Open Access College is committed to providing online education to Aboriginal Students in South Australia.
OAC provides an Aboriginal Education Team, consisting of our Deputy Principal, ACEO/ASETO and three Aboriginal Education teachers.
The AET provide support to teachers to ensure Indigenous perspectives are included across our curriculum.
Also, students can access tutorial support, one on one support, cultural and academic advice.
OAC encourages and supports its Indigenous community with onsite Celebrations including; Celebrating The Apology, Survival Day, The Referendum, Mabo Day, Reconciliation Week, and NAIDOC week.
Both campuses are keen to hear from and work with Indigenous families to instil Aboriginal perspectives, ideas and culture in our teaching.
Helping students and families get started each step of the way. From reception to work or tertiary study, OAC supports educational One plans, wellbeing, access to traineeships and apprenticeships.
OAC and SOTA cover over 30 Aboriginal Nations in their educational footprint.
Many diverse communities are engaged at OAC, creating two way learning and engaging students with communities other than their own.
Last updated: 28 January 2021