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Mentor Scheme documents


QUT maintains three types of insurance policies that cover students while they are involved in the Scheme - Personal Accident, Professional Indemnity and Public Liability.

Mentor Resources

The following are suggested resources for Mentors to use:

QUT Support Services

We recognise that QUT Career Mentors are not professional career counsellors, and offer professional support services to be utilised in conjunction with your mentoring relationship.

Careers and Employment

The C&E website allows students to access information regarding:

Counselling Service

Provides a professional, confidential and free counselling service to students.

International Student Services

Provides information on language on learning and student life, including employment issues such as visa requirements etc. Students can also access GoingGlobal through this site for international employment information.

QUT Visitor Card

QUT Access:

ID Card: Mentor details will be sent to the ID card system to allow ID card to be issued.

Library: Mentor will be able to activate their ID card to gain library borrowing rights and access to all QUT subscribed databases.

Access will continue for mentors currently in the scheme. Mentors who leave the scheme will have their access deactivated.

Gaining access:

(1) Visit QUT HiQ Student Centres

For further information please visit the HiQ Student Centres.

The Staff at HiQ will take your photo and issue a card on the spot (photo ID is required – eg. Australian drivers licence or passport). Your card will be activated once printed.

Further information about ID cards including how to request specific room access can be found at: ID Cards.

(2) Log on: