This course is for you if you are about to embark on study in a Monash Certificate of Education Support course, but are unfamiliar with studying at tertiary level in an Australian university setting.
The course will boost your confidence and skills; it will focus on strategies for developing study skills, use of resources and academic reading and writing.
- Understanding what teachers want and what learners need to do at university
- Time management and study strategies appropriate for life's demands
- Accessing and using technology and libraries
- Understanding assignment tasks
- Writing assignments (processes involved in doing assignments; features of academic and professional writing; referencing; grammatical issues)
$169 (incl GST)
One day class of six hours.
Dates and venues (Summer/autumn 2014)
Saturday 1 February
Friday 18 July
Application form (pdf | doc)
This course has no formal prerequisites. However, we expect you to have basic computer skills to support your learning.
You are to complete a variety of written tasks during the course. You will be given a homework task, so that feedback can be given that will help develop your skills.
You will receive a Certificate of Completion from the Faculty of Education, Monash University.
“It was brilliant, definitely worth completing, and extremely beneficial. It alleviated all my anxiety in terms of going back into study as I hadn’t done it for a while, and answered all my questions about the course before I started”
“The one day course gave me a fantastic foundation to go onto the Certificate of Education Support. Really good, sound, practical suggestions and guidance to help with further study, it really boosted my confidence”
Ph: +61 3 9905 2700
Ph: +61 3 9905 2911
Fax: +61 3 9905 2621
Engagement and Partnerships Office
Faculty of Education
Building 6, Clayton campus
Level 2, Room 210
Victoria Australia 3800