The ACEN NSW/ACT Chapter held their first forum of the year on 16 February 2017. The afternoon session of the forum was focused on the TEQSA Guidance Notes: Work Integrated Learning, which were released for comment late last year. The presentation focused on the broad overview of the new Higher Education Standards, the WIL Guidance Notes, exemplars of noteworthy practice and those with issues, and the scope of evidence required for compliance.

Our gratitude is extended to Dr Michael Tomlinson, Director of the Assurance Group at TEQSA for delivering the presentation and providing valuable feedback to participants during the Q&A session.

Video recording

The presentation was recorded for wider distribution amongst the ACEN network. For ease of viewing and reference, the one hour presentation has been divided into smaller sections as follows:

#1 Introduction & general content of WIL Standards in the TEQSA framework
#2 New additions to the HE Standards from 2017
#3 Relevant sections to WIL in the Standards – institutional quality assurance
#4 HE Standards monitoring process
#5 Third party delivery & the HE Standards
#6 WIL models
#7 WIL risks – examples & scenarios
#8 Expectations of WIL Quality Assurance Framework
#9 Exemplar of WIL good practice
#10 Exemplar of WIL with issues
#11 TEQSA Assessment Framework
#12 Renewal of Registration Model
#13 Three ages of TEQSA
#14 TEQSA Guidance Notes: WIL Q&A with Dr Michael Tomlinson

#1 Introduction & general content of WIL Standards in the TEQSA framework

#2 New additions to the HE Standards from 2017

#3 Relevant sections to WIL in the Standards – institutional quality assurance

#4 HE Standards monitoring process

#5 Third party delivery & the HE Standards

#6 WIL models

#7 WIL risks – examples & scenarios

#8 Expectations of WIL Quality Assurance Framework

#9 Exemplar of WIL good practice

#10 Exemplar of WIL with issues

#11 TEQSA Assessment Framework

#12 Renewal of Registration Model

#13 Three ages of TEQSA

#14 TEQSA Guidance Notes: WIL Q&A with Dr Michael Tomlinson