WIL medical and legal requirements
All students enrolled in any program or course at Federation University Australia which has a mandatory or required work integrated learning component must complete the following legal and medical forms and upload both forms to their student profile on the InPlace student placement system.
Students must download the following documents, complete all details and sign before uploading to your student profile page in InPlace.
- Student Placement Agreement (pdf, 65kb)
- FedUni Medical Declaration & Reasonable Adjustment Request Form (pdf, 149kb)
When completing the FedUni Medical Declaration form all students should also download and read the
to ensure you are aware of other support services available through Disability Learning Unit.
All students who enrol in an elective course of study or choose to complete a Work Integrated Learning option within their program of study MUST also download, complete and sign the Student Placement Agreement and the FedUni Medical Declaration & Reasonable Adjustment Request Form
Storage of agreements
The completed and signed Student Placement Agreement and the FedUni Medical Declaration form must be uploaded to your personal student profile on the InPlace student placement system.
We have an extensive number of relationship with partners and external providers of ongoing work integrated learning opportunities for students. These relationships are governed by overarching agreements.
Overarching student placement agreement
If we have an ongoing relationship with an external provider who provides multiple, regular and consistent placements for our students, an overarching student placement agreement should be requested. All overarching agreements must be requested through the Legal Office using a request for legal form. Ongoing clinical placements for FedUni students with external Health Providers in the public health sector and the private health sector follow the student placement agreement guidelines provided by the Department of Health and Human Services, Victoria.
The University is required to periodically review and renew overarching Student Placement Agreements which are tailored to the meet the specific requirements of an external placement provider or when a Student Placement Agreement is initiated by an external placement provider. These Student Placement Agreements are required for specific WIL requirements such as ongoing arrangements for clinical placements across a number of discipline and programs.
The University process for the management of these type of agreements are as follows:
The Work Integrated Learning - Management of NEW Overarching Agreements flow chart (PDF, 69.9kb)
The Work Integrated Learning - Management of RENEWAL of Existing Overarching Agreements flow chart (PDF, 68.8kb)