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Students from a range of disciplines and education providers are able to undertake their practicum with us.

Placements provide students with the knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the principles and practices of community health and the benefits of working within a social model of health framework.

Student on placement sitting at computer
Annette Zukowski – AOD (Alcohol and Other Drug) student placement

Education providers – Requesting a placement

Education providers can make enquiries and requests for student placement via the online Placeright portal or by emailing studentplacement@gatewayhealth.org.au.

It is Gateway Health’s policy to charge fees for student placements. These fees vary depending on the discipline involved.

Fees need to be paid by the education provider as we cannot enter into a legal placement agreement directly with the student.

Please note that an offer of placement will depend on our capacity, and the student successfully completing an interview with the relevant team leader.

We are not able to accommodate work experience requests.

Students

If you are a student and would like to undertake your placement at Gateway health please contact your education provider who can request placement for you.

If you have received an offer to undertake your placement with Gateway Health you will receive a placement package via email with all of the information you need to begin your placement with us.

We look forward to welcoming you to Gateway Health and hope that you find your placement with us to be an invaluable learning experience!

Visit Travel Victoria for travel and accommodation information for the Wodonga and Wangaratta regions.

Visit going rural health if you are a rural health science student and require financial or accommodation assistance.

Last Update: November 1st, 2021