Information on the up-and-coming conference in November 2021.
2021 NAFEA Conference
The Future of WIL: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
NAFEA Project Grant Information Session
A short webinar will be held to provide information on the Project Grant Program. The webinar will outline the eligibility criteria and process of applying. The webinar will also include an opportunity for members to ask questions about the program.
Anyone interested in undertaking a small to medium project over a 12 month period should attend.
- Thursday July 1
- 11:00am – 11:30am (AEST); 10:30am – 11:00am (ACST); 9:00am-9:30am (AWST)
- via Zoom
Further information about the NAFEA Project Grant Program is available at: https://nafea.org.au/projects/
WIL in Regional, Rural and Remote Areas: Challenges and Opportunities Online Workshop
Explore the barriers and enablers to regional, rural and remote student placement and employment. Gain insights into how the tertiary sector can best prepare and support students to participate in placement and seek employment in rural areas.
Geoff Argus, Director of Southern Queensland Rural Health and Board Director of Australian Rural Health Education Network will share his deep knowledge of both the challenges and opportunities offered in regional, rural and remote placement and employment.
Date: Thursday 10 June 2021
Time: 11:00am – 12:15pm Brisbane time
Venue: Online via Zoom
View recording of the event here.
An ACENQ/NAFEA collaboration.
COVID-19 Project Webinar
WIL you be safe at work? Enabling safety and wellbeing in WIL: a Work Health and Safety Training Program for Students
Presented by: Lara Pugh, Belinda Margetts, University of Wollongong
Date/Time:28 April 2021,9:30am (AWST), 11:00am (ACST), 11:30am (AEST)
Work Health and Safety (WHS) is not merely about physical health and safety. WHS needs to encompass psychological and psychosocial health and safety if WHS workplace practices are to address matters such as diversity, equity and inclusion. WIL stakeholders are grappling with these complexities with a particularly vulnerable cohort of workers – students on work placements – due to their inexperience in the workforce. Now, COVID-19 has complicated matters further as many work placements have to be conducted remotely. The goal of this project is to design an engaging educational program outline that addresses working remotely and workplace bullying, harassment and assault.