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Welcome to the commencement of your studies with Endeavour College of Natural Health!
Now that you’re enrolled you will want to prepare yourself for starting study.
To assist you in your preparation we recommend doing the following to ensure you’re more than ready.
O-Week activities are held at each campus during the first week of your semester/trimester studies.
This is a valuable opportunity for you to find out more about your course, meet other new students, and familiarise yourself with your campus.
You can view the O-Week schedule of activities by visiting our events page and selecting your Campus or by speaking to a member of Students Services or Reception.
The Student Portal is accessed via the website and serves all students to enable you to take greater control of your study.
It is important to familiarise yourself with eportal as it provides you the ability to:
Any class cancellations, room changes and special events will be posted on eportal for your information. It is recommended that you check eportal regularly to keep up to date with any important information relating to your course.
You can log in to eportal using your student number as your user ID and your full date of birth (ddmmyyyy) as your Password (if you are logging in for the first time). You can change your password once you’ve logged on. eportal access is available 24 hours after confirmation of your enrolment.
A national textbook list can be found on our very own bookstore website: http://www.endeavourbookstore.com.au
Textbooks can be purchased online via our Endeavour Bookstore website or at our physical Bookstore locations at the Brisbane & Melbourne Campuses. Semester 1 text book packs are also available for a great discount and you'll have all your books delivered in one go!
The Endeavour Bookstore offers free shipping to all our campuses for collection or you can opt to have them delivered via Regular Post.
Endeavour’s enabling courses are free self-paced courses delivered online for students who would like to increase their knowledge in preparation for study. Courses are offered in Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Study Skills.
Discover your current level of knowledge by first completing the Learner’s Discovery Quiz. This multiple choice quiz will assist in determining exactly which enabling courses you focus on.
The enabling courses are designed to provide you with introductory knowledge in the Sciences to better prepare you for studying at a tertiary level. The courses are easily accessible on the Endeavour Learning Management Site (LMS) and can be accessed any time. When you receive your log in details for the LMS you will be able to access the enabling courses at your leisure.
Your student ID card is your proof that you’re a student of Endeavour College of Natural Health.
Your card is used for borrowing items from the library, and acts as your identification during examination periods. It can also be used as a concession card for full time students.
To obtain your card please take to your campus library a photo ID (Drivers License etc) and your Endeavour Acceptance Notice (received upon enrolment).
Please aim to get your student ID card as soon as possible as you cannot sit any examinations without it.
Student Advisers are located on each of our campuses and can assist you with any questions you have, as well as providing specialist support during your studies.
You can contact a Student Adviser by phone, email or by appointment. Student Advisers can assist you with the following:
Lecture notes and resources for your on campus subjects can be found in the Learning Management Site (LMS). This is the same website that our online subjects and enabling courses are delivered from. You will receive your log in details from the Online Learning Team via email at the start of semester.
Holding a first aid certificate is a compulsory requirement for all Endeavour courses. It is vital that you have a Certificate to work in the student clinics (to complete the practical components of your course).
You will need to obtain an Apply First Aid Certificate (also known as Senior First Aid certificate) before commencing your first practical subject.
We offer a one day Apply First Aid short course. For dates, fees and to book please visit the short courses website.
All of our courses include practical subjects that involve your participation at our Endeavour teaching clinics. You may be required to hold a blue card which involves undergoing a working with children check to enable you to treat underage clients at the clinic. Blue cards are only required on some Campuses.
If you require a blue card at your campus you will need to obtain one prior to starting your first clinic subject. More information can be obtained from your campus Clinic Coordinator or a Student Adviser.
The library is choc-o-block full of useful resources and friendly staff to assist you in finding what you’re looking for.
If you’re not located near a campus library or prefer to find the information you need online, the Library website is where you’ll find what you need. This site boasts a plethora of resources and databases that are added and updated on a regular basis.
Check out the website regularly for exciting resources.
Some of your subjects will have scheduled examinations at the end of your enrolled teaching period. For on campus subjects your exam timetable will be released a number of weeks before the examination period.
Please check your semester and trimester calendar for exam block periods and for details of when the timetable is released.
To start your next lot of subjects you will need to reenrol each semester/trimester/online intake.
You can choose the subjects that you would like to study in the next intake, ensuring that you meet prerequisites. Please refer to your course structure to follow the subject offering each intake. Please keep in mind that in some Bachelor of Health Science courses, specific subjects may only be offered in either semester 1 or 2 of each year.
A Student Adviser can assist you in planning out your course of study.
The Student Assistance Program (SAP) is a 24hr/ 7 day free confidential counselling service provided by AccessSAP, an independent supplier with the focus on maintaining the mental wellbeing of students.
You can contact SAP on 1800 33 62 07 to assist when personal, family or study issues are impacting on your quality of life. More information can be found at www.accesseap.com.au.
The Endeavour College Careers Service is available to assist you in identifying your future career path and putting together an action plan to help you achieve this. One aspect of the action plan would include regularly accessing the Online Industry Jobs Board to locate modality specific job vacancies targeting current students of the Endeavour College.