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JNI T2 residential Dates

Please find table below with Residential dates.

You will be required to attend the residential if you are taking the subject online.

Attendance at the residential weekend is compulsory.

Subject

Days

Week

Date

Days

Time

Location

CTI103-Counselling Theories and interpersonal Communication

2

6

15+16 July

Saturday and Sunday

9am to 5pm

 

ATC104-Applied Techniques of Counselling

2

6

15+16 July

Saturday and Sunday

9am to 5pm

 

COU104A-Applied Counselling 1

2

6

15+16 July

Saturday and Sunday

9am to 5pm

PY/BNE/MELB

COU203A-Applied Counselling 2

3

6

15+16 July

Saturday and Sunday

9am to 5pm

PY/BNE/MELB

7

22+23 July

COU204A-Applied Counselling 3

3

6

15+16 July

Saturday and Sunday

9am to 5pm

PY/BNE/MELB

7

22+23 July

COU101A-Interpersonal Communication

2

6

15+16 July

Saturday and Sunday

9am to 5pm

PY/BNE/MELB

COU308A-Focusing: Enhancing the Mind-Body Connection in Therapy

6

2

16+17+18 June

Friday, Saturday and Sunday

9am to 5pm

PY ONLY

7

21+22+23 July


Access your student email : REMINDER

Don’t forget that your student email has been created!

Make sure you check this regularly as all important course related information will be sent to your student email.

HOW DO I ACCESS MY STUDENT EMAILS?

Step 1: Go on to Gmail.comStep 2: Enter your student email address using the following format:

firstname.surname@students.[ACNT/ANCB/JNI].edu.au

Example:

John.smith@students.jni.edu.au

Step 3: Enter your password. This will be your student ID number with a capitalized ‘T’ at the end.

Example:

00123456T

If you'd like to learn how to forward emails to an address you're already using, let us show you how:

Set Up Email Forwarding 

If you require any further assistance regarding this please contact us.


Important Online Exam information - MUST READ

As exam week is fast approaching, we have some handy hints on how to make sure your exam runs smoothly.

Click for Online Exam Tips 

Click here for Exam Timetable (note the exam is in AEST time)



Take care of yourself with 50% off at the Wellbeing Centre

As a student, you can experience fantastic treatments by our skilled student practitioners at a very affordable price. (Student budgeting for the win!)

Our student practitioners are near graduation and are supervised by qualified, experienced practitioners that ensure professional natural health care. 


Now is a great time to strengthen your immune system in preparation for the cold and flu season!


Take advantage of 50% off:

  • Nutrition advice
  • Herbal medicine
  • Naturopathy
  • Massages
  • Beauty Therapy
  • Counselling


Book an appointment

 


2017 Graduation dates and locations

Most dates and locations for the Graduation Ceremony in 2017 have been confirmed. We are still working tirelessly to confirm the outstanding. Please watch this space for any updates.

If you have any questions relating to graduation please don't hesitate to contact us at Graduation@laureate.edu.au 

Dates and Locations are as follows:

City

Date

Venue

Sydney

Tuesday 11th April and Wednesday 12th April

Pyrmont Theatre, ICC Sydney

Melbourne

Friday 21st April

Yet to be confirmed

Brisbane

Thursday 3rd August

Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

Adelaide

Wednesday 29th November

Yet to be confirmed


Final study tips to get you through!
Tips from Success Coach Richard Whitfield

 


Focus

Now you’re down to the pointy end, it’s time to ignore distractions. It can be hard, but it’s only for a few days. Eat and sleep well, take regular (short) breaks, have a social media hiatus. Make final assessments and revision front and centre.

 


Break it down

Time is getting tight. To stop feeling overwhelmed, break each assessment down into smaller, more manageable tasks.


Prioritise

Make a list to prioritise your assessment tasks. Work on and complete each task before moving onto the next. Personally, I like to start with the easiest tasks. Then, once I’ve got a few items ticked off my list, those harder tasks don’t seem quite so intimidating.


Do no more and do no less

When tackling your assessments, clarity and precision will always trump waffle and bloat. You won’t get extra marks for writing 5000 words for a 2000 word assessment (in fact, you will probably be marked down).


Perfection is the enemy of complete

We should always strive to do our very best, but this is very different from obsessively tweaking and fine-tuning. Perfectionism is a close relation to that other debilitating disease, procrastination.

Sheryl Sandberg made a pretty good point when she said, ‘Done is better than perfect.’


Double down

You’re on the home stretch now and that little bit of extra effort could make all the difference between a Fail and a Pass or maybe a Distinction and a High Distinction. A little extra effort now can bring a HUGE return.


Celebrate!

Once it’s all done it’s a great feeling to know you’ve given it your best shot. Relax, recuperate and celebrate. Treat yourself, catch up with your (neglected!) family and friends or take a short break.


And finally, keep it in perspective: it’s OK to fail

 

Yes, it hurts and yes it’s demotivating. Lance Armstrong might not be the most credible source, but he nailed it when he said ‘pain is temporary, quitting lasts forever’. 

ATTENTION Diploma of Health Science Anatomy and Physiology Students:

If you are selecting to do your final exam with online with an invigilator please note the following:

1. The invigilator will be required to sit with you for the full duration of the exam

2. The invigilator must be contactable for verification by the college via phone and email

3. The invigilator will receive communication closer to the exam date with exam log in details.

You can find further information on who qualifies to be an invigilator through the 'Examination Procedures' on the Policies and Procedures page.

Good luck and please reach out to Student Services for any further questions.

 

Campus Announcements

What's on campus?


Got a Question? (or even just to say Hi!)

Swing by the front counter and speak to any one from the customer service team!

We will be happy to assist you!



T1 2017 exam timetable.

The exam timetable has been released!

You can find the timetable on the Learning Portal and here.

Good luck!


Meet Your Success Coach:

Will Bonney:

Question 1: What was your biggest highlight of 2017?

“Graduation and getting a job at JNI; doing what I love.”
 

Question 2: You were a student at JNI, now you are working for JNI. Going back in time, what advice would you give yourself?

“Life in general: to be true to myself from day 1. Pursue a career I am passionate about, rather the career that I thought would make others happy.

Time at JNI: to not carry so many subjects at any one time. To enjoy each subject more deeply.

What I learnt: Not to validate myself with the grade [of subjects] but what I learnt through the process.”
 

Question 3: Fun fact about you.

“For 2 years in my late teens and early 20’s, I was in a boy band that travelled Asia and America.” 

 

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Contacts

Contact US

On Campus Students 

 235 Pyrmont Street, Sydney, NSW 2009
  1300 738 243
  ACNT: studentservices@acnt.edu.au
  ANCB: studentservices@ancb.edu.au
  JNI: studentservices@jni.edu.au

Campus Opening Hours:

During the trimester: 

Monday to Thursday: 7.30am to 10.00pm
Friday: 7.30am - 6.00pm
Saturday: 9.00am - 4.00pm
Sunday: Closed 

During the trimester break: 

Monday to Friday: 8.00am to 6.00pm

Saturday:

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

Customer Service Opening Hours:

During the trimester: 

Monday to Thursday: 7.30am to 7.30pm
Friday: 7.30am - 6.00pm
Saturday: 9.00am - 4.00pm
Sunday: Closed 

During the trimester break: 

Monday to Friday: 8.00am to 6.00pm

Saturday:

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

Online Students

You can contact us via phone and email 9.00am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday. 

  ACNT: 1300 194 901

  ANCB: 1300 209 112

  JNI: 1300 186 082

  ACNT: onlineservice@acnt.edu.au
  ANCB: onlineservice@ancb.edu.au
  JNI: onlineservice@jni.edu.au

 

Counselling on Campus

Miriam Holder

Campus Counsellor – Pyrmont

 1300 738 243 (central number)                 

02 9493 7807 (direct)                               

0419 468 072                     

  mholder@laureate.net.au 

Counselling hours

Mon to Tues: 9.00am - 5.00pm

Wed: 12.00pm - 6.00pm 

Thurs: 9.00am - 5.00pm

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