Training providers support your learning by arranging things like interpreters, note takers, tutors, equipment, mentors and workshops to help you get some great study habits in place.
They can also assist in talking with teachers about your disability or medical condition and implement a variety of ways to do your assessments.
This support may vary so make a time to visit your training provider to see what they can do for you.
When to connect with the Disability Support or Student Services Unit?
When you make a decision on where you want to study, it is good to make contact with the Disability Support or Student Services Unit early so they can organise what is needed so when the course starts everything is ready for you.
You know what you used or would have liked at school, so ask the question and see where your conversation leads.