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Information for Parents

Canning College enjoys a reputation for servicing the requirements of parents, especially those of students under the age of 18 years. Canning College's services to parents are compliant with privacy and security requirements.

Checklist

In preparation for your son/daughter studying at Canning College, have you checked the following:

Monitor Your Progress

Lecturers enter marks in the electronic marks book. When an assessment activity is finalised, marks are released. The marks profile for each student is updated at the end of every week and updates are made available on the website. The information also includes details of any absences from classes. The system commences after the first assessment activity is completed.

Steps to access your student's results:

  • Go to http://reporting.canningcollege.wa.edu.au
  • Enter the student number (i.e. College student identification number)
  • Select the date of birth
  • Click Submit
  • Click Course marks
  • Scroll through each subject. Information includes a mark for each assessment item and a cumulative score for each subject.

Note: Information shown can not be printed - it can only be viewed on the screen.

Reporting

Diploma of Commerce and Certificate IV
Reports are issued at the end of each study period. (Certificate IV by Term, Diploma by Semester) Reports are issued to students.

Senior Secondary School level programs (Foundation, WACE Year 12, Year 11, Bridging)
Reports are issued by study period - by Term, By Semester and at the end of the program - depending on the course. Reports are mailed to the home address and a copy given to each student.
Progress reports can be requested (in writing) between reporting periods.

Accommodation Placement

Canning College offers a FREE accommodation placement service for its students.

Student Villages
Students must be at least 17 years of age.
Vickery House - shared with Curtin University on Canning College property.

Homestay
This style of accommodation is available for any student, but is compulsory for students under 17 years of age. All homestays are vetted by Canning College staff and hosts must have a Working With Children card. Under a new Department fo Education directive, ALL under 18 aged students at WA Government education institutions must use homestay services provided by Australian Homestay Network (AHN). The services can be accessed by students and education agents at http://homestaynetwork.org/ . The main reason for the change is the excellent insurance cover provided by AHN. The following links provide more information about AHN:

Private rentals and share houses
This style of accommodation is only available for students over 18 years of age. Canning College assists students by finding places and examining rental contracts.

Orientation

For students doing Orientation for school level programs, Canning College arranges accommodation at the venue and can assist parents in finding suitable accommodation for the orientation period.

Care of Under 18s

In most cases Canning College acts as the carer/guardian, What Canning College does:

  • Careful accommodation placement is the first step.
  • Monitoring accommodation host reports
  • Formal interviews with a Student Advisor each term
  • Attendance and academic progress monitored.
  • Intervention processes implemented when appropriate.
  • Liaison with parents (and agent) whenever required.

Services

Canning College provides a comprehensive range of campus services FREE to Canning College students.

Pre-arrival Pre-commencement Academic Pastoral Care Other
Prompt processing Airport reception and transfers Study skills courses Intervention for at risk students Student concession cards
Course selection advice Orientation Career advice Accommodation Library
Visa documentation Accommodation placement Study advice Counselling and advising Cafeteria
Pre-departure information kits Subject selection advice Learning support Recreation Centre Computer help desk
Accommodation bookings - students and families Enrolment and timetabling English language support Social program Prayer room
    University visits Medical insurance assistance e-information for students
    Reports and testimonials Visa information  
    Computer access and wifi Mail service  
    Assistance with university applications Emergency assistance  

Family Bursaries

In recognition of family loyalty to Canning College, the College provides family bursaries for siblings or children of past students. Standard bursary is 10% reduction of the tuition fee.

Useful Links

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