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Online | How to Develop a Return-to-Work Plan for a Mental Injury | 22 July 2022
July 22 - 9:00 am - 12:30 pm$199
Employees can be exposed to critical incidents, excessive workloads, poor workplace culture, bullying and harassment, and non-compliance with company policies that can lead to experiencing a psychological injury.
In this flipped model training, participants will learn how to create a return to work plan for an injured team member with a mental injury.
This program is designed to teach a best-practice person-centred approach to the return to work process which supports both the workplace and an employee with a mental injury. The process and application are underpinned by evidence, equipping participants with the tools to facilitate a safe and sustainable return to work (work-related and non-work-related).
Ideal for those responsible for supporting employees experiencing mental ill-health, this session will benefit anyone involved in the return to work process, including a return to work coordinator, people manager, executives or peer support.
- Common Workplace Mental Injuries
- Mental Injury Process Overview
- Collaboration with Key Parties
- Developing, Monitoring, Reviewing and Graduating RTW Plans
- Workplace Adjustments and Reasonable Adjustments
Important Participant Information
This program is delivered via flipped learning (1.5-2 hours of self-paced pre-course work followed by a 1.5 hours Zoom session).
One week before the scheduled course date participants will receive an email from our training department containing the link to the self-paced pre-course work and Zoom link with instructions.
Session date: 22 July 2022
Session time: 9.00 am to 12.30 pm (AEDT)
Terms and Conditions
1- Cancellations or rescheduling requests can only be accepted up to ten business days before the scheduled course date; otherwise, the full fee is payable.
2- Rescheduling courses within ten business days of the scheduled course date will incur a cost of $100 plus GST.
3- In the unlikely event that WorkPlace Interventions needs to postpone a session, all registered participants affected by a cancellation/postponement will be offered the opportunity to transfer to the next available session or choose an alternative date.