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Activator’s micro-courses introduce some key enterprise concepts and approaches that are useful regardless of career path. These micro-courses are designed with industry, accessible at any time and practice-based.

Current RMIT Student can enrol through RMIT Creds.

RMIT Staff or Alumni can enrol here.

Our Pillars

Our Activator community embodies what it means to have an entrepreneurial mindset. Our community are:

Curious.
See opportunities everywhere.

Creative Problem Solvers.
Ask the right questions.

Tech literate.
Use your instrument wisely.

Team players.
Be a part of the bigger game.

Emotionally Intelligent.
Embrace emotional effort.

Resourceful.
Make things happen.

FAQs

Is Activator just for students?

No, not at all. The entire RMIT community is welcome- that includes staff, faculty and alumni. And students of course.

How much does it cost?

Nothing. Everything we do here is completely free for RMIT students, staff and alumni.

Do I have to do any assessment?

No. In everything we do here we try to be different from the formal education elsewhere in the university. So we are free, we are bite-sized, we are hands-on, and we certainly don’t have any assessment.

Where do I go to find out more about upcoming events, workshops and courses?

This website is the place to go for all details. Though if you’re interested, sign up to our mailing list below and you’ll get regular updates.

Do I need to register?

Yes, please register here on the website. It’s really important for us to track our registration numbers, and also we need to know how many people to expect so the facilitators can be prepared.

How do I register for events and workshops?

This website is the best place to go to register. Go through to the event/workshop page and register there.

Can I bring a friend along, even if they’re not from RMIT?

Yes, you can. While we very much focussed on the immediate RMIT community, we put our community first. So, if you feel more comfortable to engage with us if you bring along a friend from outside the RMIT community, we’re not going to stop you. Just make sure they register as well.

What time are the workshops held?

They vary, but usually our workshops are on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons or evenings. Every now and then we will run a workshop on a Saturday. All workshops run for three and a half hours, which includes a break. If you think our times aren’t suiting you, but you’re desperate to come, email us and let us know – hello.activator@rmit.edu.au.

Where are the events and workshops held?

All Activator experiences and courses are held at Activator HQ. Find us in Building 98, 102 Victoria Street, Carlton. Just opposite the city baths.

Will there be food provided at the workshops?

Not usually. There’s plenty of food options around though, or you can bring your own along. Every now and again we may surprise you though with some dinner – just to keep you on your toes!

I’m an RMIT student and I have a lot of other university commitments, why should I come to a three and a half hour workshop with Activator on top of everything else?

Activator can actually enhance your other university education. Here you can learn things like communication and presenting, and project and time management skills which may actually make you more effective and efficient in your degree. Also, developing entrepreneurship skills alongside technical skills – such as engineering, design, fashion or science – will make you more employable when you finish up your formal education and start looking for a job.

Will I get the slides after a workshop or course?

Yes after every workshop you will receive a follow up which will include the slides.

If I register, but can’t make it, will I still get the slides?

No. Only attendees will get the slides. Sorry. But really, the slides aren’t that important. All of our learning experiences are very hands-on, and so generally the slides don’t mean much. It’s really about coming along and experiencing the learning.