Welcome to the ACH Group student placement information web page that supports communication regarding student placements for both educators and students.
ACH Group values a learning culture and we use an Interprofessional Learning (IPL) approach for student placements, which is when two or more professions (eg: a nurse and a physiotherapist) work together to learn and reflect about their professions’ similarities and differences. ACH Group believes an IPL approach to learning improves communication, collaboration, reduces risk of practising in isolation and ultimately improves the quality of care.
More than 400 students participate in work placements each year, and in 2014/15, 13% of new employees came from student placements.
Please click here to find out more about how to submit a request for a Student Placement.
Information for Students
ACH Group is pleased to be able to host your student placement. Our goal is to provide you with a learning experience that is rich, memorable and stimulating.
Below are resources to help prepare and support your upcoming learning experience.
- Student Induction Checklist. Please print this and bring it with you on your first day of placement.
- Relevant Student Information Brochures. If you are attending an ACH Group site for placement you will find a flyer below that will include information regarding the facilities at your placement site.
- Online Induction. It is essential you complete the online induction before you commence placement. You will find the link to the online induction below and in the student induction booklet.
During your placement you will have the opportunity to provide feedback on your learning experience to assist ACH Group in ensuring that our student placement program continually evolves and meets student needs effectively. You will soon commence your student placement at ACH Group.
We look forward to your participation during your placement and to your valuable feedback.
ACH Group People & Culture
To commence your online pre-placement induction click here.