If you are away from too many classes, your lecturer will ask you to explain why.
You may be asked to agree to a learning contract with certain conditions and you may also be sent an intention to report letter.
If you are having difficulty with your course, studying, settling in or personal problems that are affecting your class attendance, you can speak with a student counsellor.
Ask the student services office at your campus or the International Student Office who to contact for counselling.
International students also have access to advisory services outside of TAFE South Australia in accordance with the Education Services Overseas Students Act and National Code of Practice 2007.
These services are provided by the Office of the Training Advocate. The Office of the Training Advocate is a free, independent support service for International students studying in South Australia. Friendly staff help students find the assistance they need by connecting them with the people best suited to resolve their concerns.
The Office of the Training Advocate can be contacted on 1800 006 488 or visited in their offices at:
Ground Floor, 55 Currie Street, Adelaide.