Students undertake a combined minimum total of 1,000 hours of professional practice, across three separate placements, in the Master of Psychology (Industrial & Organisational) program. Prior to undertaking these placements students are required to demonstrate competence in ethical decision making within the context of organisational psychology. Students complete assessment relating to National Practice Standards for Health Practitioners, as well as Australian Psychological Society codes of ethics, practice and guidelines. Students are trained in case study analysis and taught the scaffolding for practice as a registered psychologist. In addition to ethics and practice, students are taken on a professional learning journey to support their transition between student and practitioner.