Work Integrated Learning

Work Integrated Learning (WIL) is the term given to an activity that integrates academic learning with its application in the workplace.

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WIL engages students in a community or industry setting.

Collaborative engagement with industry takes place via research, consultancy, workforce-development and through work-integrated learning activities. Our students learn and work with our industry and community partners via work integrated learning (WIL) experiences that are a positive feature of our programs.

Students apply recently acquired knowledge and learn new professional skills as well as develop generic attributes such as interpersonal skills in work and organisational settings. Industry and community partners have access to the energy, knowledge and skills of students as well as the chance of building networks with potential future employees.

The InPlace WIL system is an integrated management system that supports the administration of WIL processes. The Inplace system will assit schools in sourcing and managing WIL activities.

Embedding WIL in programs

Designing and embedding WIL activities that are aligned to course and program outcomes.

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Managing WIL activities

Useful information and processes for managing work integrated learning activities.

WIL requirements and governance

Legislative and University requirements, including WIL procedure and agreements.

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Engaging partner organisations

Best practice for engaging potential industry partners in WIL activities.


A range of online resources for work integrated learning practitioners.

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Key WIL contacts including legal, insurance, WIL abroad and staff and student support contacts.

InPlace WIL system

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Agreements and information sheets for WIL activities

WIL agreements

WIL Staff Module

WIL staff module

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