Returning to lecturing in 2021

Welcome back to an exciting 2021/22 academic year where all of the Griffith College campuses are open for our full-time, part-time and blended programmes. 

We have a new, core working group driving all teaching, learning and assessment initiatives called the Education, Learning and Development Group (ELDG).

Teaching Champions have been appointed in faculties and regions to support lecturers in all aspects of their delivery and assessment, from discipline-specific teaching approaches to redesigning individual assignments.

The College’s Digital Learning Department (DLD) has created helpful videos on how to deliver and record Zoom lectures. These are already available. The DLD team can also be contacted directly on [email protected]. This is a ticketed service and the best way to seek support from the DLD team.

Information for Learners

You can view our latest learners update in the news section. If you have further queries, they may be addressed in their FAQs. Furthermore, an Etiquette Guide has been created for online learners.



Remote Teaching

We have set up a dedicated section for information on Remote Teaching. Please visit this page and follow the information there to get started. It contains information and guides for using your own devices as well as college-owned devices and how to request support if required.

If you also carry out administrative tasks and require remote access to administrative software and network drives, please see Remote Working for information on how to request access through GC IT. 

If you require remote access, please submit a request using this form.

Wellness Supports

If you want to speak with a private counsellor, Griffith offers a counselling service free of charge to all students and staff. To make an appointment, you can email [email protected] or call 085 1521511. Sessions are available over the phone and via Skype. Learn more about Griffith's counselling service.