Work-Integrated Learning (Clinical/ Field/ Internship) herein known as 'placement' is a crucial part of any learning in the Faculty of Health Sciences & Wellness.
Humber programs offer unique work-integrated learning opportunities to prepare students for their future careers. Students apply what they’ve learned in class and in real world environments through a wide range of academic, community and industry partnerships. These work-integrated and experiential learning opportunities may include field placements, practicums, clinical placements, co-operative education work terms, internships, applied research projects, or service learning. Check program pages to learn more about the specific opportunities within each program.
Classroom learning gives you the foundation; placements provide the opportunity to apply your learning in a real-world setting with professional supervision by Humber College Faculty, Clinical Teachers, and/or Pregrad Advisors. Humber's Faculty of Health Sciences & Wellness offers placements through their extensive partnerships with hospitals, long-term care faculties, child care centers, community and educational agencies, industry groups, and other facilities throughout the greater Toronto and surrounding areas. Learn by doing and experience first-hand what it means to work in your chosen field. This is the valuable introduction to your future.
Most placements in the Faculty of Health Sciences & Wellness programs require the following before you begin placement:
The Faculty of Health Sciences & Wellness was founded within Ontario’s community college system. This history has forged a commitment to the community around us in which we live, through service to the community as part of the educational experiences that we provide to our students. We offer a broad range of experiences for Clinical and Field Placements.
Our program advisory committees are a structured way to involve local employers and community agencies in curriculum planning. Their input, based on their knowledge of trends and emerging issues is vital to making our courses current and relevant to the practice settings. Through the representatives on these advisory committees, we establish the relationships that support us to offer quality Clinical and Field Placements for our Humber students.