Work Integrated Learning

Work Integrated Learning

We are committed to developing the skills and experience of WA’s future workforce.  We offer internally-placed learning experiences for a wide range of skill sets through our Work Integrated Learning Program.

In this free service, we facilitate university student placements for your business. The objective is to provide tangible outcomes on projects that your team may not have the time to tackle.

We are there to assist every step of the way

Our team will then do all the leg work – working through our WA university network – to ensure we find the right student for the project or role

We’ll work with you to help define the project or role so that it meets the requirements for the Fair Work Act’s Vocational Placement Guidelines.

We assist in the administrative setup of the placement, and then provide on-going support throughout the placement

Placements can be unpaid with insurances covered by the university. We can also assist with paid placements.

About the Work Integrated Learning Program

Our Work Integrated Learning Program provides students with career-building educational experiences in work environments by enabling connectivity between employers, students and universities.

In this free service, we facilitate university student placements for your business. The objective is to provide tangible outcomes on projects that your team may not have the time to tackle.

Our network of tertiary organisations and students covers a range of disciplines including:

Commerce and Business Administration

  • Accounting
  • Accounting Technologies
  • Advertising, Public Relations & Marketing
  • Banking, Business Information Systems & Technology
  • Business Law
  • Economics
  • Finance
  • Financial Planning
  • International Business
  • Logistics & Supply Chain Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Property
  • Property Development & Valuation
  • Taxation
  • Tourism & Hospitality
  • Business Administration
Science
  • Data Science
  • Computer Science
  • Cyber Security
  • Software Engineering
  • Financial Mathematics
  • Actuarial & Financial Services
  • Predictive Analytics, Mathematical Sciences
  • Industrial & Applied Mathematics
  • Industrial Optimisation
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • BioChemistry
  • Extractive Metallurgy
  • Environmental Science
  • Geology
  • What's involved
    Students can be engaged for an internship or project to be completed at your workplace, virtually from home or in an on-campus group.

    There are three key elements to consider when defining a Work Integrated Learning project:

    1. Students are available for placements of between 100 and 150 hours in-line with their enrolled unit requirements. This can be completed either in a block or up to a few days per week over the course of a semester. Placements can start at any point during the year.
    2. The project must have a defined objective with a student learning outcome but should also encompass activities that a graduate would be expected to complete in that role.
    3. As this is primarily a learning experience for the student, they must have a workplace supervisor with knowledge or expertise in the area of the project. The supervisor must have the knowledge to guide the student through their project or day-to-day role accurately.

    Contact our team to find out more about our Work Integrated Learning Progam

    Work Integrated Learning Enquiry

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