Study skills program
There are several components to the Study Skills Program.
- Online Reflection Exercise - Compulsory
- Back on Track Program - Compulsory
- Distance mode information
- Individual counselling sessions and additional Life Skills workshops - Optional
Before you meet with your Academic Adviser you need to think about what happened to lead you to being placed on Academic Caution. You also need to have given some thought to what you intend to do this semester to get your university studies back on track and improve your results. Use your Record of Academic Advice form to record this information (that was enclosed with your Notice of Academic Caution). Complete the personal reflection exercise.
The Study Skills Workshop Program is made up of:
- Part 1. Back on Track - Compulsory
- Part 2. Self Management - also Compulsory - but with a choice of content:
- Part 3. Optional
Use the links above to read the descriptions of what is offered in each of the sessions. These sessions are designed to assist you to have a more successful semester and to meet some of the requirements of the university of students who have been placed on academic caution. The Compulsory Back on track and Self Management workshops have been organised into three series. Please check Schedule of sessions. You can choose which series to attend, according to your available time.
To meet your academic caution obligation, it is compulsory that you attend all sessions within the series of your choice.
Go to bookings to register for the series of your choice. For planning purposes please also register for an Optional session, if you wish to attend. You will receive an email with a confirmation of your booking.
Students placed on Academic Caution undertaking their course in distance mode can complete some of their mandatory Academic Caution requirements by following the link below and completing the activities.
If you are a block mode student unable to attend the workshop program (there is a Saturday morning pattern option available) you can also complete some of your mandatory Academic Caution requirements by following the link below and completing the activities.
In addition, throughout the semester, students placed on Academic Caution, and who have identified psychological, personal or family issues as contributing to their failing to meet minimum rate of progress requirements, may choose to attend individual counselling sessions at the University Counselling Service.
Make an appointment with a counsellor by going to Student Services Unit or contacting us:
+61 2 9514 1177
If you have never been to the University Counselling Service you may wish to view the video 'Inside a first counselling session'.
Additional workshops are run by the University Counselling Service throughout the semester at different times. Please check Life Skills workshops.