Collaborate online with practitioners from Australia, Canada, New Zealand and Sweden.

Commences in March 2017

The two modules are:

Global Perspectives in Work-Integrated Learning

Provides practitioners the opportunity to enhance their understanding of the relationship between WIL and learning theory; and how theory informs WIL from a global perspective

Industry/Community Engagement for WIL – A new module for 2017

Provides practitioners the opportunity to further their understanding the fundamental importance of industry/community engagement for WIL and to improve strategies to enhance this engagement

Study online – approx 20 hours preparation & participation 20 March 2017 for 8 weeks (in two 4 week blocks with a break for Easter), concluding late May.

Module descriptors and timetables are available from the following webpages:

Expressions of interest, go to https://goo.gl/forms/W4xyAJBQeL436aZG2

You will be asked which of the two modules you are interested in. Participants may participate in only one module at a time. Places will be limited.

Have questions about these modules? Complete the form and use the comments field.

On completion of the module, participants receive a Certificate of Completion.

These modules have been developed and are presented by representatives of four national associations: Australian Collaborative Education Network (ACEN); Canadian Association for Co-operative Education (CAFCE); New Zealand Association of Cooperative Education (NZACE); The Vilar Network (Sweden)

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