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Work Integrated Learning 2011 - Definition and Case Studies
Australian employers want, and need, graduates with some
experience in the workplace.
Innovative Research Universities (IRU) and The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI) jointly developed and produced seven case studies designed to provide employers with information about work integrated learning and how it might work within various organisations.
These case studies are examples from around Australia, across a
range of industries and business sizes.
IRU is now developing further resources to assist employers provide work integrated learning opportunities to university students. These additional resources will include short documents about WIL supervision and some disciplinary-specific, WIL information.
Read the Work Integrated Learning brochure to find out more and to learn about the key benefits for employers. The case studies provided below are examples designed to give employers ideas about the type of WIL placements that may work within their organisation.
Contact your local university via the links below to make contact and register your interest.