Student Support Services
Webinar/Workshop to Welcome
Welcome, New Tassies!!! This webinar series is for new students in AuSC and is broadcasted every month. You will benefit from the useful tips for happily settling in Australia and the support provided by the Australian Sovereign College. The topics may cover housing, transportation, location job market, non-for-profit organisations to go, volunteer opportunities and some networking events.
AuSC Career-Boosting Webinar
Fortnightly webinars will be hosted by Australian Sovereign College team with thoughtful insights into the job market, you may also see a guest appearance from local Tassie employers, to support our students to be more competitive in the future job market. Students at AuSC also have access to one-on-one job coaching consulting, mock interview practice, and resume checking. These special student
support services can support the students with opportunities to take their theory studies into practice, and build up their career pathways.
AuSC International Students
AuSC organises frequent Students Networking Events and invites multiple experts to come and shared their insights into Tasmania’s local job market and support international students. This program boosted the confidence of international students and built a bridge between local employers and international students.
Photo: Guest Speaker, Nick Prokopiec, CEO from Searson Buck Group
The College’s International Student Support Officer offers free personalised support and information about all aspects of College life and on other relevant matters related to your life as a student. This includes confidential counselling
to students experiencing academic or personal concerns.
Where appropriate students will be referred to local external support services, in particular for physical and mental health, financial or legal support.
The Student Handbook provides further information on the role of the Student
Support Officer, services offered and how to access them.
Learning development and language support
Our team of staff and mentors provide a variety of mentoring student support sessions to help you.
Career Development and Employment
Our dedicated team can help you with
preparation for work or an internship program, assistance with resumes and preparing for interviews as job search support.
The College may offer an airport pick-up service for all new international students arriving in Hobart.
You need to request this after you have
confirmed your accommodation arrangements
at least five working days before you are due to
Request your airport pick-up by emailing the
College directlyat firstname.lastname@example.org
Crisis and Support Services
Hobart Women’s Health Centre (03) 6231 3212
Women’s Health Information Line 1800 675 028
National crisis support and suicide prevention
13 11 14
Mental Health Hotline
Mental health triage for advice, assessment and
1800 332 388 (Statewide)
Migrant Resource Centre
While focused on migrants can provide
contacts to cultural groups within Tasmania
Counselling and referral service for people who
are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer and/or
1800 184 527
Translating and Interpreting Service
(TIS) 131 450
Women’s Legal Service Tasmania 1800 682 468
Emergency and Crisis Support
In Australia Emergency services can be accessed by dialling ‘000’. You will be asked which service you require. Specify Fire, Police or Ambulance depending on the emergency.
You should only call 000 when:
- someone is seriously injured or in need of urgent medical help.
- your life or property is being threatened.
- you have just witnessed a serious accident or crime.
If a situation is not urgent, you should look up the number of your local police, fire or ambulance service.
Student resource requirements
Students will need their own mobile phone and Wi-Fi enabled laptop or tablet with Microsoft office suite at their own cost. In addition, each qualification may have further personal equipment requirements which students need to arrange at their own cost as detailed under Training and Assessment Requirements and
Sequencing Plan in the Training and Assessment Strategy, a copy of which is
provided to all students.
Tel: 03 6200 9550