Tutor Registration Form

Please fill the following form

The Program Tutors are highly valued and are an integral part of the Indigenous Student Support portfolio and wider CDU Community. All tutors must be culturally aware, have a sound academic background and/or relevant skills and can work positively, productively and sensitively with Indigenous Students.

Section 1 - Tutor Details
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Contact Details

Home address

Postal address

Section 2 – Tutor Qualifications and Formal Training
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State which disciplines, skills and experience that may be more specific to your qualifications and you are able to tutor, including any previous work with Indigenous people:
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: gif jpg jpeg png pdf doc docx.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: jpg jpeg png pdf.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: jpg jpeg png pdf doc docx.
Section 3 – Availability and Preferred Contact
Section 4 – Declaration and Signature
  1. I declare that the information I have provided on this registration form is true and complete.
  2. I acknowledge that the submitting of this information is considered an electronic signature.
  3. I understand that registering as a tutor with the Program does not guarantee employment.   
  4. I agree for the contracted students to receive and contact me on my preferred contact details.
  5. I acknowledge that while I am employed as a casual tutorial support staff member, I will comply with the rules, procedures, policies, Tutor Guidelines and by-laws of the University, as amended from time to time.
  6. I agree to complete the Student Assessment Plan and any other required forms requested by the TS team.
  7. I understand that the University may disclose personal information to Commonwealth, State or Territory agencies where required by law or for program reporting and monitoring purposes.
  8. I understand that giving false or misleading information is a serious offence resulting in contract cancellation and exclusion from the Program; and may incur in a debt to the Commonwealth or the provider or both if I receive assistance or payment that I should not have received.