You are invited to Discover Griffith through our orientation bus tour, On the Move
This one day tour is a fun, informative and interactive way to learn about our five campuses and experience the great facilities each one provides in teaching, research and community engagement. Each tour can take up to 24 staff, giving you plenty of opportunity to network with your new colleagues throughout the day.
2020 Tour schedule
Monday, 3 February
|Tuesday, 11 August||Nathan|
|Tuesday, 20 October||Gold Coast|
|Tuesday, 3 November||Nathan|
Join a tour
Book your seat on the bus by enrolling through the My Staff Page.
Once you’re on the Staff Page, go to Training and Online Resources > Face2Face Training > use Search by Course Number to find the On the Move sessions at your closest campus.
Gold Coast - 100004
Nathan - 100003
If you do not have access to the Staff Portal yet, send the following details to firstname.lastname@example.org to enrol:
- preferred tour date
- any dietary requirements or accessibility needs
Use the schedules below to get an idea of what you will be doing during your tour.
Chris Reilly, Learning and Development Team, People and Wellbeing
Anna Voukelatos, Training and Communication Team, Student Administration
What to wear and bring
The tour includes a reasonable amount of walking, which includes going up and down stairs.
Dress casually and wear comfortable shoes as you can be on your feet all day. In the warmer months, it is a good idea to bring a hat and water bottle.
If you have difficulty walking for long periods, or walking up and down stairs, please contact us to discuss how we can meet your needs.
Morning tea and lunch are provided on each tour.
If you have any special dietary requirements, please let us know at least two days before the tour.
You can also add dietary needs to your profile on the My Staff Page, under About Me.
As a new employee, it opened my eyes to the diverse range of degrees offered, and the facilities that Griffith has to offer students. Reading about something is very different to viewing it first hand. It was a great opportunity to network as well.
It gave me a deeper understanding of the diversity of education that Griffith offers. It was also great to meet and network with staff members from different areas.
Most definitely, I am much better informed now as to the campuses, courses and how they connect. Also better informed for potential research opportunities.
Absolutely helped me feel part of a bigger team and have an increased appreciation and respect for what the other areas on the campus do.
Made me feel even more proud to work for such a great institute. Lots of benefits and opportunities as an employee.