This practical experience provides 3 different placement experiences. One 30-hour placement in semester one, One 60-hour placement in semester two, and a 240-hour placement in semester four. These placements provide the opportunity for students to integrate their studies with valuable work experience. The settings are variable such as: Hospital Clinics and Private Fracture Clinics. Successful achievement requires completion of the Orthopaedic Evaluation Passbook, inclusive of listed competencies, timesheets, evaluation by a representative from the host medical organization, and the Westervelt clinical instructor.