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Moodle Units Archival
by Lyli Leite - Friday, 2 December 2016, 12:09 PM
 

Hello Students,

We are reaching the end of yet another semester!
For us, from the Moodle team, this means a lot more of work to get done, finalising the units that are completed and setting up the upcoming ones.

How does this impact you, student?
In the next few weeks, you will see that all of your older units are disappearing. The 2014 units have already been archived, and we're in the process of archiving the 2015 units. Soon it'll be 2016, semester 1.
We do this for the sake of organisation and to make sure Moodle is at its' best capacity for you.
Please make sure you download all the content you want from those pages - including your marked assessments if you wish so.

Important: once these units are archived we will not put them up again. Please notice that Moodle is not the platform we use to keep your records so no need to worry about them.

This will be our approach to Moodle for the foreseeable future. If you have any further questions, just use our helpdesk widget to talk to us. :)

Kind Regards,
The Moodle Team.

 
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Learner's Experience Questionnaire 2016
by Narelle Coetzee - Tuesday, 8 November 2016, 10:26 AM
 

We would love to hear from you with any feedback on your experience of being a student at AC or one of its Partner Colleges in 2016. Both the good and the bad!

Soon 2016 students will receive an email from the college, your trainer or facilitator to ask about your experience as a student in 2016. Please take the time to help us improve.

Or alternatively you can link to the survey here: Learner's Experience Questionnaire

Thanks for your time!

Narelle Coetzee (Registrar)


 
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VET FEE-HELP Changes Update
by David Perry - Friday, 4 November 2016, 1:53 PM
 

From 1 January 2017, the Australian Government will implement reforms to the VET FEE-HELP scheme. The VET FEE-HELP program will be replaced by a new system called VET Student Loans. Students who have already commenced their course before this transition date will be able to continue their study under current VET FEE-HELP arrangements until 31 December 2017.


This change will affect the College in two main ways:

1. All private colleges will be required to apply and meet new eligibility requirements to participate in the new VET Student Loans program.

2. The new loans program is only available for certain courses which the government has included on a list of eligible courses. Currently, AC’s most popular VET courses including ...

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