As a new or continuing student, why not take this opportunity to discover what services and support we offer each and every Kangan Institute student. It’s also a great way to meet people and make new friends.
Click on your campus to book your spot at one or more sessions.
ORIENTATION SESSIONS - OVERVIEW
Each orientation session runs for approximately 20 minutes, so you'll have the opportunity to attend a number of sessions throughout the day. They're designed to get you familiar with the support and services available and to ensure you get off to the best possible start.
Read through the orientation sessions overview below to get a better understanding of what they entail. We're sure you will find these sessions useful and informative and look forward to seeing you! Don't forget to click on the campus link above to book your spot.
If you can't make it to an orientation session at your campus, you can also book an orientation session at any other campus listed above
Student Support Services
Introduction to Counselling, Welfare & Scholarships and Disability Support services
Support assistance that student services practitioners can provide
How to access and book an appointment to see a practitioner
Academic Language and Learning
Research - Referencing tools and how to use them
Plagiarism - What is plagiarism and how to avoid it
Referencing - Use of different referencing style
Managing Your Studies
Study Tips - How to manage time, prioritise, motivate and focus on studies
Effective Communication - Skills and strategies to effectively communicate
Procrastination and stress management - Recognising stress and how it affects you, problem solving with skills and strategies to help manage stress
Kangan Institute Student Volunteering Program
Benefits of volunteering
Duties of a student volunteer
Rewards of being a volunteer
Introduction to the library and tour
Service and assistance with course related topics
Online resources, bookshop services and the eLibrary
Kangan Institute acknowledges their campuses are located on the ancestral lands of the Gunung-Willam-Balluk, Boonwurrung and Wurrundjeri peoples. The institute respects the traditional custodians, elders and their cultural heritage.