Midwifery

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

The following indicates your compulsory Workplace Learning (WPL) components:

The following indicates your compulsory Workplace Learning (WPL) components:

Graduate Diploma of Midwifery (4619MV)

  • MID448 Midwifery Practice (187.5 days)

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

NSW Health requirements

Due first year of study and no later than

  • 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 your requirements:

Download NSW Health compliance checklist

Once you have obtained all your compliance requirements, email them to FOSH-WPL@csu.edu.au for processing. Please enter in the email subject line your: Student ID / Student name / Discipline / Compliance.

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

To support your Workplace Learning journey the following services will provide you with 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