2019 Modules

Registrations closed on February 11.

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Global Perspectives in Work-Integrated Learning

Provides practitioners with the opportunity to enhance their understanding of the relationship between WIL and learning theory; and how theory informs WIL from a global perspective.

Industry/Community Engagement for WIL

Provides practitioners with the opportunity to further their understanding of the fundamental importance of industry/community engagement for WIL and to improve strategies to enhance this engagement.

Dimensions of Quality for WIL – new module for 2019

Provides practitioners with the opportunity to explore the concept of quality in a WIL context from the perspective of all stakeholders and to reflect on practice and identify improvements to the quality of WIL programs.

Cost, completion and certificate

We must have your preferences by 11th February, 2019. (Changed, was previously 18th).

Participants may participate in only one module at a time. Places may be limited.

Modules are presented in English through online study – approx 20 hours preparation & participation.

On completion of the module, participants receive a Certificate of Completion.

There is a charge to cover administration and set-up of modules. Fee per module – AUD$100 for members of the four national associations; AUD$175 for other participants.

The copyright for these modules is held by the owners of globalwil.org. The modules were developed and presented by representatives of four national associations: Australian Collaborative Education Network (ACEN); Co-operative Education and Work-Integrated Learning Canada (CEWIL); New Zealand Association of Cooperative Education (NZACE); The Vilar Network (Sweden)