Your academic companion on your education journey!
Welcome to the Learning Hub
Transitioning to higher education can be a big step, and at the ACAP Learning Hub, we understand that every student's journey is unique. With a diverse student body that brings a wealth of experiences and needs, we're here to provide a supportive and inclusive environment. Our range of services is designed to help you thrive academically, no matter where you're starting from.
1. Online Resources for All
2. Personalised Webinars
Join our relaxed and informative webinars designed to boost your confidence and academic success. Everyone can learn something to help them on their academic journey, and we also believe in addressing specific situations, like returning to study or being a neurodiverse learner. That’s why we offer webinars that cater to your unique requirements.
From study techniques to stress management, addressing assessments, or understanding the higher education system, we’ve got you covered. Our welcoming atmosphere encourages questions via chat, ensuring you get the answers you need. You can see what is on offer and register here.
3. One-on-One Support
Our friendly advisors are ready to guide you through your academic journey.
Whether you need help with sharpening your study skills, navigating learning resources, or juggling your studies with health conditions, disabilities, or caregiving responsibilities, our team is here to support you.
4. Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS)
Collaborate with experienced student peers who care about your success. Our Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) offer subject-specific support, helping you tackle challenging topics with confidence.
5. AccessAbility Access Plans
At ACAP, we are deeply committed to ensuring that every student has equal access to educational opportunities. If you have a disability, chronic health condition, illness, injury, or neurodiversity that affects your academic studies, or if you are a caregiver for someone in these circumstances, AccessAbility Access Plans are here to ensure you have reasonable adjustments in place to support you to meet the inherent requirements of your course. To get your plan in place before you start you can:
How to register for support with AccessAbility Disability Service
a) Health Practitioner’s Report: If you have a physical and/or mental health condition or disability, this report must be written in English, dated within the past 6 months, include the practitioner’s provider number, recommended reasonable adjustments, and be signed or authenticated. For mental health conditions, please have your psychologist or psychiatrist complete the report. If you require a First Aid Plan, ask your health practitioner to complete this as well.
b) Learning Assessment Report: If you are applying for reasonable adjustments due to a learning disability, provide a report describing the learning disability, its impact on your studies, and recommended reasonable adjustments.
c) Centrelink Documentation Confirming Carer Status: If you are applying as a carer and receive Carer Payment or Carer Allowance, submit Centrelink documentation confirming your carer status.
d) Evidence of Participation in the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS): If you have a physical and/or mental health condition or disability, or if you are a carer, provide current evidence of participation in the NDIS.
Once we receive your documents, our team will work closely with you to provide practical, individualised supports tailored to your needs, ensuring your success in your studies.