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CHHS VET Placements

Information for VET Student Placements

About VET Placements

Work-integrated learning (WIL), also known as placements, is a unique form of educational experience that enables students to gain practical skills and knowledge within a discipline as a part of their study.

Placement units play an integral role in developing the concepts from the classroom by allowing students to gain practical skills and competencies while gaining valuable knowledge from industry professionals within a relevant learning environment, and across different sectors such as allied health, education non-government/community-based organisation or government.

Contact your VET Lecturers/Workplace Assessors

Community Services
VET Lecturer: Rowena Stubbs

Early Child Care Health & Community
VET Lecturer: Maureen Simon

VET Lecturer: Nichole Higgins

Health Services & Allied Health Assitance 
VET Lecturer: Holly Cahalan

Individual Support  
VET Lecturer: Eleanore Spence

Mental Health, Alcohol & Other Drugs
VET Lecturer: Amanda Brain

Pathology Collection
VET Lecturer: Eleanore Spence

Speak to a CHHS Placement team member

T: 08 8946 7528  |  E:
Monday to Friday, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm (ACST)