Speech Pathology

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An exciting part of the Speech Pathology degree involves on the job training through Workplace Learning (WPL).

To assist with the Workplace Learning (WPL) journey, the following tabs contain important information and guides to ensure students are aware of their WPL requirements.

The following indicates compulsory Workplace Learning (WPL) components:

Master of Speech Pathology (4718SP)

  • SPH511 Foundations of Speech Pathology (4 days)
  • SPH512 Assessment and Analysis of Sensory-Motor Skills in Speech Pathology (3.5-day residential school)
  • SPH513 Assessment and Analysis of Language and Cognition in Speech Pathology (3.5-day residential school)
  • SPH505 Preparation for Speech Pathology Practice (15 days)
  • SPH515 Integrating Speech Pathology Competency in the Workplace (24 days)
  • SPH525 Integrating Competency for Entry Level Practice in Speech Pathology (24 days)
  • SPH530 Intervention for Sensory-Motor Impairments in Speech Pathology (3.5-day residential school)
  • SPH531 Intervention for Language and Cognitive Impairments in Speech Pathology (3.5-day residential school)

It is compulsory as a Charles Sturt University student to obtain and maintain specific requirements throughout their degree. These include NSW Health compliance requirements and Charles Sturt University Workplace Learning requirements. The following information will assist to achieve compliance.

NSW Health requirements

Due first year of study and no later than 30 June

  • Australian National Police Check
  • NSW Health Code of Conduct
  • Immunisations and Vaccinations
  • Influenza vaccination
  • COVID-19 vaccination

Visit NSW Health for more information

Use the following checklist to help organise requirements

Download NSW Health compliance checklist

Once compliance requirements obtained, email them to FOSH-WPL@csu.edu.au for processing. Please enter in the email subject line: student ID/ student name/ discipline/compliance.

For further assistance please see the FOSH WPL Student Guide to NSW Health Compliance

Charles Sturt University WPL requirements

Due first year of study and no later than 30 June

  • First Aid
  • Mental Health First Aid
  • Working with Children Check
  • ACT Working with Vulnerable People
  • Online course – Manual Handling
  • Online course – Child Protection
  • Online course – Hand Hygiene
  • Online course - Food Handling
  • Uniforms and ID Badge

Visit the Faculty of Science and Health Interact 2 site for more information.

Download the discipline requirements checklist

Once compliance requirements obtained, instructions on how to upload to InPlace can be found on the above Faculty of Science and Health Interact 2 site.

To support with the Workplace Learning journey the following services provide important information:

Need help or assistance?

Please contact the Faculty of Science and Health Workplace Learning Team

Phone: +61 26933 3010
Email: FOSH-WPL@csu.edu.au