ACU Induction Program
Your induction program starts with ACU by exploring the Welcome to ACU booklet.
This resource provides you with essential information to support you to successfully navigate ACU as a new team member. The booklet includes an introduction to ACU, including Our History, Mission, Identity, Values and key information about the organisation.
New Starter Essentials
Essentials involves the completion of online learning modules designed to provide an introduction to the ACU work environment. Each module provides overview of the expectations, policies and processes that have been put in place to ensure a safe, compliant and positive work environment.
There are four compulsory modules to complete:
1.Welcome to ACU
This module provides general new starter information and is recommended to be completed first.
2.Work Health & Safety
Creating and maintaining a safe workplace environment is critical, we all have a role to play. This module provides an introduction to ACU Workplace Health and Safety policies, procedures and expectations.
3. Living the Code, everyday
It's important we all understand what's expected of us in the workplace. It's what we do that defines who we are. In this module you will explore the expected behaviour standards within our Code of Conduct and your role in maintaining a positive and safe work environment.
4. Managing Risk
The Managing Risk module introduces the key risks in the ACU workplace. It provides an overview of how these risks are managed, expectations of team members in managing the risks and where to find more information.
You can access the New Starter modules via the Learning Hub under the 'My Learning' tab.
It is recommended that you set aside time (approximately 2 hours) in your calendar to work through the modules at your own pace. You can save your progress and return to the modules at any stage. All four induction modules are required be completed within the first month of your employment.
The completion of these modules provides you with core information about working at ACU, to support a successful start with the team.
Flourishing Through 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. Completion of this workshop is required within the first three months of employment.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Awareness Workshop
Through this workshop you will be provided with a greater understanding of how to create and support a culturally safe environment for our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff and community. Completion of this workshop is required within the first three months of employment.
You will receive an invitation to register for these foundation workshop/s in your first week with ACU. Both workshops are virtual and contain engagement activities.
These conversations help to clarify the expectations of your role, including how to navigate the ACU environment to access the resources you need and to identify any further training needs that you may have. Regular catch ups with your supervisor provide the opportunity to discuss progress and provide feedback.
On commencement, your supervisor will organise a time to meet to discuss your role and to answer any questions you have.