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Health Industry Workshops

The Faculty of Health Sciences is offering a range of professional development workshops aimed at enhancing the skills and expertise of health professionals who supervise Curtin students on placement.

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Professional Development Workshop Opportunities 2024

Introductory Clinical Supervision

Date: 8 February 2024
Location: Bentley campus

This interactive workshop is an opportunity to develop your student supervision skills. You will be provided with a framework and model, establishing an effective supervision culture within health and human service organisations.

Expressions of Interest to attend this workshop are specifically reserved for professionals in the health and human services sector who take Curtin students on placement from the following disciplines.

Disciplines: Occupational Therapy, Physio, Social Work

Expressions of interest are now closed

Cancelled: Managing Struggling Students

Date: 12 March 2024
Location: Bentley campus

This half day program is designed for health professionals who supervise Curtin students in the workplace (clinical or fieldwork setting). This workshop will explore some of the challenges associated with supervision of students who are struggling to perform to the required standard.

Expressions of Interest to attend this workshop are open to all health disciplines who supervise Curtin students. Experience supervising students in the workplace is an essential pre-requisite.

Disciplines: All Disciplines

Introductory Clinical Supervision

Date: 17 April 2024
Location: Bentley campus

This interactive workshop is an opportunity to develop your student supervision skills. You will be provided with a framework and model, establishing an effective supervision culture within health and human service organisations.

Expressions of Interest to attend this workshop are specifically reserved for professionals in the health and human services sector who take Curtin students on placement from the following disciplines.

Disciplines: Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Social Work, Speech Pathology

Expressions of interests will be open: 13 March 2024

Feedback in Fieldwork

Date: 13 May 2024
Location: Bentley campus

This half-day program is designed for health professionals who educate Curtin students in the workplace (fieldwork or clinical setting). The workshop will provide the latest evidence on effective feedback along with practical tips to enhance your feedback practice.

Expressions of Interest to attend this workshop are open to all health disciplines who supervise Curtin students.

Disciplines: All Disciplines

Expressions of interests will be open: 8 April 2024

Introductory Clinical Supervision

Date: 6 June 2024
Location: Bentley campus

This interactive workshop is an opportunity to develop your student supervision skills. You will be provided with a framework and model, establishing an effective supervision culture within health and human service organisations.

Expressions of Interest to attend this workshop are specifically reserved for professionals in the health and human services sector who take Curtin students on placement from the following disciplines.

Disciplines: Medical Radiation Science, Social Work, Occupational Therapy

Expressions of interests will be open: 2 May 2024

Introductory Clinical Supervision

Date: 24 July 2024
Location: Online

This interactive workshop is an opportunity to develop your student supervision skills. You will be provided with a framework and model, establishing an effective supervision culture within health and human service organisations.

Expressions of Interest to attend this workshop are specifically reserved for professionals in the health and human services sector who take Curtin students on placement from the following disciplines.

Disciplines: Social Work, Dietetics, Speech Pathology, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy

Expressions of interests will be open: 19 June 2024

Managing Struggling Students

Date: 12 August 2024
Location: Bentley campus

This half day program is designed for health professionals who supervise Curtin students in the workplace (clinical or fieldwork setting). This workshop will explore some of the challenges associated with supervision of students who are struggling to perform to the required standard.

Expressions of Interest to attend this workshop are open to all health disciplines who supervise Curtin students. Experience supervising students in the workplace is an essential pre-requisite.

Disciplines: All Disciplines

Expressions of interests will be open: 8 July 2024

Introductory Clinical Supervision

Date: 6 September 2024
Location: Bentley campus

This interactive workshop is an opportunity to develop your student supervision skills. You will be provided with a framework and model, establishing an effective supervision culture within health and human service organisations.

Expressions of Interest to attend this workshop are specifically reserved for professionals in the health and human services sector who take Curtin students on placement from the following disciplines.

Disciplines: Social Work, Physiotherapy, Speech Pathology, Occupational Therapy

Expressions of interests will be open: 2 August 2024

Feedback in Fieldwork

Date: 14 October 2024
Location: Bentley campus

This half-day program is designed for health professionals who educate Curtin students in the workplace (fieldwork or clinical setting). The workshop will provide the latest evidence on effective feedback along with practical tips to enhance your feedback practice.

Expressions of Interest to attend this workshop are open to all health disciplines who supervise Curtin students.

Disciplines: All Disciplines

Expressions of interests will be open: 9 September 2024

Introductory Clinical Supervision

Date: 7 November 2024
Location: Bentley campus

This interactive workshop is an opportunity to develop your student supervision skills. You will be provided with a framework and model, establishing an effective supervision culture within health and human service organisations.

Expressions of Interest to attend this workshop are specifically reserved for professionals in the health and human services sector who take Curtin students on placement from the following disciplines.

Disciplines: Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Social Work.

Expressions of interests will be open: 3 October 2024

Fieldwork manual

As a student you must satisfactorily complete all fieldwork activities, pass assessment requirements and demonstrate attributes associated with professional conduct. To facilitate this you should refer to your unit outline, course website and fieldwork manual, and read the important information on essential fieldwork requirements.

Student guide: Strategies to be successful in your fieldwork placements

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Millennial students in fieldwork guidelines

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Strategies for fieldwork supervisors

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Peer Coaching and Work Integrated Learning