A forum for sharing WIL best practice, knowledge, resources and networking.

The final Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Knowledge Network meeting for 2018 is not to be missed as we are joined by one of Australia’s leading thinkers on WIL and risk, Craig Cameron.

Craig will discuss, the study of risk management from a legal perspective in WIL programs. Learn how universities can manage risk in operational, strategic, legal and reputation areas that impact WIL programs. Five key attributes of effective risk management in WIL are revealed, as well as a suggested framework for risk management.

About Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Knowledge Network

The Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Knowledge Network is where academic and professional staff delivering or coordinating WIL courses, programs or activities meet.

The sessions are designed to raise awareness, share practice and provoke action to support greater understanding and quality of WIL at UQ.


Cate Clifford
Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Advisor, Learning Partnerships
Student Employability Centre


Sir Llew Edward Building (14)