TAFE SA is a ReturnToWorkSA approved training provider for Return To Work Coordinator (RTWC) training.
All workplaces who employ 30 or more people are required to appoint a certified RTWC. Facilitated by experienced and passionate industry professionals, this course will provide you with an opportunity to practice and apply the skills and knowledge gained through hands on activities and group participation.
The course will be delivered in one of two ways:
- via a live webinar, allowing you the flexibility of attending from any location within South Australia. To support you through this course, you will also be provided access to an online learning environment where you can access relevant resources and activities.
- face to face, on campus.
To support you through this course, you will receive access to an online learning environment where you can access relevant resources and activities.
On completion of the course you will have developed skills and knowledge of:
- The roles and responsibilities of Return to Work Coordinators.
- The responsibilities applicable to workers compensation legislation relevant to rehabilitation and return to work of injured employees.
- The roles of key parties, including injured workers, supervisors, claims managers and doctors.
- Strategies to help you support injured workers to remain at or return to work.
- The supports available to Return to Work Coordinators.
- Strategies to identify, negotiate and offer suitable duties to injured workers.
- Strategies to effectively communicate with key stakeholders.
This course is certified by ReturnToWorkSA.
For organisations that wish to pay the student fees for this course and are unable to pay by credit card via the website, please contact the Short Course team via email on firstname.lastname@example.org to organise a Third Party Payment invoice.
This course is certified by ReturnToWorkSA (RTWSA)
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What is a Virtual Classroom? A virtual classroom is when students learn with a lecturer and other students via web conferencing technology as part of a virtual classroom. Lecturers lead a virtual classroom that is accessed by students in different locations at the same time. TAFE SA currently use Collaborate. You will need access to a computer and the internet for this course or you can use the facilities at your local TAFE SA campus. You do not need to install any software and you can access the classroom from any computer that has an internet connection, or a mobile telephone. You will be provided with the link to the classroom from your lecturer prior to the start date.
Course enquiries and more information
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