Many teaching staff work in industry, so students are exposed to the real world of youth work from their very first day.
This access and connection to the community services sector paves the way for placement and employment opportunities for students.
Classes include a combination of:
- work-related learning
- workplace tasks and assessments
- case studies
- group and individual projects
- oral presentations.
Assessment occurs through a variety of methods including:
- written reports
- class activities
- work placement observations and tasks.
Guest lecturers provide relevant and up-to-date industry information.
Learning at RMIT
The types of classes you have will depend on the course you’re studying. Classes are offered in various formats designed to provide meaningful engagement with staff, industry and peers and provide for access and use of spaces where learning can be applied and active, including an array of specialised equipment.
Most RMIT courses do not include passive large-scale classes such as lectures, instead the content traditionally provided in lectures is made available online. This may be in the form of readings, videos or other on-demand learning materials. This content will also support the basis of interactive learning that takes place in on-campus classes.