This workshop, involving all five Western Australian universities, focuses on embedding post-WIL interventions into the curriculum.
Date: Wednesday, 6 June
Time: 1.30pm registration for 1.45pm to 3.30pm Followed by afternoon tea
Venue: Building 34.545 Joondalup Campus, Edith Cowan University
Speakers: Speakers: Denise Jackson, Abigail Lewis, Nigel Gribble, Susan Edgar and Jessica Colliver.
Register here before close of business on 25 May
Cost: Free to ACEN members. Non-members $20 pay here
The five participants from Western Australian universities will briefly present their findings from the OLT-funded ‘Augmenting career development learning and professional identify development through post-practicum interventions’ project led by Professor Stephen Billett.
Their interventions focused on drawing on the WIL experience to develop career management capabilities, professional identity development, reflective practice, resilience, and self-efficacy among students. Workshop participants will break into small groups to discuss and identify good practice principles for embedding post-WIL interventions into their own areas.
Small group leaders will facilitate discussions and have experience from different discipline areas in virtual WIL, placement-focused and project-based WIL to cater for attendees involved in both traditional and emerging models of WIL.
Contact: Heather Pate for more information – firstname.lastname@example.org