Guide to legal agreements for domestic placements

This document is a guide only. It provides an example of the clauses and conditions relevant to agreements between universities and host organisations to support student learning through Work Integrated (WIL) placements in Australia. The document can be edited to suit...

Good Practice Guide – Integration

Integrative learning brings together theory and practice in the workplace or professional context. The ‘theory-practice nexus’ is simply the site in which theoretical ideas or disciplinary techniques and skills which were learnt in class, are developed and...

Good Practice Guide – Assessment

Assessment is the process of gathering information and evidence about a student’s performance for the purposes of either supporting or accrediting learning. Assessment serves different purposes including providing support for learning through feedback on performances...

Good Practice Guide – Preparation

Preparation activities consist of introductory and practical activities that assist in getting the student ready for the WIL experience. Regardless of the type of WIL activity e.g. placement, an industry/community project on or off campus, fully online or a...

Good Practice Guide – Supervision

Supervision is the monitoring of the student learning experience, progress and practice during a WIL activity. Industry/community partners and WIL practitioners from universities collaborate in administering, managing, observing, educating, supporting and supervising...