This section provides an overview of your roles and responsibilities. This includes professional, administrative and practical matters.
It is important to note that Charles Sturt employs a range of health professionals across paramedicine and allied health professions in the role of Professional Supervisors.
The Clinical Preceptor is an experienced registered heath professional appointed to supervise student placement, support their learning and evaluate undergraduate paramedicine students during the workplace learning (WPL) component of a clinical subject.
Clinical Preceptors may be responsible for:
The Clinical Preceptor role may include the following:
The School of Nursing, Paramedicine and Healthcare Sciences, recognises your valuable contribution to the learning experiences of our students. As such, communication is available to you 24/7 via email or phone. As a clinical preceptor you can expect:
Students should refer to their subject outline, regarding their assessment task requirements for any given WPL activity. All tracking and evaluations must be submitted via the online tracking system; Comptracker.
CompTracker is an application that helps to enter, track and manage information associated with a students' progress in their skill or competency focused program. It enables students, instructors, and administrators to replace the old paper ways of tracking students through the use of mobile devices and a secure website.
Should you or the students require assistance with the program, please contact the clinical subject coordinator for advice and direction.