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.
Community Services (Course Lecturer: Rowena Stubbs)
Certificate IV Community Services x 80 placement hours / 2-week block
Health (Course Lecturer: Holly Cahalan)
Certificate III Allied Health Assistance x 80 placement hours
Certificate IV Allied Health Assistance x 120 placement hours
Certificate III Health Services Assistance x 80 placement hours
Mental Health (Course Lecturer: Amanda Brain)
Certificate IV Mental Health x 80 placement hours / 2-week block
Individual Support (Course Lecturer: Pam McLennan)
Certificate III Individual Support x 120 placement hours
Speak to a CHHS Placement team member
T: 08 8946 7528 | E: email@example.com
Available Monday to Friday, 8:30 am - 2:00 pm (ACST)