The College values and supports all members of the community regardless of disability or special needs. Endeavour expects all members of its community to support and assist all other members irrespective of individual differences. The Access and Equity Program (AEP) exists to enable the equal participation of every student, focusing on increasing social inclusion and advocating for individual student’s rights.
The Program supports students with a disability, mental health or medical condition, and students requesting any Special Adjustments as a result of this. The program enables all students to participate fully and equally in College life at Endeavour. We aim to provide educational opportunities through academic support, structured learning plans, accessible facilities, and adjusted teaching and assessment practices where reasonably possible.
The fundamental principle behind the program is focusing on the needs of the student, as the students registered within the AEP know the truth of their own situation better than anyone. Inherent in the AEP is the focus on responsibility—both of the student and that of the College and how this partnership can be of the most benefit to each other.
The Access and Equity Handbook contains all information regarding the College's Access and Equity Program, including how the Program can assist students, what your rights and responsibilities are, relevant legislation as it applies to your education and much more.
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Students who are interested in registering for the Access and Equity Program, or are interested in knowing more, are invited to make an appointment with an Access and Equity Officer on their local campus. If, during the course of your studies, you are injured or suffer an ongoing medical condition that impacts on your studies, you should also contact an Access and Equity Officer for services and advice.
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Endeavour’s Access and Equity Program is designed to assist students with a disability, mental health or medical condition, students who identify as having English as a Second Language (ESL) or students who need additional support in order to participate fairly and equally in their studies at Endeavour.
All enrolled Endeavour students who identify with having special needs are eligible for the program. Specifically, students with a disability, mental health or medical condition will need to provide the relevant documentation from a specialist health practitioner that supports their application. Students who identify as having a language barrier or any other need for special adjustment are also welcomed.
No, the Access and Equity Program is a free service.
Endeavour can assist students in many ways, and can tailor a plan that enables students to equally participate in academic and College life. This can include, but is not limited to, academic support, structured learning plans, adjustments to facilities and adjusted teaching and assessment practices. It does not, however, compromise academic standards.
Students can apply for the Program by contacting their Access and Equity Officer on each campus through Student Services. The Access and Equity Officers will provide you with the relevant documentation for completion.
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All students are eligible, regardless of mode of study.
Students in the Access and Equity Program will receive a personalised Reasonable Adjustment Plan (RAP) which lists the academic, social and physical adjustments which can be made to support the student. Assessment extensions can be included as a reasonable adjustment when requested by a qualified medical professional, otherwise normal College policies and procedures will apply. Adjustments to assessments can also be made in advance through liaison with your Access and Equity Officer, providing they are reasonable.
All information provided to the College is treated with the strictest confidentiality. Your information is only able to be passed on to a third party with the students express permission, and documents relating to your agreed adjustments with the College are not circulated to all staff and do not contain sensitive or confidential information.