Workplace learning process and resources for students undertaking the Bachelor of Human Services.
Workplace learning (WPL) or placement, is an important part of a student’s education. It allows the integration of subject content with practice through a range of community and human service experiences. Students experience the frontline tasks of a community service worker and develop practical skills needed in the workplace.
Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Human Services are required to complete 400 hours of workplace learning. Placements do not include any previous/current voluntary hours or observational work.
For all students in the Bachelor of Human Services placements:
If you commenced your studies in 2019 then you will need to undertake:
If you are commencing your studies in 2020 then you will need to undertake:
Eligible for credit? If you think you might be eligible to be considered for a credit, either due to previous placements or work experience, you can apply for credit.
All information about your course and the subjects you require are available in the Charles Sturt University Handbook
For information about what is involved in work place learning refer to the