If you are participating in an internship in the ACT, you may be required to present your WWVP registration card. If you are unable to present your card, you may be asked to leave the placement. In NSW Health, internships are a partnership between the Local Health District/Specialty Health Network/Health Agency and the educational service provider. HETI is not directly involved in setting up the partnership or negotiating mediation. The university is closely monitoring the coronavirus situation and is making updates available to ensure the safety of our students, collaborators and partners. If you are doing an internship at NSW Health, you must meet the following requirements: Students must undergo tuberculosis screening three months prior to their first clinical placement. If you are affiliated with an NSW health facility, you must complete the mandatory e-learning modules in the NSW Health Learning Management System called «My Health Learning». 14 days before your internship, you will receive an email with a StaffLink ID that will allow you to log in to My Health Learning to complete the online learning. You must complete the mandatory e-learning modules before the start of your internship.
If you are assigned for an internship at an ACT Health institution, an email is sent to your student by email from the ACT Health Clinical Placement Office inviting you to complete the online learning. This email also contains your username and password. Even if you are sure that you have completed all of your online learning modules, we strongly recommend that you register with Student Placements Online (SPO) to confirm your degree before each internship. . . .