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A preparation program to support these students has been developed that includes modules and resources specific to the international placement destination. These include self-awareness, health and wellbeing, successful entrepreneurship, intercultural sensitivity and country of placement orientation.
“Beyond 2020: Creating the Future with WIL” The ACEN WIL Virtual Summit was a 2 day online event on 27th & 28th October 2021. The summit theme was “Beyond 2020: Creating the Future with WIL.”
Image supplied by the University of Queensland“Facilitating student engagement with WIL: A risk management framework for studentships” Full Research Grant Anne Hewitt, University of Adelaide Craig Cameron, Griffith University Around the world WIL was embraced as a...
Interprofessional telehealth services: An innovative WIL model for accredited health programs during COVID 19 and beyond
Examples of Infographics to support Telehealth Placements“Interprofessional telehealth services: An innovative WIL model for accredited health programs during COVID 19 and beyond” Rachel Bacon, University of Canberra This project provides strategic leadership to the...
Private practice Work Integrated Learning (WIL) opportunities for health professional students: Increasing capacity for educational quality and equity
Image supplied by the University of Queensland“Private practice Work Integrated Learning (WIL) opportunities for health professional students: Increasing capacity for educational quality and equity” Early Career Research Grant 2020 Roma Forbes, University of...
Image supplied by the University of Queensland“Developing an innovative and accessible WIL taxonomy to support psychology undergraduate students” Early Career Research Grant Annabelle Neall, University of Queensland Australian psychology students are the sole...
UTS course offers 2-4 week international WIL experiences with community-based project partners in Asia.
From skills to start-ups: A pathway for career-ready engineering graduates through innovative WIL approaches – 2020 Finalist
A program-wide, career-ready pathway for Electrical, Computer and Telecommunications Engineering students to connect with industry and entrepreneurism.
Providing adult health-checks and facilitating children’s activities focussed on healthy behaviours at an agricultural festival.
University of South Australia students working with industry on social media solutions for
Implementation of a digital learning platform for assessments in a paper-based landscape How a digital learning platform can improve the quality of clinical assessment in nursing and midwifery. Discipline Health Model/s of WIL activity Industry/community based...