A CSU School of Agricultural & Wine Sciences workplace learning academic will work with you prior to the placement to provide any guidance you require on:
In addition, participating organisations will have available to them:
This HECS subject is a major component of their final year. Students receive a grade for their efforts whilst on practicum.
Student assessment includes:
Students undergo training in:
Students are also tested and vaccinated against Q fever.
This program relies heavily on support from industry to provide the profession specific technical training and the venue for this high level education activity.
Industry participants are required to:
There are no financial expectations placed on participating organisations, just some time.
Industry has the opportunity to interview and train CSU's best agriculture students and observe their abilities in their workplace.
Students will be an asset during busy periods as they will have three years of tertiary education.
Industry participants are invited to become a 'CSU Partner in Agricultural Education' with opportunities for: