Compulsory work placements undertaken for academic credit, usually in a patient/practitioner context.
The College of Science, Health and Engineering offers health and professional placement opportunities for students with local and international industry partners. Students undertake clinical or professional education in the form of placements, fieldwork and other clinical and professional experience. These placements are the main avenues by which students integrate theory with practice, further develop skills through supportive professional environments and gain essential working knowledge.
Current students can also access information relating to clinical placements on LMS. Click here to log in to LMS.
Forms and documents
The agencies where you attend placements generally require you to hold certain documentation in order to be eligible to attend placement. Each agency may have their own documentation requirements, however most agencies require some, or all, of the following:
- Police Check
- Working With Children Check
- First Aid/CPR certification
Please also click on this link and scroll to the bottom of the page to find out more specific information about each type of documentation, how to apply, and to read FAQs.
Preparation for Health Placements
Ease: a free online resource to help prepare you for a placement.