Guide to timetabling – Vocational education

Class timetable instructions for certificate, diploma, associate degree or foundation studies students.

Log in to myTimetable

Log in using your RMIT ID (the letter 's' followed by your student number) and password. Forgotten your password? Reset it.

Class timetables in 2022

Classes in myTimetable may look different in 2022 due to some classes being on campus and others online in response to COVID-19 and border restrictions. Find out how to check if your classes are online or on campus.

Understanding your timetabling steps

There are different timetabling steps for different vocational education courses. Check below to see what you need to do.

Allocating your own classes

If your Course Coordinator has told you to allocate yourself to classes, complete Steps 1-2 below for the courses that require class allocation.

Automatic class allocation

Most vocational education courses don’t require allocation. You’ll automatically be allocated to classes based on your enrolment group code.

If you're studying:

  • Associate Degree in Business
  • Associate Degree in Legal Practice
  • Diploma of Commerce
Follow the instructions on the Higher education class timetable guide.

How to timetable

Video: How to timetable – Vocational education students

View your personal class timetable using myTimetable.

Ready to go? Start by logging in to myTimetable (see above).

View your personal class timetable

Semester/term When to complete this step
Semester 1 2022 From 10am Monday 24 January 2021
Semester 2 2022 From 10am Monday 23 May 2022

If you aren’t enrolled in any courses that require class allocation, all you need to do is view your timetable.

To view your personal timetable

  1. Log in to myTimetable (see above)
  2. Click Timetable in the menu bar.

You can also print and share your timetable using the icons or feed your timetable into your calendar. Go to Class timetable FAQs for more information.

Do you see More information for some courses? That means classes for that course aren’t scheduled in myTimetable. Check your course guide for more information or contact Student Connect.

Are courses in your Enrolment panel missing or incorrect? Go to Class timetable FAQs to find out what to do.

Allocate yourself to classes

Step 1: Plan your timetable

Semester/term When to complete this step
Semester 1 2022 10am Wednesday 22 December 2021
Semester 2 2022 10am Monday 23 May 2022

Before classes start, you can view your timetable in read only mode, see all class times and locations.

How to see class times and locations

  1. Find your courses listed in the Enrolment panel on the left side of the screen of myTimetable
  2. Click on each class (tutorial, practical, etc.) to see times and locations. For more information about class locations, see Class timetable FAQs

Step 2: Allocate yourself to classes

Semester/term When to complete this step
Semester 1 2022 10am Monday 24 January - 5pm Friday 25 February 2021
Semester 2 2022 10am Monday 20 June - 5pm Friday 22 July 2022

Class allocation happens on a first-in, first-served basis, so it’s a good idea to log in early.

How to allocate yourself to classes

  1. Log in to myTimetable (see above)
  2. Click on each class with a status of SELECT and the class options will display
  3. Click the blue Select button next to your desired class. You can’t select a class with a red Clash button or red Full button
  4. Repeat this process for each class. When there is a green tick next to each activity in the current semester, you are finished.

And you’re done! You can now view your personal class timetable.

Need help?

Check Class timetable FAQs for more information. If you still can’t find what you’re looking for, contact Student Connect.

If you’re having technical issues accessing myTimetable, contact IT Connect.

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