Learning through experience in the workplace is a core component of the Charles Sturt Engineering curriculum. Students in the undergraduate program will complete four year-long work placements whilst those in the Masters program will complete two year-long work placements. The range and complexity of tasks increase across each progressive work placement in order for students to develop and practice their engineering technical skills.
It is also expected that students will progressively develop professional knowledge and an understanding of professional practice; employability skills such as communication, team work, and problem solving; and reflective practice skills enabling them to evaluate their own work practices while linking the theory of the classroom to practice in the workplace.
|Loren Edmanson||Workplace Learning Officer||
Phone: 02 6933 2481|
|Joshua Devitt||Engineer in Residence||
Phone: 02 6338 6306|
|Euan Lindsay||Director Charles Sturt Engineering||
Phone: 02 6338 6314|