Join colleagues from Australia and New Zealand in this joint ACEN/NZACE webinar to hear from those who have successfully implemented online WIL programs.

This practical session will give you tips, tools and ideas for moving your WIL online.

This webinar is part of the series of webinars that ACEN will offer members as a practical means to support your response to COVID-19 

Date: Tuesday 31 March 2020

Time: 1:00pm AEDT / 3:00pm NZ (check your local time)

Webinar details will be sent to registrants

Presenter Bios

Dr Leopold Bayerlein

Leopold is a Senior Lecturer in Accounting at the University of New England. He is a member of CPA Australia, CAANZ, and Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. He is an active accounting education researcher with articles in leading education journals. He has been able to share his passion for teaching and learning through master classes, key-note presentations, and consulting activities at various institutions in Australia and Internationally. Leopold’s teaching focuses on assisting students in developing principles based knowledge that prepares them for life as a professional accountant in a face-to-face and distance learning environment through virtual internships. Leopold has received numerous institutional, national and international awards for his innovative student centric teaching.

Dr Sally Lewis

Sally is a Senior Lecturer and UniSA Program Director for the Bachelor of Marketing & Communication and the Bachelor of Communication. Sally is a former Director of Communication (Government) and Director of Marketing (Industry). Sally has been nationally recognised for her work in inter-disciplinary student learning and has received UniSA Creative Industries awards in Teaching & Learning Excellence and Innovation. Sally liaises extensively with key industry partners and has research interests in student engagement and public communication.

Fae Heaselgrave

Fae has 10 years’ experience as a communication manager working in the public sector and not-for-profit organisations in the UK and Adelaide. As lecturer in communication and media in the School of Creative Industries at UniSA, Fae has focused her teaching expertise around developing and delivering online courses. She most recently provided online tutoring and mentoring support to a cohort of online students engaged in a WIL project for one of the university’s industry partners.

Carla Rey Vasquez

Carla is the Student Experience and Global Citizenship Manager for AFS globally. As part of her roles within AFS, for the New Zealand office as well as AFS International, Carla has supervised over fifty interns, including both remote and face-to-face placements. Most of her current work is done remotely, engaging with interns, partners and stakeholders from around the world. Carla’s career has been dedicated to education and research, including 10 years working in a number of roles for Victoria University of Wellington and the Open Polytechnic in New Zealand, as well as Universal McCann in Latin America. She has a Master’s degree in Cultural Anthropology from Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.