Structured Workplace Learning
Structured Workplace learning is on-the-job training during which a student is expected to master a set of skills or competencies, related to a course accredited by the VRQA.
Yes, if your school has students undertaking structured workplace learning.
Quality structured workplace learning is:
- integrated into a program
When developing and reviewing structured workplace learning programs as part of the post compulsory curricula for senior students, schools should ensure that the principles for quality delivery of structured workplace learning, under Ministerial order 55, are embedded wherever applicable.
There are many requirements of structured workplace learning with which you must comply. There are roles and responsibilities for principals, structured workplace learning coordinators, employers, students and parents. These are described in the Structured Workplace Learning Manual (refer to ‘Links, resources and downloads’, below).
You may be in breach of the Education and Training Reform Act 2006 (Vic). You may also be putting your students at risk.
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