FHS WIL External Supervisor Reward Program
The Work Integrated Learning team at the Faculty of Health Sciences , recognises that clinical educators and placement supervisors employed by a range of health, education, community and other organisations external to the University, make a significant contribution to the education of our students.
The aim of the reward program is to recognise the valuable contribution of clinical educators and placement supervisors to student learning. The WIL team has made some changes to the reward program based on feedback from clinical educators and placement supervisors. From 2016, the program will consist of four categories - Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum.
To celebrate the launch of the revised Supervisor Reward Program, the WIL team launched a competition asking educators to submit a photo or short video (max. 30 sec) of themselves or their team with the Reward Program Brochure
Summary of eligibility criteria and rewards
|Award level||Eligibility Criteria||Rewards|
|Bronze||80 placement days||Opportunity to apply for University of Sydney Library Membership|
|Silver||180 placement days||Those for the Bronze award
Statment of appreciation posted to your workplace
Invitation to attend CPD events
|Gold||280 Placement days||Those for Silver award
Invitation to apply for Clinical Lecturer Honorary title
|Platinum||380 placement days||Those for Gold award
Limited Edition University of Sydney gift
Invitation to participate in FHS WIL special events and projects
Registering for your award
Clinical educators and placement supervisors who would like to have their eligibility assessed and gain access to the rewards will need to register online
Registration for each calendar year is open from 1 January to 31 December of the year in question. Registration will only take a couple of minutes and will be required annually.
Winners of the Supervisor Reward Program Competition 2016
We are pleased to announce that Peter McNeill, Diagnostic Radiography, Bondi Junction Imaging Centre is the winner of the competition.
The runner up is Hayley Conforti, Occupational Therapist, Liverpool Hospital
The WIL team would like to thank all placement supervisors who submitted entries to the competition and who have registered online to be part of our new reward program.
Congratulations to all those who won prizes.