We ask that you provide the student with on-going feedback and that you meet with the student’s Co-operative Education Coordinator during a workplace site visit. You will receive a letter at the onset of the student’s work term indicating which Co-op Coordinator has been assigned to the student. Should you have any questions or concerns at any time, please contact the Coordinator or the Co-op office.
Co-op students are to be provided with the same safety information, training, equipment, and insurance as other new hires. The University of Lethbridge Risk & Safety Services department mandates compliance with the Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Act and related legislation as a minimum standard and encourages students and employers to exceed these minimum legal standards. For more information, please visit the website: http://www.uleth.ca/risk-and-safety-services
As the employer, we ask that you evaluate the student using our Employer Evaluation Form (available online) and participate in the Site Visit.
It is the student’s responsibility to submit the required learning objectives, monthly reports as well as a final report or presentation for each work term.
The salary paid to a student during a work term is determined by the employer. To be competitive, please take into account the student’s academic background and previous work experience. Vacation pay, incidental absences for sickness, and other company benefits are handled by the employer in the same manner as regular temporary employees.
Courses & Exams
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