Wil Agreement Form Rmit

Work-integrated learning (RI) is a term used to describe learning activities that leverage your academic learning in a « real-world » situation with a true industrial or community partner. You can do an internship or a partner organization can provide a project that you and your class can work on. These internships and projects are related to one or more courses in your program and are officially evaluated on credit. Apply early for your Child Work Check (WWCC) if you need it for an upcoming WIL activity. Check with your course coordinator on how to proceed and to find out who needs a WWCC Please note: Due to the current situation with COVID-19, it is an RMIT requirement that all internships must be done entirely online from home at this time. If your internship is with an essential service and you need to work in a personal environment, please contact our team at bus.wil@rmit.edu.au for another interview…