Employer workplace learning support

Workplace learning (WPL) enables students to become more capable and employable professionals. We believe WPL is a vital part of a student's learning. It also develops their professional practice capabilities and gets them ready to work in modern healthcare environments.

Mutual benefits of workplace learning

WPL acts as a vital link between students and the health care industry. Health care agencies and clinicians play an important part in shaping a students' future pathway through facilitating experiences within health and community settings.

There are also mutual benefits for employers through access to Charles Sturt University graduates trained and ready for rural clinical practice.


Our clinical educators work closely with WPL and academic teams to establish and support workplace learning relationships with employers and clinicians through the various stages; before, during and after placement. This facilitates mutually beneficial outcomes for students and employers.

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