University staff organise a meeting with international students and their workplace supervisor prior to work placement, as well as post-placement sessions with university staff.
International students know and use the range of support services available at university for international students.
Workplace staff create a welcoming work place environment including a student work space, clear expectations and open lines of communication.
Workplace staff embrace and utilise international students' unique cultural knowledge and experience in the work place.
University staff encourage international students to gain experience in new cultural and professional contexts through volunteering.
University staff Include a range of teaching and learning activities such as role plays, videos and critical reflection to assist international students’ understanding of Australian work place contexts. International students be involved in any university learning activities that will assist in understanding Australian work place contexts.
Workplace staff include a diverse range of communication techniques to explain key concepts about the work place context for international students.
University staff create a community of learners through multimedia to encourage communication during work placement. International students participate in a community of learners by sharing expertise, cultural knowledge and skill sets with the university, work place and peers.
University staff share responsibility of feedback and assessment to allow a fuller understanding of the student’s progress.
International students regularly seek supervisor’s feedback on performance and ensure understanding and implement this advice.
Workplace staff provide international students regular feedback and demonstrate strategies for improvement and check for understanding.
Workplace staff encourage international students to become involved in the wider work place community.