ASHA Lectures is a completely not-for-profit educational organisation that provides VCE, Speak Up (Public Speaking & Debating) and Bodyworks (Health & Human Body) Workshops, whilst raising funds for ASHA projects.
Our team consists of volunteer tutors from universities all around Melbourne who excel in their respective fields.
ASHA Lectures conducts VCE Headstart and Revision Lectures for students throughout the year, carefully reviewing the coursework with helpful advice and guidance from our lecturers.
(Topic, AOS, Unit 3 and Unit 4 Lectures Available)
Keep track of our website and Facebook Page for Practice SACs, revision questions, subject and study advice by our stellar team!
Healthy & Human Body Workshops
It is our goal at ASHA Lectures to work with primary school students in ensuring the adults and leaders of tomorrow are informed of how to lead a healthy lifestyle and aware of some of the major global healthcare issues they will face.
We aim to provide some scientific insight into the processes of the human body to interest and inspire students.
ASHA Lectures recently received an award for Outstanding Leadership at The University of Melbourne by the Student Peer Leader Network!
The Outstanding Leadership Award honours a team who is responsible for the development and execution of a project that significantly enhanced the social, educational, or cultural life of students and the wider community.
Bodyworks is an an opportunity for primary school students to learn about the human body and ways they can stay healthy!
It is intended to develop a sense of interest and curiosity about healthcare and science!
"Really enjoyed the chemistry and english headstart lectures in 2016! The lecturers were really insightful and provided us with notes that were useful throughout the year + tips and tricks for the subject. I entered year 12 confident and motivated!"
- Ayushi Panjwani, Ivanhoe Girls' Grammar School (2016)
"Excellent tutorials. Great help, I nailed some of my tests thanks to these guys. Lecturers knew what they were teaching."
- Tyrone Smith (2016)
"All around lovely tutors and enjoyable, passionate lecturers."
- Kevin Wu (2017)
"I found the explanations really useful and feel like I gained a lot of insight and confidence for this year. Thank you!"
- Student from Penleigh and Essendon Grammar School (2017)
"It was very informative and interesting and I felt I gained a lot of insight on how to approach this year - I also liked the plethora of examples and discussion that was involved. Thank you very much."
- VCE English Headstart Lecture (2017)
"ASHA provides extremely helpful lectures for very little expense, and I would highly recommend attending any that are coming back."
- Student from Kilbreda Secondary College (2016)