ADEPT – Facilitating practical learning; minimising risk Workshop

Around the world work-integrated learning (WIL) is being embraced as a strategy to facilitate student transition to employment. Engaging in WIL opportunities can help students develop a range of skills and can build professional networks that can help them post-graduation. However, WIL is not without risk. Facilitated by Employability CoP members, this workshop will explore what constitutes high quality WIL, and how it can be designed to avoid some of the potential risks.  If you are an academic or professional staff member involved in the design and delivery of WIL activities within the curriculum, this workshop will introduce you to a range of quality and risk indicators. You will engage in practical analysis of scenarios and develop your understanding of how to design and run great WIL opportunities with a minimum of risk. 

Facilitators: A/Prof Anne Hewitt (Adelaide Law School), Dr Kathryn Bowd (Director of Work Integrated Learning, Faculty of Arts) and members of the Employability CoP.

Registrations close: Tuesday 2 November 4pm