Micro-credential learners are an important part of our Trinity community. We have a range of services and resources available to you to ensure that you feel included and supported throughout your lifelong learning journey.
Trinity micro-credentials appeal to a wide range of learners including existing professionals, graduates wishing to upskill, entrepreneurs seeking to diversify or lifelong learners seeking to return to work and reskill. We recognise that our learners will be studying part-time and will often be balancing their studies alongside busy careers or family responsibilities.
Support with academic writing, using the virtual learning environment and the library will equip you with the skills and knowledge that can help you to succeed. Connecting with clubs and societies or the disability service can make sure that you really feel a part of our on-campus community. Just some of the available services are linked below:
Orientation and Supports
- Academic Writing Centre
- Student Learning Development Workshops
- Learning on Blackboard
- Clubs and Societies
- Academic Registry
- MyCareer Portal
- Disability Services
- Reasonable Accommodations Application Process
- Online Learning