Welcome to the Conservatoire
The purpose of this page, is to present help, advice and links that will get you started connecting with your RCS email, your timetable (schedule) on ASIMUT and other online systems you will use as a student at the Conservatoire; such as the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) Moodle and the student Portal.
You can start to work through this guidance once you have received your RCS username and password, and changed your password to one of your own choice.
Please read this page in full before clicking on any of the links.
Firstly, it is important that you self-enrol on the Moodle module Student Digital Induction Launch Pad 2023-24 (see the link below). This will take you step-by-step through connecting to each of the systems that you will use as a student at the Conservatoire and explain what they are. When you have completed this checklist, you will know that you have access to the digital resources and are ready to use them as part of your studies.
Please return to this page and checkout the other help available once you have completed your checklist, if you still have questions or require assistance.
When you click the link below for the first time, you may be asked to Log in – to do this click on the ‘Log in’ link on the top right corner of the screen that opens, if you are asked for your login details type your email@example.com, that was emailed to you, and the password you have chosen for yourself – and then click ‘Continue’ to enrol yourself on the module. After you have done that, the module will be available from your list of My Modules, which you will see at the bottom of the Moodle homepage, once you have been logged in.
Further guidance and information on the Conservatoire systems is also available from these pages IT Information
You will be given a timetabled slot when you can attend an in-person IT Induction session. This will be an opportunity to get help if you are unable to complete the Student Digital Induction Launch Pad module or if you still have questions.
Online Drop-in Sessions are also available. In these sessions, you will have the opportunity to meet with the Learning Technologist, Steve Dunn and IT Trainer, Julie Halstead . Join a session if you would like to speak to someone or still have questions regarding accessing or using any of the systems listed above. If possible, please try to complete the Student Digital Induction Launch Pad module before attending a drop-in session. These sessions will take place in Microsoft Teams. Please click the link below to request to join the Team before attending a timeslot.
If you have not used Teams before please click here to see how to join a Teams meeting. Please read this before the allocated time for your drop-in session.
You can also still request to join this Team after induction week, if you still have questions or would like some help.
Request to join the Microsoft Team for Online Student IT Induction Drop-in sessions You can join Teams using the Web app or download the Teams app for your device.