48110 Engineering Experience 10cp; availability: This subject is only available to students admitted in professional engineering courses which include the Diploma in Engineering Practice
Requisite(s): 48121 Engineering Practice Preview 1
These requisites may not apply to students in certain courses.
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
Anti-requisite(s): 48100 Professional Practice (BE) AND 94680 Entering Professional Life (6cp) AND 94681 Entering Professional Life (8cp)
This is a 0-credit-point subject that supports students while they are working in industry or the community for the purpose of gaining experience in the practice of engineering. Through engaging in practice-oriented education and regular reflection, students are provided with the opportunity to discover engineering workplace culture and to develop their basic technical and professional skills.
Engineering educators, as well as engineering employers, have long recognised the value of integrating practical experience with academic studies. Each student's experience is unique. Employer or host organisations are not expected to provide formal training although some may choose to do so. Students are instead required to become active learners and seek opportunities to fulfil the objectives of this experience module. It is expected that students gain this level of experience early in their academic program.
The Professional Program is based on two cycles centred around industry-based internships. Each cycle consists of a preparation subject, an internship experience subject and a review subject. This is the internship (middle) subject in the first cycle of the program. This subject involves students observing, practicing and reflecting on their development in basic technical and professional competencies.
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