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WORKPLACE LEARNING

As a mandatory HSC requirement, all students must participate fully in the Workplace Learning Program.

As a minimum, this is two weeks or 70 hours of on the job training for each course studied.

Objectives of the Workplace Learning Program  

To enhance social and vocational skills and training

To support the transition from college to work

To assist students in making and evaluating future career choices

To meet the mandatory requirements of the HSC

Conditions of Workplacement    

As a volunteer worker, the student has no liability under the Worker’s Compensation Act.

All work health and safety legislation shall apply to any work site and to any student engaged in a work experience project, either as a paid or volunteer worker.

All students are covered by:

The CCI School Care Personal Accident and Disability or Students’ Work Experience Personal Accident Policy with Catholic Church Insurances (CCI) and

Work Experience/Work Placement Public Liability Policy with QBE Insurance (Australia) Limited.

The Insurance Policy summary along with the Certificate of Currency are both available below.

2017 Certificate of Currency

Work Placement/Work Experience Insurance Policy Summary

Once students have been allocated an employer and have received their contract they are to approach the employer to discuss their placement and to complete their contract.

This contract must be returned signed to the School PRIOR to commencing the placement.

Guides to Workplace Learning

Employers Guide to Workplace Learning

Workplace Learning Guide for Parents and Carers

Workplace Learning Guide for Students

GO 2 Workplacement

As a mandatory requirement, students must complete the Workplacement preparation course GO 2 Workplacement prior to their first placement.

Information sheet

Workplacement login

“We have gifts that differ, according to the grace given to each of us.” Romans 12:6

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