If you are an organisation in the private or public sector wanting to communicate to potential clients then Charles Darwin University Orientation 2014 is an event not to miss.
Student orientation day is your opportunity to meet, speak and promote your services directly to our students and staff. The university will promote Orientation 2014 directly to its new and continuing students as well as to university staff.
Space is limited, so please book early to avoid disappointment.
The Orientation's Exhibition will be held from 11.00am to 2.00pm on Tuesday 25 February, 2014 at the Casuarina campus in Darwin.
|Darwin Presbyterian Church||Free ESL course offered during Term 1. Qualified teachers. No obligation.
A caring Christian Community, presenting Jesus for today.
|Department of Treasury and Finance||The Department of Treasury and Finance is a trusted and influential adviser to the NT Government in areas including financial management, economic, commercial, taxation and regulatory rssues, investment and borrowings, and public secfor superannuation.We offer a range of career opportunities and a supportive environment that encourages work/ilfe balance,professional development and career progression.|
|Volunteering SA-NT||Volunteering SA&NT is a not-for-profit organisation and the peak body representing the interests of volunteers and the volunteering sector in South Australia and Northern Territory. Its mission is to promote and celebrate volunteering and play a key leadership role in advancing volunteering by providing an extensive range of services, support and resources for some 600,000 volunteers and over 2000 volunteer organisations.|
|Flinders NT||Flinders University in the NT offers the Flinders Doctor of Medicine (MD). Whether you are a school leaver or university graduate in the Northern Territory, the NT Medical Program (NTMP) allows you to undergo your entire medical training in the Northern Territory. For school leavers, Flinders University in partnership with Charles Darwin University offers a 6 year double degree. Flinders University also offers an Indigenous Entry Stream for Indigenous graduates interested in the four year MD.|
|Uniprint||Uniprint NT combines the age-old craft of printing with modern technology to provide a comprehensive range of services, including prepress/graphic design, digital and offset printing, and multiple finishing options including thesis binding available to all. The uniprint Express system (student print) provides $10 per semester free of charge to each student which is allocated to a ‘printstart’ account on each CDU Student Card. Photocopiers/Printers are available in the libraries on the Casuarina and Palmerston campuses. Your CDU Student Card can be used as a rechargeable copy/print card or you can buy a Casual User Photocopy Card from the cash reload stations in both libraries. Please READ the notices around the room carefully before you start. If you have any problems, contact library staff or go to www.cdu.edu.au/uniprintexpress.|
|Careers in Government||The Department of Corporate and Information Servrces Employment Programs Unit coordinate the recruitment
and facilitate the application administration for the Northern Territory Public Secfor Graduate Development
Program, Vacation Employment Program and the lndigenous Cadetship Support Program. Ihese programs
support whole of government initiatives and aim to develop skills, experience, knowledge and increase
capacity and capabilities with the NIPS
|DonateLife NT||DonateLife NT agency aims to raise awareness about organ and tissue donation, encourage discussion about donation, offer compassionate support to donor families and manage effective services in organ and tissue donation. DonateLife NT will have a few merchandise available as well as informational brochures and Zaidees coloured shoelaces - $2 towards Rainbow Foundation.|
|Defence Force Recruiting||Australia’s Navy, Army and Air Force can give you experiences money can’t buy – a career that not only improves you personally, but means doing something worthwhile for your country. From fully paid university degrees, graduate entry schemes, rewarding trade and technical careers, through to support and administration roles.|
|Officeworks||Officeworks provides all Print & Copy, Technology, Stationary and Furniture needs|
|Youth Emporment Against HIV/AIDS||YEAH is health promotion not-for-profit funded by the Commonwealth Department of Health. YEAH’s mission is to empower young people to prevent the spread of HIV and other STIs through participation and leadership. YEAH’s peer educators (‘Agents of YEAH’) will hold a Red Aware stall, providing youth-friendly sexual health information and resources to students.|
|Australian Red Cross Blood Service||27,000 blood donations are needed every week in Australia to help patients in need, including people with cancer, new mothers and trauma victims. This is possible through the support of more than half a million voluntary blood donors.|
|Amity Community Services Inc||Amity provides confidential counselling, information, support and education in the areas of alcohol use; tobacco use; other drug use and gambling. The service is available to people who have concerns about their own behaviour or are concerned about the behaviour of someone close to.|
|BUPA Australia||BUPA provides private health insurance for singles/families. We have a cover that can be tailored to suit all budgets. Provide cover for overseas students.|
|Community Justice Centre||The Community Justice Centre has been established by the Northern Territory Government to provide mediation services to the community to help people resolve their own disputes without legal action. Our serviceis free, confidential, voluntary, timely, and easy to use|
|Aust Centre for Indigenous Knowledges & Education (ACIKE)||ACIKE’s unique course content allows Indigenous students to engage with Indigenous creative writing, from Early childhood teaching to nursing, and higher degrees by research and more|
|Equity Services||CDU students are welcome to contact EQUITY SERVICES for the following services:
· Careers and employment
· Disability Services
· Off-Campus Accommodation
All services are FREE of charge, book an appointment using the ONLINE BOOKING SYSTEM or telephone Equity Services.
|Office of Library Services||Office of Library Services provides professional and friendly assistance to staff, researchers and students accessing our wide range of library resources and services. We are located at Casuarina, Palmerston and Alice Springs campuses with our website at http://www.cdu.edu.au/library|
|CDU Study Abroad||Do you love to travel? Do you want to discover new countries and new cultures but you don’t want to take time off your studies? Study Abroad / Exchange is for you! Come talk to our friendly staff about the options, opportunities and scholarships available. Please list the names of all staff who will|
|Student Central||Student Central provides a ‘one stop’ service. We are a highly trained and professional team here to support you throughout your student experience.
· General information about studying at Charles Darwin University
· General information about studying at Charles Darwin University
· Course information
· Student cards
· Fee and payments
· Campus information and general enquiries
|Academic Language and Learning Success Program (ALLSP)||The Academic Language and Learning Success Program (ALLSP) is here to support students’ academic development at CDU. We offer free workshops and individual consultations to help students:
· Understand your assignments
· Know what standard of work is required
· Know how to get the grades you want
· Develop the skills necessary for academic success
· Undertake your studies confidently
We support all students: internal, external, undergraduate, postgraduate, international and domestic. All our services are available face-to-face, by phone and online.
|Clinic 34||Clinic 34 is a Confidential Sexual health service that provides free testing and treatment of STI's, HIV and Hepatitis C.
The Clinic is Located at 87 Mitchell Street, Darwin call 8999 2678 for an appointment or drop in.
|Recognise This||Recognise this is the Yuth-led movement to recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, in the Australian constitution. We will have merchandise and information to hand out to students, and will be happy to speak to students about the movement and how they can be involved and show support.|
|International House Darwin||International House Darwin’s iGrow program provides you with lifelong memories of good times and great friendships. iGrow events cover professional and academic development, cultural and local experiences and social activities to promote personal wellbeing. To become part of the iGrow community visit: cdu.edu.au/ihd|
|CPA Australia||CPA Australia is the one of the largest professional accounting Bodies Globally with more than 150,000 members working in 127 countries around the world. CPA Australia offers a number of engaging student initiatives on campus. Join the network and gain access to the Naked CEO, CPA career Expo, Boardroom Tycoon and much more|
|CDU Christians||CDU Christians is a student run group of individuals that put on social events such as barbecuses, sports, bible studies, camps and confrences|
|Red Frogs & In Church||Red Frogs is a chaplaincy for University Students.
In Church Darwin meets on CDU campus each Sunday
|Headspace Darwin||Headspace Darwin is a mental health service for young people aged 12-25 years. The service has a range of youth friendly health professionals who can assist young people & their families. We have co-located services such as Clinic 34 (free sexual health clinic), Drug & Alcohol worker (NT Gov.) & Family counsellor (RESOLVE)|
|Enactus CDU||Enactus CDU is an international student group that brings together students, academics and community leaders to create and implement projects that create social change. Enactus provides opportunities to students to make networks nationally, whilst gaining recognisable experience and learning real life skills. Information and other fun activities will be held.|
|Baha'I Local Spiritual Assembly of Darwin||The aim of the Junior Youth Spiritual Empowerment Program is to assist junior youth (ages 11-14) to take ownership of their spiritual and intellectual development, to develop a strong sense of purpose and the volition needed to make good decisions, and to engage in meaningful social action within their communities. Are you interested in being an animator of this program|
|Charles Darwin University Student Association||CDUSA is the student representative body for students studying through CDU. We offer funding and general support to student groups as well as hosting events. CDUSA works with national organisations, local community and the university to support students at CDU.|
|Student Advocacy Officer||The student Advocacy Officer provides assistance to students by representing them in areas that impact on the quality of their experience while studying at Charles Darwin University. The Student Advocacy Officer and timely advice in regards to student matters will advocate on behalf of the students and provide impartial, accurate.|
|The Gym@CDU||The Gym@CDU is a fully equipped gym that is open to the public as well as all staff and students at CDU. We also offer group fitness classes and personal training services. Discounted memberships available for all staff and students|
|CDU Sporting Groups||
Find out more about your local sporting groups:
Uni Azzuri Football Club
Badminton at Uni
University Bulls Cricket Club
Hoggies Uni Netball Club
University Rats Football Club
Uni Rebels Basketball
Uni Pirates Rugby Club
Australian Sepak Takraw Association
Nightcliff Uni Tigers Hockey
|CDU Alumni||As a CDU student, you are on the way to becoming a CDU Alumnus. To help you on your journey, the CDU Alumni network offers a range of benefits to current students, including great discounts and VIP opportunities to grow your networks and skills. Visit http://www.cdu.edu.au/mace/alumni to find out more.|
|Skycity Darwin||Skycity Darwin boasts Darwin's only five star beach front resort and hotel. Five restaurants, Eight bars, Beachside pavillion, Numerous conference and function spaces, Lagoon Day Spa, Gaming and Entertainment.|
|Multicultural Council of the Northern Territory Inc||The MCNT, based at Malak, is the local peak body for multiculturalism. Their staff and volunteers provide direct services and activities for vulnerable and socially and economically disadvantaged individuals and families from recently-arrived migrant and refugee backgrounds. The MCNT also provides advice and information for skilled workers and international students|
|Northern Territory Medicare Local (NTML)||Friendly staff from the Northern Territory Medicare Local are available to give students an opportunity to have their eHealth questions answered and to register for an eHealth record. A personally controlled eHealth record is a secure online summary of your health information. You control what goes into it and who is allowed to access it. Registration only takes a few minutes, all you need to do is bring along your Medicare card and photo identification/drivers licence.|
|StARRH Rural Health Club||The StARRH Rural Health Club is a multidisciplinary student group for health students at CDU and Flinders NT. StARRH provides a voice for students who are passionate about rural and remote health. We facilitate multidisciplinary networking, professional development opportunities and experience in working in rural and remote areas.|
|Rotaract Club Darwin||Rotaract is a global organisation that empowers students and young professionals to create positive change in their local communities and around the world. Rotaract provides unique opportunities that assist its members in becoming the business and professional leaders of tomorrow.|
|Bank SA||Bank SA aspires to be one of the world's great businesses, helping its customers, communities and people to prosper and grow. Bank SA would love to help all of CDU's students with all of their banking needs. It can offer the students fee free student accounts, student visa debit cards, internet/phone banking access, BT superannuation accounts.|
|CDU Short Courses||CDU Short Courses delivers corporate, public and tailored training solutions to business and government in the Northern Territory. We offer a suite of non-accredited short courses designed to enhance and develop your skills, including a selection of courses from the Australian Institute of Management. Course subject areas include leadership, human resource management, computer training, communication and organisational skills.|
|St John Ambulance NT||It strives to be the leading provider of first aid, ambulance & related health services in Australia. It is dedicated to helping people in sickness, distress, suffering or in danger. It also provides the highest quality in safety and first aid training within the Top End. It provides a wide range of products and services to both private and public industries including both contract and mechanical services.|
|NT Legal Aid Commission||The commission produces free legal advice, information and referral. We provide help with family law, civil law and criminal law matters. For assistance call the legal aid helpline on 1800 019 343|
|Westpac||Westpac - Australia's first bank. Offering a range of products and services to students, including fee-free bank accounts.|