Student Guide

2010
VET

U T S T N E D E D

Disclaimer While all reasonable efforts have been made to ensure that the information in this publication is correct, matters covered by this publication are subject to change. Completion dates for some courses were not available at time of printing; please contact the Information Centre for further information. Charles Darwin University does not assume and hereby disclaims any express or implied liability whatsoever to any party for any loss or damage caused by errors or omissions, whether these errors or omissions result from negligence, accident or any other cause. Published November 2009 CRICOS Provider 00300K.

CONTENTS
Introduction......................................... 3
Welcome ........................................................................................................3 Who needs this guide? .................................................................................3 Courses available at CDU in 2010...............................................................4 How do I add and/or withdraw from a unit? .......................................... 11 Withdrawal from a course ......................................................................... 11 Change of course ....................................................................................... 12 Skills Recognition - Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) ...................... 12 Credit Transfer or Recognition of Previous Study .................................. 13

Enrolment process ................................ 5
Enrolling in a VET course .............................................................................5 When do I need to complete my enrolment form by? .............................5 Student number ............................................................................................5 I have completed my enrolment form, what happens next? ....................6 I have received my Enrolment and Fees Advice - Invoice, what should I do?..........................................................................................6 How will I know when to attend classes for internal/mixed mode units? .........................................................................6 Timetables ......................................................................................................7 Computer accounts .......................................................................................7 Can I view my enrolment details online? ...................................................7 External students ...........................................................................................8 Student ID cards............................................................................................9

What fees do I need to pay? ................. 14
Tuition fees exemptions ............................................................................. 14 Applying for exemption from tuition fees ............................................... 15 Summary of Tuition Fees for NT Residents for Courses Subsidised by the NT Government .............................................................................. 15 Fees for domestic students NOT in an NT Government-subsidised Place (full fees) ........................................................................................... 16 RPL fees ....................................................................................................... 17 International students................................................................................ 17 VET Contract Delivery ............................................................................... 17 Credit Transfer - No Charge ...................................................................... 17 Teaching periods......................................................................................... 17 When do I pay my fees.............................................................................. 17 How do I pay my fees? .............................................................................. 18 What happens if I do not pay my fees? ................................................... 19 Refunds ....................................................................................................... 19

Changing your enrolment.................... 10
What constitutes a change of enrolment? ............................................... 10 How do I change my enrolment? ............................................................. 10

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CONTENTS
Student support services ..................... 20
Careers and Employment .......................................................................... 20 Complaint resolution ................................................................................. 20 Counselling ................................................................................................. 20 Disability support ....................................................................................... 21 Equity information, assistance and support ............................................ 21 Indigenous Academic Support (IAS) ........................................................ 22 International student support ................................................................... 23 Language, literacy and numeracy support for students ......................... 23 Student accommodation and loans ......................................................... 24 Study skills assistance – Academic language and learning facilitator............................................................................... 24 Internet access ............................................................................................ 27 IT Support Desk ......................................................................................... 28 International students................................................................................ 29 Library and Learning Precinct ................................................................... 29 Memorandum of Grades ........................................................................... 30 Occupational Health and Safety............................................................... 31 Photocopying / Printing ............................................................................ 31 Plagiarism .................................................................................................... 31 Scholarships ................................................................................................ 31 Security on campus .................................................................................... 31 Sexual harassment...................................................................................... 32 Student conduct ......................................................................................... 33 Opening hours............................................................................................ 33 Team contact details .................................................................................. 35

A-Z – other information ...................... 25
Academic Record/ Final Transcript ........................................................... 25 Accommodation ......................................................................................... 25 Bookshop .................................................................................................... 25 Centrelink.................................................................................................... 25 Childcare centre.......................................................................................... 26 Computer facilities ..................................................................................... 26 Email ........................................................................................................ 27 Graduation .................................................................................................. 27 Gymnasium and sports association ......................................................... 27
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Campus Maps and Keys ....................... 39
Alice Springs campus ................................................................................. 39 Palmerston campus .................................................................................... 40 Casuarina campus ...................................................................................... 41

INTRODUCTION
Welcome
Charles Darwin University (CDU) is the Northern Territory’s own university and delivers training and education to more than 20,000 students. People come from throughout the Territory, all states of Australia and overseas to study at one of CDU’s eight campuses and centres. Most CDU students study Vocational Education and Training (VET) courses that qualify them to work in a wide range of jobs. At CDU, VET courses also provide many pathways to Higher Education study. Our VET courses will help you to develop a range of work skills that are in demand in the current marketplace. No matter who you are or where you are in your life, CDU can help to change your world. This guide provides the information you will need to become a CDU student, including information on enrolment processes. It will help you to access the services that we provide to students.

Who needs this guide?
The 2010 VET Student Guide is for anyone who is interested in completing a unit, course or qualification at CDU. To study a VET course, you must be 15 years of age at the time of enrolment unless: • you are at secondary school and CDU has the school principal’s endorsement for you to take part as a 14-year-old • you are at school in a remote community and are 14 years of age at the time of enrolment • you are at school in a remote community and CDU has the school principal’s endorsement for you to participate as a 13-year-old. CDU has a policy regarding the age of children allowed on campus. Any child under the age of 15 years, who is attending a CDU campus or centre, must be accompanied by a responsible adult provided by the secondary school or parents/guardians.

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INTRODUCTION
Courses available at CDU in 2010
The VET program delivery is flexible and varies according to client demand. Students are encouraged to refer to the University’s website at www.cdu.edu.au/courses for the most up-to-date list of courses. Not all courses are available to secondary school students through VET in Schools programs. Where a course or individual unit of competency is offered as a VET in Schools program, the relevant details are specified in the course information on the website listed above. Some courses are available only under an Australian apprenticeship.

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ENROLMENT PROCESS
The enrolment process is a contract between yourself and CDU, indicating your commitment to complete one or more units, a course or a qualification. At the same time, CDU staff are committed to providing the best quality services, including the delivery of your units or courses, the administrative processes associated with your student experience from enrolment to graduation, and the facilities and equipment we provide to support the delivery of our programs. You are encouraged to contact the team relevant to your course by phone, fax, email or mail if you wish to obtain extra information, or to clarify any issues or questions you may have. Contact details are listed at the back of this guide.

When do I need to complete my enrolment form by?
An enrolment form should be completed before the start of your course or by negotiation with the Team responsible for delivery of the course.

Student number
Students who have studied previously at CDU (or NTU or Centralian College) already have a student number. Your student number is unique and will remain the same while you are a student at the University. New students will be issued with a student number when their enrolment is processed electronically at the University. Your student number will be printed on your Enrolment and Fees Advice – Invoice. If you have been allocated more than one student number, advise the relevant Team Customer Service Officer or regional centre immediately. Your student number should be quoted on all correspondence with the University. For further information on completing an enrolment form go to www.cdu.edu.au/cduvet/enrol.html.

Enrolling in a VET course
You need to enrol if you want to begin studying or to continue studying in 2010. Once you have selected the course(s) in which you would like to enrol, you should complete the personal and statistical details on the 2010 VET Enrolment Form and then arrange a time with the relevant Team Leader or Delegate to discuss and complete your enrolment.

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ENROLMENT PROCESS
I have completed my enrolment form, what happens next?
Once you have completed all sections of your enrolment form, the information will be entered into the University’s Student Management System by a Customer Service Officer in the Industry Team responsible for the delivery of your course. Customer Service Officers are your first point of contact if you have any queries about the status or details of your enrolment. Team contact details, including locations, phone numbers and email addresses are listed at the back of this Guide. Once your enrolment has been processed, an Enrolment and Fees Advice – Invoice will be printed and sent to your postal address. Enrolment and Fees Advices - Invoices also are generated automatically when your requests for changes to your enrolment are processed. During peak enrolment periods, you may experience delays between the period of submitting an enrolment form and receiving an Enrolment and Fees Advice - Invoice.

I have received my Enrolment and Fees Advice - Invoice, what should I do?
The Enrolment and Fees Advice - Invoice serves several purposes. It lists your personal details, your student ID, and the course and units you have enrolled in, as well as the amount of fees that you need to pay and by when. Check this Advice/Invoice to ensure all details have been recorded accurately, and contact the Customer Service Officer relevant to your course immediately if you have any queries. The relevant Team contact details will be on the back of your Enrolment and Fees Advice – Invoice.

How will I know when to attend classes for internal/mixed mode units?
Once you have submitted your enrolment form, consider yourself enrolled and start attending classes. You do not have to wait to receive your Invoice or any other form of written confirmation of enrolment before you attend classes. If you are an apprentice, you will receive a letter advising you of class attendance dates.

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ENROLMENT PROCESS
Timetables
Timetables for 2010 are accessible at www.cdu.edu.au/studentnet, then click on Timetables. The published timetable will be subject to changes, but CDU will attempt to keep these to a minimum. Changes will be updated automatically to the web. It is your responsibility to check this information periodically. If you have any questions or are unable to find the timetable for your class on the web, please contact your Team Customer Service Officer.

Can I view my enrolment details online?
Yes. Your Enrolment and Fees Advice – Invoice will include your Student ID, which is a six digit code unique to yourself. You need your Student ID to activate your computer account and to set your password (see computer accounts above). Once your account is activated go to www.cdu.edu.au/studentnet and click on My Student Info link under the My CDU heading to view your enrolment details, results and personal details. For any questions, please contact: IT Support P: 08 8946 6600 E: itms-support@cdu.edu.au W: www.cdu.edu.au/itms

Computer accounts
After you enrol and receive your Enrolment and Fees Advice – Invoice, you will need to activate your student computer account. This must be done before you can use the computer labs, Internet or email. You can activate your computer account using the general access computers at the Information Centre, the Library, or at the Support Desk. If you are not on campus, you can activate your student account from any computer that has Internet access. To activate your account visit www.cdu.edu.au/studentnet and select the link student computer account under the My Computer Account heading. Once this has been completed, you are ready to use the labs, the Internet and email.

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ENROLMENT PROCESS
External students
If you have elected to study units in external mode, you will either: • be sent printed unit materials so you can complete the unit or • you will receive access to Learnline, where the unit is taught on-line using Internet facilities. It is important to check your study requirements carefully as external units vary, for example some units are self-paced, while others have set deadlines for completion of work. Students enrolling in external units must indicate the mode as ‘E’ for each external unit on their enrolment form. This will ensure study materials are sent in a timely manner. External Student Support provides support and assistance to CDU students who are studying units and courses in external mode. They also manage the dispatch of print-based study materials, assignment tracking, external examinations and Open Universities contact for both CDU and non CDU students. Note: If you do not receive your study materials within a week of the unit starting, contact External Student Support immediately to check whether your materials have been sent. It is very important to advise the University of any changes to your postal address otherwise we cannot guarantee that you will receive your study materials in a timely manner. Students enrolling in units that are Learnline supported or delivered fully online using Blackboard should indicate the mode as ‘M’ for each unit on their enrolment form. If you have any concerns relating to any of these issues, contact: External Student Support P: 08 8946 6483 E: ess@cdu.edu.au External Student Support Flexible Delivery Team – TLQG Charles Darwin University Darwin, NT 0909 Learnline Student Support P: 1800 559 347 E: learnlinesupport@cdu.edu.au

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ENROLMENT PROCESS
Student ID cards
When your enrolment has been processed and confirmed, you are entitled to a Student Identification Card (Photo ID) which can be obtained at the Information Centre located on the ground floor in Building Orange 1, Casuarina campus, Building A Palmerston campus or at the Information Centre at Alice Springs campus. You will need to provide photographic ID (driver’s licence or passport) when requesting a student card. If you are unable to provide such documentation you should contact P: 1800 061 963 for advice. External students can obtain a card by completing GEN103 – Student Cards for External Students form available from the Information Centre or at www.cdu.edu.au/ studentnet/adminforms. Your student card provides access to University facilities such as the Library, after-hours computer labs, some discounts at the University Bookshop and other discounts where notified by the business concerned. Student cards are issued to students free of charge. A $15 administration fee will apply when a lost card is replaced. Stolen cards can be replaced free of charge when the application is accompanied by a police incident number.

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CHANGING YOUR ENROLMENT
What constitutes a change of enrolment?
A change of enrolment can include one or more of the following actions: • Add and/or substitute a unit • Withdrawal from a unit • Withdrawal from a course • Change of course • Application for Credit Transfer for Recognition of Previous Studies, and/or • Application for Skills Recognition – Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) the person sending the email request. Identifiers could include: student identification number, date of birth, and postal address. You should direct your written change to the relevant CDU Centre or Team. To hasten the process please state: • your student number • full name • course code and name, and • any other details about the change, such as unit code and unit name. Ensure you provide your most current postal address, phone number and email address, so we can contact you if we have a question. Also ensure that you date all correspondence and keep a copy for your own records. An Enrolment and Fees Advice - Invoice confirming your amended enrolment will be sent to you once a change to your enrolment has been processed. For any questions, please contact: Customer Service Officer. Contact details are listed on the back of your Enrolment and Fees Advice - Invoice.

How do I change my enrolment?
Make all changes to your enrolment in writing. The change should be submitted on the relevant form available from any Information Centre, CDU Centre or Team, or a copy can be obtained at: www.cdu. edu.au/studentnet/adminforms. Where it is not convenient to obtain the relevant form, you may submit your change in writing either by letter, fax or email to the relevant Team. If you choose to email the Team, you need to provide at least three identifiers that show you as
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How do I add and/or withdraw from a unit?
To amend your enrolment by adding and/or withdrawing a unit, complete a Change of Enrolment/Withdrawal from Course form, have it authorised by the relevant Team Leader/Delegate and submit it to the relevant Team immediately. Ensure you have ticked the box on your form to indicate that you are changing your enrolment. For any questions, please contact: Customer Service Officer. Contact details are listed on the back of your Enrolment and Fees Advice - Invoice. Note: Ensure that you submit your Change of Enrolment/ Withdrawal from Course form within 14 days from the start of the units you are withdrawing from to avoid financial penalty. Fees will apply if you choose to withdraw more than 14 days after the unit begins. Applications for withdrawal from a unit received after the following dates will not be processed: • 11 June 2010, for units you are enrolled in for Teaching Periods 1 and 2. • 19 November 2010, for units you are enrolled in for Teaching Periods 3 and 4. You cannot withdraw from units once you have been assessed and found to be competent or not competent in the unit. Students cannot add units to a completed award.

Withdrawal from a course
If you want to withdraw from your course of study, you may benefit from discussing your situation with your Team Leader/Delegate or a Student Facilitator. Often an alternative solution other than withdrawal can be found. To withdraw from your course, complete a Change of Enrolment/ Withdrawal from Course form and submit it to the relevant Team before the final assessment. Ensure you have ticked the box on your form to indicate that you are withdrawing from your course. This form can be found at www.cdu.edu.au/studentnet/adminforms. All changes to your enrolment are effective from the date your written notification is received and date-stamped by CDU. It is not sufficient just to tell your Lecturer that you are withdrawing from a course. NONATTENDANCE at classes does not automatically cancel your enrolment, nor does it cancel your student debt. Note: To avoid financial penalty, you should submit your Change of Enrolment/ Withdrawal from a Course form (ensuring you have ticked the Withdrawal from Course box) within 14 days of the start of the course. A Customer Service Officer will notify you in writing when your request has been processed. For any questions, please contact: Customer Service Officer. Contact details are listed on the back of your Enrolment and Fees Advice - Invoice.
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CHANGING YOUR ENROLMENT
Change of course
Students wishing to change to another course should consult the relevant Customer Service Officer. To change course you must complete: • an Enrolment Form for the new course, and • a Change of Enrolment/ Withdrawal from Course Form (with the Withdrawal from Course box ticked) to cancel your current course (unless you wish to study both courses at the same time). Your change of course must be authorised by the Team Leader/ Delegate of the new course to which you are transferring. If you have completed any units that may be relevant to your new course, you may need to apply formally for credit for these units towards your new course by completing a Credit Transfer Form. A credit transfer is not an automatic transaction unless your previous studies were with CDU (NTU or Centralian College) and it is your responsibility to ensure that your record is correct. While you are enrolled in more than one course, you cannot seek credit transfer for units that have not been completed successfully in one course towards another course. For any questions, please contact: Customer Service Officer. Contact details are listed on the back of your Enrolment and Fees Advice - Invoice.
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Skills Recognition - Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
RPL is the acknowledgement of a person's skills and knowledge acquired through previous training, work or life experience, which may be used to grant status or credit in a subject regardless of how and where they were attained, including overseas. This can include skills from: • previous study excluding courses at another VET/TAFE institution, but including courses at school or college • through adult education classes or training programs at work • work experience (including both paid and unpaid work); and/or • life experience (for example, leisure pursuits or voluntary work). RPL is a form of assessment. It is used to determine if a person has gained, through formal or informal learning, the skills and experience consistent with the stated competency standards that make up a qualification. RPL is not linked to time, so there are no limits on how or when the skills were acquired. However, the skills that have been acquired through life experience, for example, must be current and must match the Elements and Performance Criteria contained in the individual unit. Students seeking RPL should indicate this on their enrolment form when enrolling. For further information on VET

CHANGING YOUR ENROLMENT
Application Guidelines for RPL refer to www.cdu.edu.au/studentnet/ RPL_guideforapplicants.pdf. For any questions, please contact: Customer Service Officer. Contact details are listed on the back of your Enrolment and Fees Advice - Invoice. University either in person or by mail. Requests without documentary evidence will not be processed and will be returned to students. There are no fees attached to credit transfers. For any questions, please contact: Customer Service Officer. Contact details are listed on the back of your Enrolment and Fees Advice - Invoice.

Credit Transfer or Recognition of Previous Study
CDU, as a Registered Training Organisation, recognises the Australian Qualifications Framework qualifications and Statements of Attainment issued by any other Australian Registered Training Organisation. Students are encouraged to submit any requests for credit from previous studies when enrolling to ensure that they are not enrolling in units they may not need to undertake. To apply for credit transfer from units completed at another training organisation, complete an Application for Credit Transfer (Recognition of Previous Studies) Form available from any campus, Centre, Team or www.cdu.edu.au/ studentnet/adminforms. Your completed Application for Credit Transfer (Recognition of Previous Studies) Form, together with attached documentary evidence (certified copy of Qualification/Statement of Attainment) to support your request for credit transfer, should be submitted directly to the
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WHAT FEES DO I NEED TO PAY?
Students undertaking VET courses at CDU usually are charged a fee. The amount depends on the student’s details and what is being studied. Domestic and international students pay different fees. A person enrolling for study is considered a domestic student if they are: • Australian citizens, or • Permanent Australian residents, or • New Zealand citizens who have lived in Australia permanently for a minimum of six months immediately before undertaking a VET course. Domestic students living in the Northern Territory (NT) are eligible to apply for enrolment in NT Government-subsidised places. Students enrolling in NT Government-subsidised places may be charged tuition fees. Domestic students who are not NT residents and are starting a course in 2010 are not eligible for NT Government-subsidised places and are charged full fees. Some courses and places for VET study are not subsidised by the NT Government. Domestic students enrolling for study in these will be charged full fees regardless of residency. International students are NOT domestic students. International students are charged fees at different rates to domestic students, and are not normally eligible for NT Government-subsidised places.
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Tuition fees exemptions
a) Centrelink or Veteran’s Affairs Benefits At the time of enrolment, students who receive a Centrelink or Veteran’s Affairs Benefit will be tuition fee exempt. b) Secondary school students At the time of enrolment, secondary school students will receive tuition fee exemption by providing details of their secondary school on the enrolment form and indicating that their results are to be reported to their secondary school. c) Humanitarian or Refugee Visa Holders Individuals holding a Permanent Resident Visa (Humanitarian) or a Permanent Resident Visa (Refugee) are tuition fee exempt. d) Remote Area 2 If you are living in the Northern Territory and your course is conducted in the NT more than 50km away from all the towns listed below, you are eligible for an exemption from tuition fees as a Remote Area 2 student: • • • • Alice Springs Batchelor Darwin Jabiru • • • • Katherine Nhulunbuy Palmerston Tennant Creek

WHAT FEES DO I NEED TO PAY?
Applying for exemption from tuition fees
A certified copy of your current Centrelink or Veteran’s Affairs Card must support and be attached to your application for fee exemption. Permanent residents with refugee or humanitarian status must supply and attach a certified copy of their visa or passport with their application. Note: If your Application for Exemption from VET Tuition Fees is not submitted at the same time as your 2010 VET Enrolment Form, the exemption will apply from the start of the Teaching Period in which the Application for VET Tuition Fees Form is submitted.

Summary of Tuition Fees for NT Residents for Courses Subsidised by the NT Government
Courses subsidised by the NT Government Enrolled secondary school students (this includes secondary school students who are not Australian citizens or permanent residents) Flexible Response Funded and Community Response Funded students Students who at the time of enrolment receive a Centrelink Benefit Remote Area 2 students Students who at the time of enrolment are prisoners Permanent residents with refugee or humanitarian status $2.00 per nominal hour Exempt Exempt Exempt Exempt Exempt Exempt

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WHAT FEES DO I NEED TO PAY?
Fees for domestic students NOT in an NT Government-subsidised Place (full fees)
Domestic students may enrol in VET courses that are not subsidised by the NT Government. Enrolment in these courses will attract full fees, and no fee exemption applies. This occurs typically in the following instances: • Student demand has exceeded the number of subsidised places so only non-subsidised places may be available; or • The student is not an NT resident. All courses are charged at a flat rate dependent on the Industry Group that the course belongs to. The Industry Group Rates are as shown in the following table: Industry Group 16 05 13 17 18 01 04 07 10 11 12 14 15 19 21 02 03 06 09 Business and Clerical Finance, Banking and Insurance Tourism and Hospitality Computing Science, Technical and Other Arts, Entertainment, Sports and Recreation Community Services, Health and Education TCF and Furnishings Primary Industry Process Manufacturing Sales and Personal Service Transport and Storage Utilities General Education and Training Exceptions – Cookery Automotive Building and Construction Food Processing Engineering and Mining Charge per Nominal Hour $7.50

$8

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NB: Some fees were still under revision at the time of going to print. Please check the website for the most recent information www.cdu.edu.au/cduvet/ student-guide10/fees.html

WHAT FEES DO I NEED TO PAY?
RPL fees
For NT Government-subsidised courses, the RPL fee will be identical to the VET tuition fee. For domestic students in non-subsidised courses, the RPL fee will be based on a full cost recovery basis. The maximum fee payable will be equal to the full-fee rate as shown above. For international students, the cost of RPL is covered by the international fee for the particular course.

Teaching periods
1 2 4 January – 31 March 1 April – 30 June 3 4 1 July – 30 September 1 October – 31 December

When do I pay my fees?
All fees are payable 14 days from the invoice date on your Enrolment and Fees Advice – Invoice. The Enrolment and Fees Advice - Invoice serves as an INVOICE for the purpose of fees owing. For example, on enrolment, you will have 14 days to pay from the date of the Invoice. If you change your enrolment, you will have 14 days to pay from the date of the Invoice reflecting the change. If you fail to pay, a Reminder Notice will be issued on the 15th day of each month within a Teaching Period. For unpaid fees, a Final Notice will be issued 14 days after the end-date of each Teaching Period (e.g. Teaching Period 1 - 1 January to 31 March – Final Notice issued on 14 April). For any questions, please contact: Customer Service Officer. Contact details are listed on the back of your Reminder and Final Notices.

International students
International students enrolling in VET courses are charged coursedependent fees. Course fees are listed on the University’s international website at www.cdu.edu.au/international or contact International Office Enquiries on P: 08 8946 7215 or email E: international@cdu.edu.au.

VET Contract Delivery
For courses where training is for a specific client, prices and availability will be given on application to the University.

Credit Transfer – No Charge
CDU, as a Registered Training Organisation, recognises the Australian Quality Framework qualification and Statements of Attainment issued by any other Australian Registered Training Organisation.

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WHAT FEES DO I NEED TO PAY?
How do I pay my fees?
Your Enrolment and Fees Advice – Invoice is notification of fees owing, together with confirmation of your enrolment. Normally, the University does not issue any other invoice unless specifically requested by a Third Party/Sponsor. The Enrolment and Fees Advice – Invoice serves as an invoice for the purpose of notification of fees owing. An Enrolment and Fees Advice – Invoice will be sent to you after your enrolment has been processed, unless otherwise specified. The Enrolment and Fees Advice – Invoice should be checked thoroughly for accuracy. If you posted your completed enrolment form to the University and have not received your Enrolment and Fees Advice – Invoice within four weeks of posting, or if you have any queries regarding your Enrolment and Fees Advice – Invoice, contact your Team Customer Service Officer for assistance. It is the student’s responsibility to advise the University in writing of any change of address. Non-receipt of an Invoice due to relocation does not reduce a student’s responsibility for fees owing. For any questions, please contact: Customer Service Officer. Contact details are listed on the back of your Enrolment and Fees Advice - Invoice. Methods of payment Fees can be paid in various ways, depending on the type of enrolment undertaken. Payments can be made by:
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• Pay Online: www.payonline.cdu.edu.au/ Select Transaction Student Fee Payment. • BPay: Contact your participating financial institution to make a payment. Please quote Biller Code and your Reference Number, which is printed on the front of your Enrolment and Fees Advice – Invoice. • Credit Card via telephone: Visa Card, MasterCard, Diners and American Express are accepted. Credit card details can be directed to the Cashier by telephone P: 08 8946 7191 or 08 8946 7192, by fax F: 08 8946 6544 or by email E: cashiers@cdu.edu.au. You will need to provide your student number, cardholder’s name, credit card number, expiry date of the card and CCV number on the back of the card. • Payments in person: Cash, cheque, money order or credit card are accepted at the Cashier’s Office located on the Ground Floor of Building Orange 1 Casuarina campus, the Administration Building at Palmerston campus and the Information Centre at Alice Springs campus. EFTPOS facilities are available. • Cheque and money order payments by mail should be made payable to Charles Darwin University and mailed to: Cashier, Charles Darwin University, DARWIN NT 0909. Include your name, address and student number on the back of the cheque together with a contact number for business hours.

WHAT FEES DO I NEED TO PAY?
• Instalment payments can be made where financial difficulty is encountered and an Instalment Agreement Plan has been arranged – there are some restrictions and/or conditions. Fees must be more than $100 to enter into an instalment agreement. For more information contact CDU on P: 1800 061 963 or refer to http://www. cdu.edu.au/cduvet/student-guide10/PaymentByInstalment.html. CentrePay deductions CentrePay deductions are an option for those students who receive Centrelink benefits and whose fees are $100 or more and are utilising the CDU Instalment Plan Agreement. Cashier details A University Cashier is located at any Information Centre or CDU Centre. This is where you pay your fees and any other money you owe the University. Casuarina campus Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 8:30am – 4pm Wednesday 8:30am – 6pm Friday 8.30am – 3pm Alice Springs campus Monday to Thursday 8.30am – 4pm Friday 8.30am – 3pm Palmerston campus Monday to Friday 8.30am - 3.30pm. 1st floor building A Regional locations Nhulunbuy, Jabiru, Katherine, Katherine Rural campus and Tennant Creek: Payment can be made at these CDU Centres. All centres, with the exception of Jabiru, have credit card facilities available. Refer also to the previous Methods of Payment section.

What happens if I do not pay my fees?
The consequences of non-payment of fees are covered by Charles Darwin University Fees and Charges By-Laws 5(1) and are set out at www.cdu.edu.au/governance/bylaws.html.

Refunds
For further information http://www.cdu.edu.au/cduvet/student-guide10/ RefundsPolicy.html. For any questions, please contact: Customer Service Officer. Contact details are listed on the back of your Enrolment and Fees Advice - Invoice.

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STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES
Careers and Employment
Staff from Careers and Employment are available to assist current CDU students and graduates with career counselling and the development of strategies for effective personal career management. Telephone counselling is available for students studying externally or who are unable to attend the CDU Casuarina or Alice Springs campuses. At Casuarina, Careers and Employment is located in the Information Centre, Building Orange 1, Level 1. P: 08 8946 6849 or Freecall 1800 061 963. At Alice Springs, Careers and Employment is located in the Information Centre, Building 1. Level 1, P: 08 8959 5312 or Freecall 1800 654 865. E: careers@cdu.edu.au For further information: www.cdu.edu.au/careers. review process, a student academic complaint and appeals process and student/staff grievance process for complaints about discrimination and harassment. Support and Equity Services: Alice Springs P: 08 8959 5216 Casuarina P: 08 8946 6288 For further information: www.cdu.edu.au/ses/student-complaints.html.

Counselling
Professional, confidential and free counselling services are offered to students through Support and Equity Services. The Student Facilitator (Counselling) has expertise in working with people who are dealing with a wide range of personal, study and cross-cultural issues. Information about local community services is also available through the counselling service. Support and Equity Services: Alice Springs P: 08 8959 5216 Casuarina P: 08 8946 6288 For further information: www.cdu.edu.au/ses/student-support.html.

Complaint resolution
Support and information are available through Support and Equity Services to resolve grievances and complaints either with other students, University staff or University administrative or academic complaints and appeals. To assist students in the resolution of complaints and appeals, the University has developed a student administrative complaints and
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Disability support
CDU is committed to providing an accessible, supportive, safe and inclusive learning environment for students who have a disability. If you have a disability, illness or injury that may impact on your studies, contact the Student Facilitator Disabilities, to discuss the range of adjustments that could be put in place to address the effects of a disability on your ability to study. As a prospective student, you are encouraged to contact the University as soon as possible so the impact of your disability or medical condition on your studies can be identified and services organised if they are required. All enquiries are confidential. The Student Facilitator is located at Support and Equity Services in Building Blue 1, Casuarina campus and in the Learning Precinct, Alice Springs campus. Support and Equity Services: Alice Springs P: 08 8959 5216 Casuarina P: 08 8946 6288 For further information: www.cdu.edu.au/ses/disabilitysupp.html.

Equity information, assistance and support
It is the objective of CDU to ensure the absence of all forms of discrimination and harassment based on gender, marital status, race and age, disability or sexual preference in relation to all facets of student participation at the University. Support and Equity Services assists students who believe discrimination may be occurring, by discussing and clarifying the situation and exploring with students their rights, responsibilities and options to resolve the matter. Support and Equity Services: Alice Springs P: 08 8959 5216 Casuarina P: 08 8946 6288 For further information: www.cdu.edu.au/ses/equityinfo.html.

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STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES
Indigenous Academic Support (IAS)
The IAS team is located within the Office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor – Indigenous Leadership and provides high-level support and assistance to Indigenous students studying at CDU through: • Provision of specialist orientation programs for new Indigenous students • Assistance with enrolment applications and course information • Provision of academic support and referrals for tutoring from the Indigenous Tutorial Assistance Scheme (ITAS), through which individual or group tutorial assistance can be arranged • Access to a well-appointed Indigenous student common room, computer lab, tutorial room and large undercover seating area with fans and lights at Casuarina campus. Excellent student facilities are also available at Palmerston, Katherine and Alice Springs campuses • Assistance with top-up printing costs of VET and HE students • Referral to support agencies (e.g. counsellors) and information and assistance for accessing other services on campus (e.g. Support and Equity Services, which also includes access to disability services) • Assistance with finding suitable accommodation through North Flinders International House, Mission Australia or Aboriginal Hostels
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• Provision of information about scholarships and other opportunities that are available for students from time to time, as well as assistance with preparing and submitting scholarship applications • Provision of advocacy support (e.g. helping to deal with study problems, scholarship payments, access to Centrelink/Abstudy, etc) • Regular visits to schools and community organisations to talk about study options and educational and career pathways available at CDU • Preparation and broad email distribution of monthly Indigenous student newsletter. For further information contact: Gurinbey, Casuarina campus Building Blue 2 P: 08 8946 7413 Duwun, Palmerston campus Building A P: 08 8946 7860 Akaltye, Alice Springs campus Located at the rear of the Information Centre P: 08 8959 5411

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Yangan.garr, Katherine Rural campus Located in the Library building P: 08 8973 8348 Tennant Creek Centre Located in the Tennant Creek Training Centre P: 08 8962 0704 Nhulunbuy Centre Located at the Nhulunbuy campus P: 08 8986 8613 General enquiries Gurinbey Building Blue 2, Casuarina campus Charles Darwin University Casuarina NT 0909 P: 08 8946 7413 F: 08 8946 6064 E: IASUReception@cdu.edu.au For further information www.cdu.edu.au/iasu international students with information and support on arrival at CDU, assists in resolving concerns encountered during their study time, and helps to prepare them for their return home. To make an appointment to see the international student facilitator, contact; Support and Equity Services: Casuarina P: 08 8946 6288 For further information go to www.cdu.edu.au/ses/international-std. html and download the International Student Guide.

Language, literacy and numeracy support for students
If you have difficulty with language, literacy and numeracy, support is available by speaking to your Lecturer.

International student support
The International Student Facilitator is located in Support and Equity Services, Building Blue 1, Room 27. The Facilitator provides
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Student accommodation and loans
The Student Facilitator (Reception) in Support and Equity Services maintains and updates information for students seeking accommodation information and application forms for emergency student loans. Support and Equity Services: Alice Springs P: 08 8959 5216 Casuarina P: 08 8946 6288 For further information: www.cdu.edu.au/ses/accommodation.html and www.cdu.edu.au/ses/studentloans.html.

Study skills assistance – Academic language and learning facilitator
The development of skills in areas such as time management, essay writing, understanding academic expectations and examination preparation is available through the Academic Language and Support Program. The Academic Language and Learning Facilitator provides individual information sessions and group workshops on study-related topics throughout the year. An interactive webpage is also available to assist students to develop their own study skills. Contact: Academic Language and Learning Support Program Casuarina P: 08 8946 6557 For further information www.cdu.edu.au/allsp/.

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Academic Record / Final Transcript
The Information Centre at Casuarina initially provides an Academic Record/Final Transcript and a Certificate of Completion free of charge at the time of graduation from a specified course. Final Transcripts and Certificates of Completion will not be issued where fees remain outstanding. A replacement charge of $15 a copy applies for any further requests for a Final Transcript. You may apply for replacement certificates at other campuses or centres, but they are issued only by the Examination and Graduation area located at Casuarina campus. Request forms are available at www.cdu.edu.au/studentnet. For further information contact the Casuarina Information Centre. Students also can access their academic records by using their own username and password from the CDU Current Students webpage - My Student Info. P: 1800 061 963 E: student.admin@cdu.edu.au W: www.cdu.edu.au/student The Katherine Rural campus also has accommodation. For details about fees and costs, contact Katherine Rural campus P: 08 8973 8311.

Bookshop
The CDU Bookshop is located on the ground floor of the Commercial Building, Building Red 1, Casuarina campus. It stocks textbooks, general and reference books, stationery, technical equipment, and a fast mail-order service for external students. For further information: P: 08 8946 6497 E: bookshop@cdu.edu.au W: www.cdu.edu.au/bookshop

Centrelink
Centrelink offers a range of services to students. Centrelink contacts are: Abstudy P: 13 23 17 Youth Allowance/Austudy P: 13 24 90 For further information www.centrelink.gov.au and follow the prompts.

Accommodation
North Flinders International House (NFIH) provides accommodation on the Casuarina campus. For details about the application process, fees and costs go to www.cdu.edu.au/nfih or P: 08 8946 6591.

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Childcare centre
The CDU Childcare Centre is located on Casuarina campus at Building Green 3. It operates from Monday to Friday 7.30am to 6pm. For information about places and fees P: 08 8946 6913. Refer also to www. cdu.edu.au/fas/childcare.html. sexist or other comments that contravene Federal or Territory equal opportunity legislation. Palmerston campus Building A is open week days between 7am and 1am. Your Student Card is required for after hours access. To obtain access to computer labs outside these hours, contact Security or the Assistant Facilities Officer located at the Reception area of Building A. P: 08 8946 7888. Katherine Rural campus and Tennant Creek Centre Available during regular business hours: 8am to 4pm. Jabiru An Open Learning Room is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Access is via a DET swipe card issued on payment of a $10 deposit at the administration desk in Jabiru Training Centre. Nhulunbuy The Open Learning Centre is a DET facility available to CDU students between 8am and 4pm, Monday to Friday. Students requiring after hours access can obtain a key after paying a $50 deposit. Note: Students must supply their own paper, and ITMS assistance is not available as these are not CDU computers.

Computer facilities
The Casuarina campus has eight general PC labs. Computer laboratories on the second floor of Building Orange 1 are available for student use and are open week days between 7am and 1am. Access to all other computer labs requires approval from the relevant division representative. Arrange for your Student Card to give you after hours access by taking the card to the enquiries counter at any campus Information Centre. Also refer to information provided under ‘Library and Learning Precinct’ in this Guide. Alice Springs campus The Alice Springs campus Library has a large number of computers available for student use during operating hours. The Library also has a number of quiet study carrels available with computer outlets for student laptops. Students could be charged under the Student Conduct By-Laws if they are found to be misusing computers and, in particular, accessing pornographic material or sending emails that contain racist,
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Email
Students are entitled to an email service hosted by the University. This service is web-based (such as Hotmail or similar), making it available wherever you can access the Internet. Its use is governed by the University’s Information Technology Policies and By-laws, and by the Telecommunications Act.

Gymnasium and sports association
The CDU Sports Association operates a modern, air-conditioned gymnasium located at Building Green 2 on Casuarina campus. Membership fees are well-priced and suitable for a student budget. For information on the current clubs, the University Games, and how you can become involved P: 08 8946 6971 and refer to www.cdu.edu.au/ sport.

Graduation
Two graduation ceremonies are held in Darwin each year. The first ceremony is over two evenings in May at Casuarina campus courtyard. The second ceremony is in October in Darwin city. A graduation ceremony is held at Alice Springs in June. Students who believe they have completed all requirements of their course can complete the Graduation Nomination form available from any Information Centre or on the web at www.cdu.edu.au/studentnet/adminforms.html. Note: During peak times, there may be a delay in responding to your enquiry. For further information, contact Information Centre: P: 1800 061 963 E: student.admin@cdu.edu.au W: www.cdu.edu.au/student

Internet access
The University has a new Internet access policy that will affect the way you access the Internet from the computer labs, and from other computers around the University. This new policy does not limit where you may browse or what you download. It only affects the amount you download. Here’s how it works: When you use your web-browser to access the Internet, it will ask you to log-on. Do this using your usual student username and password. After that, you can webbrowse as normal, except that the amount of web traffic you create will be monitored and applied against your Internet access quota. For information visit www.cdu.edu.au/itms/InternetQuota.html.

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IT Support Desk
The Support Desk is your first point of contact for help with computers, the Internet, telephones, printers, and associated information technology equipment and services. A general access computer is also available for burning your student files and data to CDs. Casuarina campus, Building Red 3 P: 08 8946 6600 E: itms-support@cdu.edu.au For more information www.cdu.edu.au/itms/contactus.html. Operating hours: • Normal hours, Monday to Friday, 7am - 6pm (semester breaks: 7am - 5pm) • Urgent call-out support, 6pm - 9pm (semester breaks: 5pm - 9pm) • Weekend and public holidays (urgent call-out support), 8am to 4pm During periods of urgent call-out support, the Support Desk staff will carry a mobile phone. If the problem is urgent the appropriate on-call technical officer will be contacted to attend to the problem. Urgent phone support will deal with problems such as network outages, server outages, major information system errors, and operational problems affecting many users. Problems with user accounts, passwords or
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individual machine problems will be dealt with during normal operating hours except in exceptional circumstances. Note: For any technical support problems P: 08 8946 6600. Alice Springs campus The Alice Springs IT Support Desk operates during normal class delivery hours. P: 08 8959 5244 E: itms-support@cdu.edu.au Palmerston campus Arrangements as per Casuarina campus. Wireless access Wireless access is available in a number of buildings throughout CDU. This includes Casuarina, Palmerston, Alice Springs and some access in other campuses. Although helping individual students to set up their wireless connection is not supported by ITMS, documentation is available to help you configure your own notebook computer. At the beginning of Teaching Periods 1 and 3, ITMS also holds short workshops to assist in this process. (See also Library and Learning Precinct section of this Guide.)

A-Z OTHER INFORMATION
Misuse of computer facilities Students should be aware that they can be charged under the Student Conduct By-Laws if they are found to be misusing computers and, in particular, accessing pornographic material or sending emails that contain racist, sexist or other comments which contravene Federal or Territory Equal Opportunity Legislation. The official CDU policy regarding Acceptable Use of computer systems can be found in the following document: www.cdu.edu.au/governance/documents/10.0InformationTechnologyAc ceptableUse.pdf. and the number of units required to complete your course does not constitute a full-time load. Other temporary or provisional visa holders may study less than a full-time load.

Library and Learning Precinct
The CDU Library operates at Casuarina, Palmerston and Alice Springs campuses. Orientation sessions for new students to find their way around the Library, and the various information systems are offered at the beginning of Teaching Periods 1 and 3. Please note that Library opening hours may vary between campuses and during semester breaks. Library opening hours are listed at www.cdu.edu.au/library/ about/hours. Additional useful information for new students is available at www.cdu.edu.au/library/LILL/StudentWelcome.html. The Library also offers an Ask Us service, which is available to all CDU students and staff. See www.cdu.edu.au/library/askus.html. Computers are available for study and research purposes at all campus libraries. The computers are imaged by ITMS and have the same software as those in the computer labs. They operate on the student network and require a computer account to be able to log in. All campus libraries are wireless-enabled. Staff can assist with connecting your laptop to the network. Study areas are also available with power for laptop computers.
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International students
International students are any students who are not domestic students. New Zealand passport holders who have not lived in Australia for six months before the start of study will be required to pay international fees. New and re-enrolling international students are required to enrol in the standard full-time load for the relevant course being undertaken. International students are required to enrol in a minimum of 360 hours per semester (two Teaching Periods). You may enrol in less than the full-time load only if it is your last Teaching Period/s for the course,

A-Z OTHER INFORMATION
Library staff provide assistance for basic use of programs such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint. For more advanced use of applications or other information requirements, staff are able to direct students to reference materials or online tutorials. Assistance is also provided for processes such as printing, burning a CD or scanning images. The Library also provides services for distance students. Library and Information Access Casuarina campus Building Red 8 P: 08 8946 7016 F: 08 8946 7022 E: referencedesk@cdu.edu.au www.cdu.edu.au/library Palmerston campus P: 08 8946 7870 F: 08 8946 7880 E: referencedesk@cdu.edu.au www.cdu.edu.au/library/about/campus.html Alice Springs campus P: 08 8959 5233 F: 08 8959 5282 E: alice.library@cdu.edu.au www.cdu.edu.au/library/about/campus.html Distance Library Services Building Red 8 Casuarina campus P: 08 8946 7016 F: 08 8946 7022 E: referencedesk@cdu.edu.au

Memorandum of Grades
The Memorandum of Grades is a printed record of units and results within a course, and is provided by the VET Delivery Management Team at the end of each Teaching Period for the duration of the course. A Memorandum of Grades is not provided where fees remain outstanding. A replacement charge of $15 a copy for a Memorandum of Grades applies. Students are encouraged to view their results on line at www.cdu.edu.au/studentnet by clicking on My Student Info.

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Occupational Health and Safety
OH&S is everyone’s responsibility. Your first point of contact for OH&S issues should be your lecturers. It is the lecturers’ responsibility to report these matters to the appropriate area. Simple first aid requests should be referred to your lecturers. In serious cases the emergency number 000 should be contacted. Jabiru The Open Learning Centre provides a limited service, but full services are available through the town Library.

Plagiarism
Plagiarism is the presentation of the work of another without acknowledgement. Students may use information and ideas expressed by others, but this use must be identified by appropriate referencing. The University’s overarching policy on plagiarism (Academic and Scientific Misconduct) is at www.cdu.edu.au/governance/documents/3.3 academicandscientificmisconduct.pdf.

Photocopying / Printing
Each semester $10 is put into your ‘printstart’ account on your CDU Student Card. Photocopiers/Printers are available in the Libraries on the Casuarina and Palmerston campuses. Your CDU Student Card can be used as a rechargeable copy/print card or you can buy a Casual User Photocopy Card from the cash reload stations in both libraries. Please READ the notices around the room carefully before you start. If you have any problems, contact library staff or go to www.cdu.edu.au/ uniprintexpress. Alice Springs campus The Alice Springs Campus Library provides a student photocopy facility. Palmerston campus The Palmerston Campus Library provides a student photocopy/print facility.

Scholarships
Scholarships are available for VET programs. For further information www.cdu.edu.au/scholarships.

Security on campus
Casuarina campus Students should be careful walking around campus at night. Keep to well-lit areas and try not to walk alone. If you are concerned about your personal safety, talk to a Student Facilitator at Support and Equity
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Services or to staff at the Security Office. Be sure to report any incidents or suspicious activity to Security. You can phone Security to arrange to be accompanied to your vehicle on campus after dark. Phone ahead to make arrangements before you are ready to leave P: 08 8946 7777 or Freecall 1800 646 501 for all campuses. Carry your Student Card with you at all times as you may be asked to provide identification while on campus. This is particularly relevant when using the computer laboratories as you may be asked to provide identification to a Security Guard. Do not let other students or friends use your Student Card to access University facilities. Students using such facilities without their student card will be asked to leave and you could be charged under the Student Conduct By-Laws for misuse of your Student Card. Alice Springs campus Chubb Security provides a security and student escort service on Alice Springs campus. Chubb Security operates between 8am and 10pm Monday to Friday and is available to escort students to car parks. To contact the Security Guard M: 0428 816 741. Palmerston campus Arrangements as per Casuarina campus P: 08 8946 7888 Katherine Rural campus A Duty Officer is on campus until 10:30pm each day to provide security.
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Jabiru The facilities at Jabiru are owned and operated by DET and have their own system of security. Access during normal business hours is not an issue and after hours access is via the Open Learning Room (swipe card, DET issued). Nhulunbuy Contact the town Police on P: 08 8987 1333. Tennant Creek The facilities at Tennant Creek are owned and operated by DET and have their own security system. Access during normal business hours is not an issue. Refer also www.cdu.edu.au/fas/security.html.

Sexual harassment
Sexual harassment extends from unwelcome actions such as gestures, inappropriate or dirty jokes, persistent, unwelcome invitations, the display of offensive pictures, and implicit or explicit demands for sexual activity, through to physical contact such as patting, pinching or groping. In accordance with the University’s commitment of providing a learning and work environment that is free from sexual harassment, Sexual Harassment Guidelines have been developed. If you believe you are a victim of sexual harassment, contact:

A-Z OTHER INFORMATION
Support and Equity Services: Alice Springs P: 08 8959 5216 Casuarina P: 08 8946 6288 For further information: www.cdu.edu.au/ses/equityinfo.html. P: 1800 061 963 F: 08 8946 6642 E: student.admin@cdu.edu.au Alice Springs Information Centre CDU Grevillea Drive Alice Springs Monday to Thursday 8.30am - 4pm Friday 8:30am – 3pm P: 1800 654 865 F: 08 8959 5343 Palmerston campus Building A University Avenue Palmerston Information: 8:00am to 4:21pm Monday to Friday Cashiers: 8:30am – 3:30pm Monday to Friday P: 08 8946 7800 F: 08 8946 7822

Student conduct
It is expected that all students will participate in the learning program, be respectful of others, adhere to CDU’s OHS requirements and show consideration for all regardless of race, colour, religion, gender or physical disability. A copy of the Student Conduct Policy is at www.cdu. edu.au/ses/student-conduct.html.

Opening hours
Casuarina Information Centre Charles Darwin University Ellengowan Drive Darwin NT 0909 Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 8.30am - 4pm Wednesday 8.30am - 6pm Friday 8.30am - 3pm

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Feedback CDU welcomes your comments on the information in this Guide and on the 2010 VET Enrolment Form. Please forward your comments via email to directorvet@cdu.edu.au and ensure you place VET in the subject line of your email to ensure your comments are directed to the appropriate area. If you do not have access to email, forward your comments by post to: The Director VET Charles Darwin University Darwin NT 0909.

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Team Adult Literacy and Numeracy (Central) Adult Literacy and Numeracy (Top End) Agriculture and Rural Operations (Top End) Australian Indigenous Knowledge Systems (SAIKS) Automotive, Maritime and Driver Education Building, Drafting and Construction (Top End) Business Advanced and TAA (Top End) Business General (Top End) Business, Information Technology and TAA (Central) Children’s Services and Education Support (Top End) Commercial Cookery and Bakery (Top End) Community Services and Health Conservation and Land Management (Top End) Creative Arts and Humanities (CAH) Electrotechnology (Top End) English as a Second Language (Top End and Central) Heavy Equipment and Metal Trades (Top End) Horticulture and Aquaculture (Top End) Campus Alice Springs Casuarina Katherine Casuarina Casuarina Casuarina Casuarina Casuarina Alice Springs Casuarina Palmerston Casuarina Palmerston Casuarina Casuarina Casuarina Casuarina Casuarina Telephone 08 8946 7530 08 8946 7549 08 8946 7512 08 8946 6031 08 8946 7506 08 8946 7508 08 8946 7521 08 8946 7523 08 8946 7524 08 8946 7519 08 8946 7526 08 8946 7517 08 8946 7511 08 8946 6031 08 8946 7505 08 8946 7518 08 8946 7507 08 8946 7513 Email address alncentral@cdu.edu.au alntopend@cdu.edu.au NTRural@cdu.edu.au alu_lba@cdu.edu.au automotive_maritime@cdu.edu.au bdc@cdu.edu.au businessadvancedTAA@cdu.edu.au businessgeneral@cdu.edu.au business_IT_TAA-central@cdu.edu.au cses@cdu.edu.au cookery_bakery@cdu.edu.au communityservices-topend@cdu.edu.au CLM@cdu.edu.au alu_lba@cdu.edu.au electrotechnology@cdu.edu.au migrantesl@cdu.edu.au heavyequip_metaltrades@cdu.edu.au hort_aqua@cdu.edu.au

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Team Information Technology and Library Studies (Top End) National Transport and Logistics Training Primary Industries and Children's Services (Central) Remote Link Sales and Personal Services Tourism, Hospitality and Recreation (Top End) Tourism, Hospitality and Recreation (Central) Trades (Central) Campus Casuarina Adelaide Alice Springs Nhulunbuy Palmerston Palmerston Alice Springs Alice Springs Telephone 08 8946 7522 08 8946 7510 08 8946 7514 08 8986 8615 08 8946 7520 08 8946 7525 08 8946 7527 08 8946 7509 Email address IT_librarystudies@cdu.edu.au nationaltandl@cdu.edu.au PICS.Central@cdu.edu.au bronte.cooper@cdu.edu.au salespersonalservices@cdu.edu.au tour_hosp_recreation-topend@cdu.edu.au tour_hosp_recreation-central@cdu.edu.au tradescentral@cdu.edu.au

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