Students seeking placement
Ngala offers students an opportunity to conduct a practical learning experience within various facets of the organisation. Primarily professional placements are available in the areas of nursing and social work, however other health disciplines may be considered upon request.
Ngala is committed to supporting Undergraduates from a range of disciplines in their final stages of tertiary studies, as well as Postgraduates in any related field. The numbers of students accepted will be subject to the capacity of Ngala to provide placement at the time of the request.
Postgraduate students who wish to undertake placement at Ngala should contact Project Support Officer via email at Reception.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student placements can also be undertaken at Ngala Early Learning and Development Service. Here, placements are offered for secondary school work experience students, TAFE students studying Children’s Services, and university students studying Early Childhood Education. Applications can be emailed to email@example.com or posted to 9 George St, Kensington 6151 marked attention Early Learning & Development Service.
Students undertaking professional placement
Students who are undertaking a professional placement at Ngala are requested to wear neat casual clothes and covered shoes. No uniform is necessary however Ngala does require that all students wear a training ID.
Students must have a current Working With Children Check and a Police Clearance prior to commencing their placement.
It will be necessary for students to bring their own food to Ngala as there are no facilities on-site to purchase food. Ngala supplies coffee/tea etc and has a refrigerator and microwave that students can use.
Students who wish to drive to Ngala, are asked to please park their car in a parking space that has not been designated for use by parents.
It is important that students are punctual and report to Ngala’s reception area on arrival.
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