The Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science has an extensive portfolio of services that we provide to the community. Our services range from health related services to education programs that encourage school students to embrace science and mathematics.
The Vario Wellness Clinic is an holistic, multidisciplinary health and wellness facility located at ECU’s Joondalup Campus. The clinic offers leading edge, evidence-based wellness programs, integrated consulting and assessment services, across the disciplines of exercise physiology, dietetics, occupational therapy, psychology and physiotherapy.
For more information, see our Vario Wellness Clinic web pages.
The ECU Psychological Services Centre is the training clinic for postgraduate students studying Clinical and Clinical/Forensic Psychology at a Masters and Doctoral level. The clinic provides counselling, psychotherapeutic services and psychological assessments to members of the community.
For more information, see our ECU Psychological Services Centre web page.
The Human Performance Centre aims to provide a range of quality sports science services to community coaches, teachers, teams and individuals across Perth, Western Australia and internationally.
The IpAC Unit provides new clinical placements for students from allied health disciplines at ECU and the University of Western Australia. The IpAC Unit will deliver a world-class interprofessional learning environment and community clinic that will develop communication and collaboration among health students and optimise chronic disease self-management for all clients.
The general practice (GP) super clinics are a major health initiative of the Australian Government. ECU and the Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science are involved in the development of the Wanneroo GP Super Clinic which will combine research with health provision and lead to new approaches for disease prevention.
Each January the faculty invites 50-60 students about to commence Year 10 to participate in The ConocoPhillips Science Experience at ECU. The three days of action packed science activities are designed to encourage students to pursue science and technology subjects into upper school, and ultimately at a tertiary level.
For more information, visit the Science Experience website.
The LabRats program is run during the Semester 2 mid-semester break, with students from Years 10 or 11 participating in a full-day of science lectures and workshops. The aim of the program is to encourage students to pursue science in upper school, and ultimately at a tertiary level.
The STEPUP Peer Tutoring Program is an initiative placing high achieving university students into high schools located near the Mount Lawley and Joondalup Campuses of ECU. Our peer tutors volunteer their time and can run study groups or provide one-on-one assistance.
For more information, contact our Community Officer.
The faculty conducts a series of WACE revision workshops each year that are designed to assist Year 12 students in their preparation for their final exams. The workshops have proven highly successful and are provided freely to all. Workshops are delivered by senior teachers with markers present at the sessions covering problem solving skills, exam hints, and demonstrations relevant to each subject. Students are given a booklet of worked examples as well as other helpful information. Workshops are run in the third term during school holidays.
For more information visit the WACE Revision Workshops website
In conjunction with National Science Week, each year the faculty organises a series of events designed to boost the community’s interest in science. Popular events include the guest lectures and shopping trolley science where we take science to shopping centres.