Information for students

Information for students

Temporary Change of Delivery Mode to Distance Delivery due to Coronavirus Impact

As you are all aware, the outbreak of Corona Virus has impacted us all and Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), the Australian Government and Government of Victoria have issued directives to deal with the pandemic. This has also impacted ALTEC College’s delivery plans and schedules for the upcoming academic term as the college premises remain under lock down. ALTEC College continues to follow the expert advice of the Australian Government, and ASQA in ensuring that students continue their studies and continue to progress in the current situation.

For your immediate information, please note as follows;

The wellbeing of our students, staff and the wider community remains our number one priority. With the current situation around Coronavirus (COVID-19), we understand these are uncertain and difficult times for all our students. Your assigned trainer(s) will be your first point of contact and will be delivering units as per the scheduled timetable. Timetables will be made available prior to commencement of the term. An individual training plan and relevant learning resources will also be provided via email. It is crucial that you keep checking your emails for any important information and/or updates. Students will also have the opportunity to ask any questions during Q & A sessions and request feedback on their assessment tasks. All students will be contacted with detailed instructions on how to access distance course delivery early next week. I want to assure you that we are working hard to implement these alternative arrangements to ensure our current students receive quality training and enable all our students to continue to access their training with minimal disruption.

ALTEC College has dedicated contact telephone numbers to respond to student queries.

For assistance, please contact the below:

Government Resources

The following government resources are being updated regularly and we recommend you check them for the latest public information.