Learning with Technology
Using iPads, virtual reality headsets and other technology in class
Technology that brings lessons to life
When you study with Navitas Skilled Futures, you will use digital technology in all of our courses. Using iPads, virtual reality headsets and other technology in class means you can learn when it suits you, and in ways that help you remember lessons easily.
It also means you get the important digital skills needed for Australian workplaces. And, of course, technology also helps you connect with other students, so that you can support each other and stay in touch. We use the following in our digital learning:
- virtual reality (VR), giving you the chance to see other places in the world and experience new skills and employment possibilities
- online resources, so your learning can be tailored to your needs
- a learning hub that lets you work on specific skills to settle more easily in Australia, including learning skills for jobs
- access to technology such as iPads and Chromebooks, so they become familiar and you find them easy to use.
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Other Support Services
If you have young children, you can still study with us. We work with a childcare company called KU Children’s Services to offer you free* childcare while you study with Navitas Skilled Futures.
At Navitas Skilled Futures, we know it is not easy to find a job and feel at home when you cannot speak English. That is why we can talk to you in your own language.
Our Volunteer Tutor Scheme is designed to help migrants and refugees who cannot attend our AMEP classes, or who need extra learning support.
Work placements are where you work somewhere for a short time with real bosses, in real companies. We have helped hundreds of people get new skills for their CVs and find jobs this way, and we can help you too.
While we make sure our lessons are interesting and fun, we do a lot more for young people than just sit in a classroom. We focus on how young people learn best.