Employability Round-Table

Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) is about approaches and strategies that integrate theory with the practice of work within a purposefully designed curriculum. It aims to improve the employability of graduates by giving them practical experience which is directly related to the courses they study.

In 2015, a National Strategy on Work-Integrated Learning was published to increase opportunities to participate in WIL, recognising the benefits to students, employers, universities and the economy.

Our Inivitation-Only Round-Table brings together national thought leaders from industry, professional associations and the higher education sector with the aim to identify industry current and future workplace needs.  The intent of the Round-Table is to provide industry leadership in Work Integrated Learning and to inform policy and regulatory settings to ensure the quality of delivery of WIL experiences.

The planned outcomes of the Round-Table include the development of a draft Statement of Principles.

Pre-Reading Materials
Future Skills Report (AlphaBeta)
Australian Jobs 2019 (Dept. of Jobs and Small Business)
Skilling – A National Imperative (AIG)
Making Micro-Credentials Work (DeakinCo)
The Best Chance for All – Student Equity 2030 (NCSEHE)
AQF Review 2019 – Final Report (Dept. of Education)

Call 1300 664 587 or contact CEO@Professions.org.au to find out more!