In this issue
- Wellbeing workshops
- Academic Learning Support (ALS) resources
- Careers Hub/Consultation
- Academic Learning Centre/Library
- Opportunities and Your Community
Wellbeing Upcoming Workshops
Learn some simple life hacks and tricks to budget effectively.
Tuesday, 05.04.2022 – 12:30 – 1:00PM in Reflection Room on Level 1 (Sydney Campus)
For more information and register for events, please send email to email@example.com
Mindful Relaxation & Selfcare workshop
Studying can be stressful and draining both emotionally and physically. Finding a balance between academic, professional and personal lives can be difficult and tricky. But struggling does not make you weak! It makes you HUMAN! If you feel like you are splitting yourself trying to make sure you get everything done and nothing falls through the cracks, you are not alone! The Mindful Relaxation workshop will help you leave exam stress behind, while allowing you to gently bring yourself back into the present moment.
Join Kent Counsellors on Fridays (This workshop is worth 10 LEAD points)
Sydney Campus with Sasha
(starting 18 Feb) in Reflection Room on Level 1
Melbourne Campus with Dimi
Fortnightly 12:00-1:00PM on campus
Self-care especially becomes important in trying and stressful time. Do not be afraid to prioritise your needs. Ask for help as it is courageous to admit that you need it. Self-care is NOT selfish, it is NECESSARY.
Student Engagement & Activities
Say hi to your Student Mentors
Academic Learning Support
Whether you are onshore or offshore students, VET or HEd, our ALS Coordinator Maja is happy to assist you and provide you with further academic study support.
For assessments, exams preparations and other online academic learning support, access here.
English Language Learning Support
Vocational Education & Training (VET) English café
Are you preparing for the IELTS and PTE examinations? Come along to the IELTS and PTE preparation workshop. Topics change each week. All English language skills covered in a fun and supportive environment. LEAD Points: 10
Mondays (during study week) 1:00 – 2:00PM. Zoom ID Code 6589532737
Higher Education (HEd) English café
See you again this trimester 1 2022 for more fun and inclusive English café discussion. Keep an eye on this spot for upcoming dates. On behalf of Kent, wishing all HEd students good luck for the finals!
Join us in the conversation!
We’d love to hear from you. Post your thoughts on English Cafe topics and engage with your peers and ALS Coordinators.
Click link here to join the forum
Learning Resource Centre/Library
Dear Students, you are all welcome and we encourage you to browse the library shelves for your textbooks and readings. If you need help finding resources for your assignments, the librarians can help you.
There are also computers in the library to use, as well as a photocopier/scanner. If you need a quiet space to study, the library is the perfect place to visit.
Library Chat Online
Receive useful tips and advice for all your research request and one on one/group research tutorial or any assistance in finding resources for your assessments. For consultation and advice, inbox Kent Librarians:
David Hart (Sydney campus): Library.firstname.lastname@example.org
Kristin Sarmiento (Melbourne campus): Library.email@example.com
If you need a chat about what your next steps might be, wanting to create a path for yourself, learn about your strengths and how to best market yourself – you are in the right place. Career hub is a safe space to explore your options and gain valuable perspective. Come along and join Sasha Miloslavskaya, Sydney Counsellor for a group or individual consultation and advice.
Weekly career hub consultation and workshop
Make an appointment for consultation by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Online Career Portal
Access Kent’s My Career Online Hub – Abintegro, in these simple steps!
• Key in MY.KENT
• Login using your Kent student email address and password.
• On the landing page, click My Career Hub icon.
• Received an overview about online career facility and begin your online career hub journey using Abintegro!
My Internship Program
Apply your theoretical learning to a practical environment. Gain exposure to Australian workplace culture. Expand your professional network. Receive mentoring from experienced professionals.
The program includes:
3 learning modules and a 12-week unpaid work placement in your field of study at a host company where you will – gain relevant local work experience to add to your resume.
Join our information session with Amy Plummer, Melbourne campus Counsellor
E: email@example.com Sydney and Melbourne students (VET and HEd) are all welcome!
Opportunities and Your Community
More readings for Mental Health Wellbeing and employment tips and bits.
Anxiety is more than just feeling stressed or worried. While stress and anxious feelings are a common response to a situation where we feel under pressure, they usually pass once the stressful situation has passed, or ‘stressor’ is removed. Source: www.beyondblue.org.au
Coronavirus related anxiety is on the rise, with Geelong health professionals reporting increases in patients experiencing stress about contracting Covid or missing out on planned activities. Source: www.geelongadvertiser.com.au
Know The Rules
Dishonest practices contravene academic values, compromise the integrity of research and devalue the quality of learning. Kent Institute Australia (Kent) protects the academic integrity of its courses and students through prevention, detection and action addressing academic misconduct by students. Academic misconduct could lead to serious consequences including cancelllation of enrolment and exclusion from Kent. Know the rules, click here. For clarifications, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org