So you found a course you want to study, got through all the paperwork of enrolment and attended your first classes, but now, you are finding some challenges.
The following resources and workshops may help you get the most from your time at Kangan Institute.
Our Counsellors facilitate a variety of workshops throughout the year, providing students with strategies to overcome challenges they may face throughout their studies.
If you would like to speak to a Counsellor about organising a workshop please phone (03) 9279 2511 or email email@example.com for further information.
Our counsellors can provide both study skill strategies and personal coaching in:
- Self esteem
- Goal setting
- Internet safety
- Managing anger
- Work and course issues which impact your studies
- Overcoming depression and grief
- Increasing emotional Intelligence
- Problem solving and coping strategies
- Developing a positive mindset
- Effective listening
- Memory retention
- Managing anxiety related to exams, tests and public speaking
- Note taking
- Public speaking and oral presentation skills
- Creating an appropriate study environment
- Managing classroom behaviour
- Surviving exams
- Time management
- Stress management
As a Kangan Institute student you have free access to The Desk - an online support tool helping students achieve mental and physical wellbeing.
The Desk provides students with online resources such as online modules, tools, quizzes and advice on study and personal issues.
Being a student does not have to be as daunting and stressful as it may seem, so make the most of this free and easily accessible support service as well as those provided here at Kangan Institute.
Our Library and Learning Centre can also provide great strategies and resources to develop your learning.
NOTE: Kangan Institute provides a range of support services for students undertaking government-subsidised courses. Support for students undertaking other courses, such as short courses or fee-for-service courses, will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Some students may be required to contribute to the costs of additional support including learning and disability support.