Building institutional capacity to enhance access, participation and progression in work integrated learning (WIL)
This project will translate inclusive education principles into the WIL context in order to improve student access, participation and progression. The project intends to use a strategic approach across four levels: principles, policies, guidelines, and procedures to support students from diverse backgrounds in the disciplines of built environment, business and health.
The lead institution for this project is Queensland University of Technology, which has partnered with Curtin University, Griffith University, Macquarie University, and Southern Cross University. Dr Deborah Peach from Queensland University of Technology is the Project Leader.