Workplace learning programs enable secondary students to contextualise their learning while gaining valuable practical skills and knowledge in the workplace. By engaging in these programs, employers support students to understand the workplace, while creating career opportunities within industry.
To assist secondary students in becoming exposed to the work of the medical technology industry, MTAA has established a Workplace Learning Directory. Secondary students from schools, TAFE colleges or registered training organisations (RTOs) across Australia can access a list of MTAA member medical technology companies that have volunteered to offer workplace learning programs to secondary students.
Area of Interest
Biological Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, Information Technology, Nursing (no patient contact), Commerce, Regulatory and Quality, Sales and Marketing
Biological Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, Health Economics, Information Technology, Nursing (no patient contact), Physical Sciences, Regulatory and Quality, Sales and Marketing
Planning for Workplace Learning: A guidance document for MTAA members draws on the knowledge of effective placements gained from current policy and best practice. Emphasis is placed on the importance of workplace learning for students. Support for workplace learning opportunities within the medical technology industry is encouraged.