The risky business of work-integrated learning

The Australian Collaborative Education Network (ACEN) is hosting a workshop on the ten risks of work-integrated learning on 27 October from 9:30am-12.00pm.

Dr Craig Cameron, Senior Lecturer in Corporations Law at Griffith University and Corporate Counsel for the Dental Services Network, will identify key legal, operational, strategic and reputational risks, and help participants better understand them.


He will also present the key findings from a case study of Australian university lawyers, and reveal how university lawyers, in collaboration with WIL practitioners, can manage these risks.

The session will also provide resources to evaluate and improve risk management frameworks.

Dr Cameron has published extensively in the WIL field on topics including labour regulation; legal risk and risk management in WIL programs; industry relationships; and generic skills development and self-efficacy of business students.

This is the third ACEN SA/NT event for 2017, and will be held at Flinders Victoria Square.

Registration and further details including workshop objectives and outcomes are available on the ACEN website.

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