INNOVATING CHANGE FOR A HEALTHIER COMMUNITY...

Facilities

At Wellpark we want to make student life as easy as possible, and there are a number of options on campus to facilitate this.

The Wellpark College reception serves the needs of students, faculty and the public alike. Students can make tuition or other payments, submit or collect administration forms, make book purchases, and contact administration or faculty staff.

The reception services are available from 9:00am - 5:00pm Monday to Friday.

Learning support is an important aspect of student life and the College is committed to providing quality facilities for students. This commitment led to a significant investment into the expansion of the library as part of a five year development plan, extending the range of books and journals, research papers and articles.

Study areas with computer facilities provide a supportive learning environment with access to the internet and the wealth of information to be found online. To access the library home page with additional online databases and journals, please click here.

The library services are available from 9:30am - 2:00pm Monday/ Tuesday/Thursday Friday and from 1:00pm - 7:30pm on Wednesday .

We carry a range of inspiring books recommended by tutors for your development and pleasure. The bookshop is located at Reception.
To fully prepare students for their future as professional natural therapists, the College runs a student clinic providing a thorough grounding in all aspects of clinical practice.

Having members of the general public as clients means that students can readily apply the knowledge and skills they have learnt. The local community benefits from this service, accessing natural health facilities at reduced prices.

A meeting place for students to discuss, share, eat, socialise and enjoy the family atmosphere of the College.
No person, whether a Student, Employee or Visitor, shall smoke within the buildings or outer premises of Wellpark College.

This policy meets the requirements of the Smoke-free Environments Act 1990 and is based on the following principles:

  • all indoor and outdoor areas of the campus are 100% smoke free
  • all members of the College community who do not smoke are entitled, so far as is reasonably practicable, to be protected from second-hand cigarette smoke when on campus
  • the College supports all efforts and initiatives to promote a smoke-free lifestyle as the norm
  • all people on campus and/or using College vehicles are expected to respect the College aim to promote a smoke-free lifestyle as the norm.
Student counselling support is also available at Prema Clinic. The service is free and is staffed by senior students in psychotherapy and counselling drawn from the AUT's Department of Psychotherapy, HD& T, and the Institute of Psychosynthesis. See the main notice board for details or speak to reception.
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