Emergency and health services
In Australia, the number 000 will connect you to emergency services
The operator will ask you where you are and what kind of service you require.
Where you need a quick response from police, there has been a car accident, you are threatened or hurt in public or at home.
Medical treatment – not an emergency
It is a good idea to find a doctors practice near your home or in the city near our campus where you can go for medical treatments.
A search on the internet will help you identify a Medical Centre convenient for you.
Police – not an emergency
SAPOL – South Australian Police
You can call Police on 131 4 44
Or visit the website https://www.police.sa.gov.au/
Personal Support from us
If you want to speak to someone confidentially at our Institute about a personal matter. Call our reception and request an appointment or visit the campus and ask to speak with Student Support Officer.
You can contact the institute by phone, email or wechat
There are phone services that can assist you in a crisis
Get in Touch
If you can’t speak to someone you know about what is worrying you, please contact Lifeline today.
Call us 13 11 14 (24-hour crisis support)
Chat to a crisis supporter
Text with us on 0477 13 11 14
Working Rights and Conditions in Australia
There is a public service to help people understand their rights and obligations in the workplace.
You can use the Fair Work website for information https://www.fairwork.gov.au/
Phone legal services
Legal Services Commission of South Australia
Free Legal Advice
- Telephone Advice Service
- Legal Advice Appointment Service
- Legal Chat Service
- Free Legal Help Easy Read Guide