Study support - TAFE NSW
Student services - Study support
Help with learning
Sometimes you may need help with a particular subject or skill.
Perhaps maths isn't your strong point, or you find it hard to express ideas in writing for essays or exam answers.
If you need help like this, we can offer you tutorials and other forms of learner support.
Learner support may help you with:
- English as a second language
- Computing skills
- Communication skills
Depending on your needs, we offer learner support:
- At drop-in centres
- In small groups
- With a team teacher
- As one-to-one tuition
- Via the internet
We can provide specialised support if you have a disability or if English is not your first language.
Submit an online enquiry or call 131 601 to find out what study support services are available at your location.
Free 24/7 access to Lynda.com for all enrolled students
Lynda.com is an online library featuring course and instructional videos. The videos are taught by recognised industry experts and cover the latest in technology, creative, and business skills.
Access Lynda.com under the My Learning area in the Student Portal.
Visit the Lynda LibGuide for more information. If you need any help, please talk to your teacher, local librarian or the customer service team.
Free online study help, right when you need it with Studiosity
Studiosity is an online study support service available to all TAFE NSW enrolled students. It connects students to subject specialists who can answer questions about your study-related needs. You can:
- Get constructive English writing feedback on academic writing, including structure, grammar, referencing, punctuation and spelling in less than 24 hours unless otherwise advised and/or
- Connect live for personalised chat help with one of the Studiosity subject specialists to receive foundational assistance in the subjects of math, science, English, accounting and more.
Access Studiosity for free from your Student Portal.Visit the Studiosity LibGuide for more information. If you need any help, please talk to your teacher, local librarian or the customer service team.