Student Placement Agreements

There are five main types of placement agreements for students who work at the Federation University and support mandatory requirements for all students who take any type of integrated learning as part of their program or course work at Federation University. These can take the form of: This clinical placement agreement outlines mandatory requirements for all students before starting an internship at a CANC OR SHA agency institution. This is an agreement initiated by industrial partners in accordance with sectoral directives and procedural guidelines. These agreements generally apply for five (5) calendar years and include schedules/schedules for each investment cohort. The Office of Clinical Partnerships (OCP) uses the DocuSign Web system for authorized users to prepare and acquire signature authorization for University Student Membership and Placement Agreements (PSPs). DocuSign provides a mechanism to (1) track the status of each agreement and (2) browse a central repository of fully executed agreements. The latest clinical placement agreement is in effect for the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) and 14 post-secondary schools. The agreement came into force on May 1, 2017. Many of the schedules relate to the processes of former regional health agencies (MSAs) that now apply to the SHA. The model of the student placement agreement for the public hospital sector was originally developed in 2006 to help clinical internship and training providers formalize their partnerships. This is used in the formalization of a multi-purpose relationship/partnership.

CEECs that have a student placement element are generally valid for one pep year. The University of Tasmania`s insurance program provides student protection during university-approved unpaid integrated learning internships. To learn more about the use of DocuSign for the organization of affiliation and study agreements, including the planning of individual consultations or group service, please contact Saudia E. Rodriques-Hill. The various study intermediation agreements are part of the requirements of the directive and work-based training and internship procedures, and the Single Placement Agreement must be downloaded for access and use by higher education staff at InPlace. This agreement is downloaded by investment administrators for the individual placement. The BSG offers standardized conditions in which students of training providers can be placed with placement service providers in order to benefit from education and training.