Examples and templates for required supporting documentation can be found on the UNSW Engineering Industrial Training page in Moodle.
Confirmation of Employment
A letter, email, or contract from the employer (on company letterhead). Examples are:
- Offer letter on company letterhead
- Email offer (email must be from the company email with company logo in the signature)
- Employment contract
A job description is a document that outlines specific activities, tasks, and duties that you’ll be undertaking. This includes design, analysis, and experimental skills that you'll be exposed to during their placement. It should demonstrate that the work you're undertaking is relevant to your engineering degree and allows you to meet Engineers Australia Stage 1 Competencies.
The job description must be written by the employer. You may also provide a project outline or other information that supports the job description that must be on company letterhead. Or from a company email with the company logo in the signature.
Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Agreement
The WIL Agreements sets out UNSW WIL core terms. This is to be completed for each placement undertaken and signed by a UNSW authorised office and the Host Organisation.
Learning Objectives for Unpaid Industrial Training
Unpaid industrial training placements require additional documentation to demonstrate that the role allows you to achieve the learning objectives of industrial training and NOT completing work that simply assists with the ordinary operation of the business or organisation.
This form must be completed by you, the student, undertaking the unpaid industrial training placement and your allocated industry supervisor. It’s expected that you and the supervisor will discuss the learning objectives of the placement together and come to an agreement on the learning support and feedback process provided.
Learning outcomes for Unpaid Industrial Training must be completed and signed by you and your workplace supervisor to be included in your approval appllication.
Risk Management Form for Unpaid Industrial Training
The Engineering Industrial Training Risk Management Form must be completed to identify any potential hazards and control the risk of undertaking a placement. It must be signed by you and your workplace supervisor.
Refer to Guide to completing a Risk Management Form for instructions.