presenter: Chris Platania-Phung
When: Thursday, 22nd March 2018
Where: Room 9.04
This presentation will cover:
- Significance of reviews in this 'Information Age' (21st C)
- Purpose of literature reviews
- Key types of reviews
- Value of literature reviews as a research approach
- Importance of reviews in study and strategic reading
- Writing literature reviews for publication
Why research and writing matters! Chris is an ACAP educator in social sciences and research methods at the Melbourne Campus, Research Fellow at the University of Canberra Faculty of Health, and Research Fellow at the Melbourne Poche Centre for Indigenous Health. Chris' research is broadly about causes of inequalities in health and well-being.
All students are welcome to attend this free seminar - no registration required!
Library open on Saturday
The Melbourne library, located on level 8, 123 Lonsdale Street is open on Saturday mornings from 9.00am – 1.00pm (excluding trimester breaks and public holiday weekends).
Visit libguides.navitas.com for more information
Student Support Counselling
- In person or by phone
- Help in coping with study/academic demands
- Support in dealing with personal & relationship stresses or family issues
- Longer term support – information & referrals
Counselling is available by appointment on the following days:
Tuesday: 11.30am to 5pm, and Thursday: 10am to 4pm
To book a Counselling appointment – please either see or phone Staff at the Level 10 reception desk during office hours. Phone ACAP 1800 061 199 or contact Margaret Golder, Student Counsellor by phone (03) 8613 0630 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
ACAP on line students are requested to contact Leigh Tonks for counselling support. She can be contacted by phone (02) 9964 6355 or email at email@example.com