The SAIT health services team of competent health care providers will check the student`s vaccination records and medical history and develop a plan for the student to be allowed to participate in the internship. At Applied Research and Innovation Services (ARIS), we involve students in real industrial research projects through internships, Capstone projects and student science staff. Students use their knowledge and skills to work with aris researchers and industry partners and to bring their own innovative ideas to the technological development challenges organizations may face. A legal contract must cover students from the school of public health and safety participating in a clinical rotation. The following two examples of the contract represent your reference and should not be printed or signed. The following ICT training programmes also have practical opportunities. Please click on the program title for a description of the program. For more information about the program-Practicum, please email ICT. WIL@SAIT.ca. If you have a physical, emotional or medical illness or disability that may affect you in an internship or clinical environment, it is strongly recommended that you discuss your application with the program chair and/or accessibility services as soon as you have been accepted and before confirming your seat in the program. Call: 403.284.8612 Fax: 403.284.7034 E-mail: email@example.com ISPF does not retain intellectual property and in accordance with THE POLITICAL AC.3.10 (student ownership), students retain ownership of the ip they create. For teams and industry partners, it is recommended that students have an IP agreement before the project begins. When the student begins the vaccination process outside of the SAIT Health Services CLINIC, the student and the student`s health professional must complete the Vaccine Administration Record for Outside of Calgary Area form and refer to the SAIT Health Clinic by fax 1.403.284.8531 (preferred method) or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org (as it is not safe).
The ICP must be dated no earlier than 90 days prior to the program orientation date. If this process is not completed, it may lead to the ineligibility of the internships. The current level of health care providers (C) CPR must be valid for the duration of your internship. SAIT offers the above continuous CPR course (CPRS 001 BLS Provider (Level C) CPR). At the end of the internship period, you should follow the following assessment and discuss your comments with the student.