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OTEN Course and Career Guide : 2010 OTEN Course and Career Guide
10 TAFE NSW -- Western Sydney Institute -- OTEN Course and Career Guide 2010 As an enrolled student with OTEN you can access a range of support services from OTEN or through TAFE NSW colleges, as well as online services which are easily accessed through the Student Portal. Your online services username and password are provided in your Confirmation of Enrolment letter/ email after you are enrolled. Online Learning Support website OTEN provides all enrolled students with additional online study support and general information during their studies via the Online Learning Support (OLS) website. The OLS may deliver your learning materials or provide additional resources to help with your assessments. You can download and submit your assessments online, check the status of your course and unit progress, and contact your teaching section via email. If you do not have the internet at home, you can access the OLS through computers at TAFE NSW colleges, public libraries and other private internet facilities. You will need your Student Portal login username and password to access the internet at a TAFE NSW college. TAFE NSW Libraries As an OTEN student, you can visit libraries at any TAFE NSW college. TAFE NSW libraries have extensive resources, facilities and support services for students. These include print and electronic resources (videos, journals, exam papers, audiovisual and multi-media titles) and computers. Libraries may also provide a range of training sessions tailored to your needs. You can access resources through the TAFE NSW library catalogue from college libraries or online. You will need a TAFEcard or you may be able to register as a library borrower using your OTEN Enrolment Confirmation letter. Interstate students may also access the TAFE Libraries -- National Reciprocal borrowing scheme. This allows students of participating TAFE libraries to register and borrow materials in person from any other participating TAFE library in any other state. To access this service and for any other enquiries email us at WSIOTENLibraryServices@tafensw.edu.au Student support OTEN o ers a comprehensive range of student support services, including specialist support for people with special learning needs and people with a disability. Support for students with a disability Phone: 1300 362 890 or 02 9715 8601 Fax: 02 9715 8549 Email: email@example.com Deaf and Hearing Impaired TTY: 02 9715 8609 Fax: 02 9715 8549 Phone: 02 9715 8378 or 0408 608 193 (text messages only) The National Relay Service Australian Government Initiative, OTEN welcomes enquiries through the National Relay Service (NRS). The NRS helps people who are deaf or who have a hearing or speech impairment get in contact with OTEN by phone. For more information visit www.relayservice.com.au. Calls to the service cost about the same as a local call. All calls to OTEN are secure and relayed with strict confidentiality. Teletypewriter (TTY) or computer with modem users phone 133 677 then request the OTEN number you need. Speak and listen (speech to speech relay) users phone 1300 555 727 then request the OTEN phone number you need. TAFE NSW Learning Centres Haven't studied for a while? Need some support in literacy, numeracy or reading to help with your studies? As an OTEN student you may visit the Learning Centre at a TAFE NSW college. Call your local college to check whether they have a Learning Centre. Counselling and Careers Service Support is available before you apply to enrol with OTEN. You can contact the OTEN Counselling and Careers Service to discuss your study options. Counsellors can also help you with your career and educational planning and progress, including study skills or any personal matters that make it hard for you to study. Phone: 1300 655 993 or 02 9715 8446 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Online at: www.oten.edu.au What support does OTEN o er?
2011 OTEN Course and Careers Guide