As part of your Induction at ACU, you are required to take part in all components within the first six months of employment at ACU.
Ongoing conversations with your supervisor are crucial to supporting induction at a local level. These conversations help to clarify expectations of your role, discuss resources, preferred ways of working and your learning needs, and are an opportunity to give and receive feedback about your progress. On commencement, your supervisor will organise a time to meet to discuss your new role and to answer any questions you have.
E-Essentials is a range of online modules, covering topics that you need to know in order to be legally compliant.
You have six compulsory modules to complete:
These are available on the ‘My Learning’ homepage on the Professional Learning Hub.
You will receive an email upon commencement with your Professional Learning Hub login details.
History of ACU, Catholic Intellectual Life and Ethics Module
This recorded Q&A webinar presented by Professor Hayden Ramsay, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Coordination, explores the history of ACU, Catholic Intellectual Life and Ethics. This recording is available to view, and mark complete on the Professional Learning Hub.
The email you receive upon commencement will provide your E-Induction login details.
All Endeavours Grounded in Mission
This interactive workshop provides an opportunity for staff to understand and participate in a discussion about the Mission and its importance at ACU, The Catholic Intellectual Tradition, and how the Mission aligns with work at ACU.
You will be auto enrolled in the All Endeavours Grounded in Mission Workshop upon commencement. If the date you are enrolled in is not convenient, please log a Service Central request and the Learning and Development team will reschedule accordingly.
Cultural Awareness Workshop
This workshop is delivered by the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Employment team.
The workshop will introduce you to the ACU Reconciliation Action Plan and provide you with a greater understanding of how to create and support a culturally safe environment for the ACU Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.
You will be auto enrolled in a workshop upon commencement. If the date you are enrolled in is not convenient, please log a Service Central request and the Learning and Development team will reschedule accordingly.
The final component of your Induction Program is the U@ACU workshop facilitated by the Learning & Development team and is an opportunity to consolidate the staff member’s understanding and reflect on their induction journey. This will be an opportunity for you to ask questions and provide feedback about your induction journey.
You will receive an invitation to attend this workshop as the final component of your induction journey.