Work Integrated Learning is an integral component of our student's curriculum. Practical experience helps organisations in the recruitment process, as they can observe first-hand the work readiness of future graduates. It also helps graduates make a smoother transition into employment. Placements can occur in rural, regional or metro areas and cover a wide range of fields, including the not-for-profit sector.
Why should your organisation take a placement student?
There are several advantages to accepting students on placement at your organisation. As well as providing a valuable learning experience for the student, Host Providers will benefit by having primary access to the workforce of the future.
What are the steps involved before, during and after a student placement?
This section will provide you with an outline of the procesess involved in placing students including contracts, roles and responsibilities and other practical considerations.
Where to from here?
If you are interested, please contact a School or Department placement coordinator located in this section. You will also find some resources such as Placement Handbooks, Unit Outlines and Placement timeframes.