Strategies Ensure that the essential requirements of all programs/courses are stated explicitly in any information about that program/course including information about any associated professional registration processes.
Provide advice to key staff on the information that should be included in material for future, commencing and current students on matters such as disclosure, program/course requirements, the process for negotiating reasonable adjustments and the services available to assist future students. Review current strategies to encourage students to disclose their impairments and or medical conditions if they require reasonable adjustments to be made or if they have concerns about managing any of the essential requirements of their programs/courses and either enhance these or develop new strategies.
Identify communication protocols to ensure the timely provision of appropriate support to international students with disabilities
Provide current students with disabilities with opportunities to become Student Ambassadors, Student Partners, mentors or other similar roles.
Continue to enhance the Tertiary Education Experience Program
Revise implementation of Equipped to Learn Project
Griffith University Disability Action Plan: Final
Responsibility All PVCs, Deans responsible for Teaching and Learning portfolio Heads of Schools (HOS) Dean, Graduate Research School Director, Quality, Planning and Statistics Academic Registrar Head of the Secretariat Director, Student Services Manager, Student Equity Services Disability Services Officers
Director, External Relations Manager, Student Equity Services Director, Student Administration Director, Student Services PVC International First Year Advisors PVC, International Director, GELI Director Student Services Manager, Student Equity Services Director, External Relations Director, Student Services Manager, Student Equity Services Director, Student Services Manager, Student Equity Services Principal Adviser, Student Equity Manager, Student Equity Services
Timeframe January to June 2009 - development of a schedule of programs to be reviewed from July 2009 onwards
From Semester 1 2009
Commencing 2008 and ongoing
Commencing July 2008
Commencing Semester 2 2007
Commence revision 2008