WorkCover & RTW Training
Workplace Interventions is a leading provider of workplace training services with our highly experienced trainers helping businesses achieve both legislative compliance and a positive safety culture, through practical, interactive training.
It is the responsibility of the employer to ensure their Return-to-Work Coordinator is appropriately qualified and competent to carry out their role, which is why WorkPlace Interventions wide range of training options are designed to increase understanding of workers compensation legislation, minimise health and safety risks and support outstanding return to work outcomes.
Read our course descriptions below and follow the links to attend a public course or book training onsite at your business.
This WorkSafe endorsed program is designed to equip those involved in the return to work process with the tools they need to effectively manage return to work.
This intensive course has been designed to improve and upskill experienced Return to Work Coordinators, and senior leaders responsible for Workers’ Compensation and injury management.
This session provides a comprehensive understanding of how workers’ compensation premium is calculated and focuses on employer premium legislative requirements. The second part of the seminar provides an overview of PIAWE and its calculation.
This course is for trained RTW Coordinators requiring a ‘refresh’ which includes the following topics: an overview of workers’ compensation eligibility and entitlements.
This program will assist managers and supervisors understand the importance of being involved in the return to work process, being proactive from the moment a workplace injury occurs.
Designed to provide participants with an overview of the WIRC ACT 2013, this course will equip participants with the "must know' of The Act, roles and responsibilities of key return to work stakeholders, liability for workers' compensation claims, claims settlement options and a review of rights and obligations of both the worker and the employer.
Workers exposed to critical incidents, excessive workloads, poor workplace culture, bullying and harassment, and non-compliance with company policies that can lead to sustaining a psychological injury.
Under the workers’ compensation legislation, when a worker is injured on the job and has an incapacity for work, employers have an obligation to help them return to safe work.