No matter who you are, or what your story is, Central Regional TAFE will provide every opportunity for all of our students.
Central Regional TAFE is proud to have a diverse community of staff and students and we are dedicated to ensuring equal opportunity and treatment for everyone. There is no place for discrimination and harassment at Central Regional TAFE, no matter your age, gender, cultural background, disability, sexuality, language skills, employment, imprisonment or location. You are welcome here, and we are committed to providing a positive learning environment for all.
The student equity services we provide are guided by the following principles:
- Equal access to all students applying to study at Central Regional TAFE.
- A positive learning environment which protects students from discrimination and harassment.
- An inclusive learning environment that is flexible and accommodating of the specific needs of our students.
- Access to appropriate support services for all students.
Flexible Learning Solutions
Can't get to TAFE during the week? Or maybe night-classes aren't for you. Our training and education services are accessible to everyone with our flexible learning and training options. To see how we can fit your lifestyle, contact our friendly team on the contact details below.
Access, equity and inclusivity are part of our approach to all of our programs and services, and we recognise that specific strategies may be required to assist some students.
Disability Access & Inclusion
To read our Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP), please use the link below. The DAIP highlights the key strategies we have in place to ensure that people with a disability have the opportunity to be actively involved in all parts of campus life.
Disability Support Officers
Our Equity and Access Inclusion Officer provides support for students with:
- A sensory impairment.
- An intellectual or learning disability.
- A neurological disability.
- A physical disability.
- A cognitive disability.
- A psychiatric disability.
The student accessibility services available to people with a disability include:
- Pre-course counselling.
- Assistance with course selection and enrolment.
- Assistance with identifying the most appropriate classroom support and assessment modifications.
- Access to in-class support, adaptive technologies and specialised equipment.
If you have any specific learning needs or support requirements in relation to your disability or medical condition, please contact the Access and Equity Inclusion Officer via the contact details below.
Indigenous Student Support
At Central Regional TAFE, we want to support and engage Aboriginal people in our local communities to achieve their full potential.
Through strong community partnerships and with the support of various local organisations we are able to assist Aboriginal students with a variety of services & programs. For more information, visit our Aboriginal Support Services page, or contact the Aboriginal Student Centre staff via the contact details below.