Disability Access

Equity & Access
It is important that everyone is accepted and included in society, work, sport and education. This is why the Australian government introduced the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA). This law provides protection for everyone in Australia against discrimination based on disability.

For more information follow the link:
The Disability Discrimination Act 1992

How does the Disability Discrimination Act apply to education?

The Disability Standards for Education 2005 clarify obligations under the DDA in relation to education and training. The Standards require organisations to take reasonable steps to enable students with disability to participate in education and use facilities and services on the same basis as students without disability. This may include making reasonable adjustments to teaching or assessment practices.

The objective of the DDA is to provide equal opportunity and a level playing field.
Students can access personal and academic help through contacting our Counselling Service. Students are able to arrange personal interviews during weekdays from 9:00am to 5:00pm. Contact AAPoly's reception counter to make an appointment, call +613 8610 4100 or email us. This service is provided free of charge to AAPoly students.

Our building is wheelchair-accessible and has lifts, ramps and accessible toilets. View our campus maps for locations of wheelchair accessible entry points and toilets.

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