Graduate employability was the focus of a recent panel discussion held as part of a Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Community of Practice (CoP) held in Hobart.
Panel members included (pictured L to R) Ros Bird (former Coopers Recruitment Managing Director); Michelle Wisbey – (Political Reporter, Fairfax Media);Katherine Hough (Senior Executive Officer, Faculty of Health, University of Tasmania); Alice Holeywell-Jones (Director of People and Culture, Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (DPIPWE).
Presentations were also made by Professor Janelle Allison (University of Tasmania College Principal) and Dr Stuart Crispin, (TSBE Interim Head of School) on WIL initiatives in curricula and within Associate Degrees.
The WIL CoP is a collective of academic and professional staff, which aims to promote best practice related to WIL activity within the University.
For more information on WIL CoP please contact Sheree Keech, Senior Project Officer, Faculty of Health either by email email@example.com or by phone 03 6226 4858.