Navitas Student Portal

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If you are a new students of Navitas, knowing about how to access Student Portal is basic thing that you need to know. When you become a student of Navitas, you will have Student account that you will use to access anything related to your academic matters such as checking your grades, getting financial aid, seeing schedules and more.

To be able to access Student Portal, you are able to go to https://my.navitas-professional.edu.au. In this student portal, you have to login by clicking on orange Login button. In the login page, you have to enter your username and password and then hit the Login button. Sometimes, there are people who forget the password. If it also happens to you, you do not need to be panic. When you forget your password, you just need to click on “I forgot my password” link. After clicking on that, you will be brought to a page where you are able to reset your password. You will enter your username or email address and you are able to choose to verify either by email or SMS.


After choosing, hit the Submit button. You need to know that there is a time for maintenance. To know the schedules of maintenance, you are able to click on Maintenance and Downtime that you can find under orange Login button. Then, there will be a pop up window that shows the schedules of maintenance consisting of the date and also the time. When you access this Student Portal, you will see that there are two options under Maintenance and Downtime button including Australian College of Applied Psychology and Health Skills Australian. If you want to read more about one of these campuses, just click on one of them.

Navitas Health Skills Australia has provided specialist health care and community services training since 2005 and it is done to help meet industry skills gaps and improve the lives of people in care to make a difference. This is a Registered Training Organisation that offers the nationally accredited HLT54115 Diploma of Nursing course in full time and part time study modes with campuses in Melbourne. The modern campuses are located in central locations with convenient access to public transport, and its flexible study options are designed to assist accommodate your educational needs around work and family commitments.

This campus has a typical HSA classroom which provides individual attention to students in supportive smaller-class setting. The students come from all walks of life. Your cohort is likely to include a friendly mix of school-leavers, career-changers and those seeking to re-enter the workforce with new skills to pursue a health care career assisting others. At HSA, student support is a priority, with assistance readily available to help you maintain confidence from enrolment to graduation day. The program at this campus are taught by highly skilled nurses with current workplace experience. HSA also organises work placements for students in accordance with accreditation requirements, to guarantee competency in a comprehensive range of clinical settings before graduation.

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