Work-integrated learning is a model and process of curricular experiential education which formally and intentionally integrates a student’s academic studies within a workplace or practice setting. WIL experiences include an engaged partnership of at least: an academic institution, a host organization and a student. WIL can occur at the course or program level and includes the development of learning outcomes related to employability, personal agency and life-long learning.
Skills Council of Canada, a betterU brand, supports Indigenous, underrepresented and underserved communities by providing traditional Work Integrated Learning infrastructure, skills assessments, job-focused skills development and mobile access through their Skills Management System. Learn more about SSC