Training requirements for student placements
Queensland Government Hospital and Health Service facilities
Allied health students wishing to undertake a clinical placement in a Queensland Government Hospital and Health Service will need to complete a number of training modules prior to commencement of their placement.
The training has been developed in accordance with The National Safety and Quality Healthcare Service (NSQHS) Standards to facilitate the safe practice of students and to support patient, student, and staff safety.
Training is required to be completed prior to commencement of clinical placements in Queensland Health.
Completion of this training will facilitate the early commencement of clinical learning on placements and ongoing placement provision by facilities.
Allied health students are requested to access the following documents:
- Allied Health student training: A guide for students (PDF 88 kB) (updated for 2020): details the responsibilities of all parties involved in the provision of training for placements.
- iLearn user help for students (PDF 555 kB): some of the modules require registration with the online learning platform iLearn. Complete your registration on iLearn before accessing the student orientation modules. It may take at least 3 working days for your registration to be completed.
- Evidence record for allied health student training (PDF 126 kB) (updated for 2020): A completed copy is to be presented to each Queensland Government Hospital and Health Service placement site at the commencement of each placement.
University staff entering Queensland Health facilities to support student placements are encouraged to complete the training.
Hospital and Health Service staff may require a copy of the completed evidence record of allied health training for university staff. University staff can also access the guide Allied health training: A guide for university staff if required.