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Not all classroom have walls

Valued Industry Partners

Thank you for partnering with QRC and providing the opportunity for a student to apply their learning, gain from real life experience and prepare for a career within industry through our internship programme.

Internships at QRC are a valuable component of the diploma programme and set our graduates apart from many other tertiary institutions.  Students are supported to embed their operational learning from their first year of study during their internship placement.  Upon returning to study upon completion of their placement, students are required to reflect upon their experiences and apply reflective reasoning throughout the theoretical business management papers.

 

Learning Outcomes

Internship

Internship is an extension of the classroom and has clear learning objectives.  All papers delivered in the diploma programmes have clear assessment strategies to ensure students are supported in their learning with purpose and direction, objective feedback and scope for improvement.

Upon completion (1000 hours over 9 months), the internship paper delivers the following learning outcomes:

  1. Understand core positional roles.
  2. Identify critical performance appraisal criteria.
  3. Understand the function and application of a decision thinking tool.

The above demands that students in internship roles are able to:

  1. Demonstrate participation in the practical skills associated with the area of approved work placement in the hospitality industry.
  2. Relate theoretical knowledge learnt in the classroom to that of on the job training.
  3. Demonstrate engagement and industry immersion throughout the internship placement.
  4. Demonstrate and maintain industry standards during an internship placement.
  5. Apply theoretical classroom learning and industry knowledge to an internship placement. Demonstrate participation in the practical skills associated with the area of approved work placement in the hospitality industry.
  6. Relate theoretical knowledge learnt in the classroom to that of on the job training.

Be It (Learning Outcomes, students will be a practitioner who can do this)

  1. Complete required internship hours in departmental roles to industry standards, applying self-management and leadership strategies.
  2. Apply theoretical classroom learning and industry knowledge to analyse policies and processes.
  3. Apply standard industry practices, and self-management and leadership strategies to resolve problems in the workplace.

In achieving the above practical outcomes, a student will be able to:

  1. Complete required internship hours in departmental roles to industry standards, applying self-management strategies.
  2. Apply theoretical classroom learning and industry knowledge to analyse policies and processes.
  3. Apply standard industry practices to resolve problems in the workplace.
Assessment Strategy

Assessment Strategy |

At completion of 3 months in placement:

  1. Student Self-Report (Met / Not Met – compulsory)
  2. Industry Supervisor Report (Met / Not Met – compulsory)
  3. Attestation of complete hours (Met / Not Met – compulsory)

At completion of placement:

  1. Student Final Report (Met / Not Met – compulsory)
  2. Industry Supervisor Final Report (Met / Not Met – compulsory)
  3. Attestation of complete hours (Met / Not Met – compulsory)
  4. Debrief Interview – Student

The above reporting is mandatory and evidenced to NZQA (qualification awarding body) as achievement of learning outcomes.  To facilitate efficient management of student results and progress through their course of study, we appreciate your timely attention to the required industry reporting requirements.

 

Internship Reporting

3 Month Assessment

INDUSTRY SUPERVISOR 3 MONTH REPORT

STUDENT 3 MONTH SELF-REVIEW REPORT

Final Assessment

INDUSTRY SUPERVISOR FINAL REPORT

STUDENT FINAL REPORT

Contracts and Agreements

To forge greater understanding of the purpose of the internship programme, and protect the educational outcomes of all QRC students, an industry provider is required to sign an agreement that they will provide learning opportunity for students placed as an intern.

Individual Placement Contract (IPC).

Succesful Internships


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