Making sure learning is at the centre of your WIL experience

Your WIL activity is not just about experiencing practical, real-world work tasks.

WIL activities provide the opportune time to think about the learning that you can draw from your experience. Thinking and reflecting on what you learn and the processes of how you learn new skills, knowledge and behaviours are important stages in developing your professional identity. Thinking about why your learning is important and what you will do in the future in-light of it, helps you to critically reflect on your WIL experience.

During your WIL activity it’s a good idea to take notes and develop a mind map that focuses on your learning. You can think about what you are learning through three different lenses. Select each lens to find out more.

Understanding Australian Workplace Cultures: Legislative and regulatory frameworks

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