Chosen by world leading Universities and Colleges around the globe
InPlace is deployed worldwide to over 100 diverse Universities and Colleges, including some of the most highly awarded and prestigious. Click through the case studies below to learn more.
Faculty of Health and Social Sciences, Leeds Beckett University on enhancing the quality of student learning via improved placement experience and the impact of implementing the student placement (work-integrated learning) solution ‘InPlace’.
InPlace went live in at UTA College of Nursing and Health Innovation (CNHI) in October 2017. Dr. Lauren St. John in her account tells us why the CNHI decided to use InPlace and how their staff and students have benefitted significantly from the software and support on hand.
Nottingham Trent University discuss the selection process and immediate benefits gained, in follow up NTU presented a case study on work-integrated learning and InPlace at the WACE (World Advancement of Cooperative Education) International Conference in 2017
The Australian Catholic University, Faculty of Health Sciences, runs Australia’s largest Nursing and Midwifery School, as well as Exercise Science, Physiotherapy, Paramedicine, and Occupational Therapy, with campuses in three states and one territory. Australia’s largest Nursing School comprises over 6500 students and over 12 000 clinical experiences per year across 4 major cities.
In 2008 La Trobe University reviewed its placement management systems and processes and concluded that due to the critical role in the education of ensuring high-quality placements, and the resource investment in managing the process across the university, that a common system should be used by all disciplines. This set the wheels in motion for what would become InPlace.
Deakin University made the decision to purchase InPlace to manage all work experience placements, the School of Education outline the benefits they gained
The InPlace team has worked closely with Deakin Education, alongside other universities who have joined in using the system in Education, to improve and adapt the system which is now a product that adds great value to our working environment.
The University of Canberra (UC) has a strong focus on the development of strategies to meet the demands of students and prospective employers for work-integrated learning during university studies. To manage and streamline the processes associated with the organisation of work-integrated learning the university licensed InPlace in September 2010.
Charles Sturt University selected InPlace and promptly rolled out university-wide across all campuses which are located throughout regional New South Wales. Unifying team members and having visibility across all work-integrated learning placements was of paramount importance. The deployment was completed in 12 months.
Flinders University is committed to providing a student-centred, innovative, supportive and high-quality learning experience, and views the opportunity to take part in some form of work-related experience as an essential form of learning. The Work Integrated Learning program encompasses specific work placements as well as simulated workplace settings on campus and assessment activities designed to simulate authentic workplace activities or requirements. To support this program, Flinders needed a flexible placement management system capable of supporting a wide range of industry engagement models, in an efficient and effective manner. Flinders University selected InPlace in 2010 and utilise the InPlace suite of features enterprise-wide management of integrated learning.