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Knowing how to effectively manage injured workers back to work is key to achieving early and durable return to work outcomes and ultimately premium reduction.

Changes to workers' compensation legislation removed compulsory training requirements, but employers still need to ensure that the RRTWC is 'appropriately qualified' to carry out their role.

Let Ai Group train your Return to Work Co-ordinator to give them the skills they need to effectively manage workers back to work promptly while meeting legislative requirements.

  • Understand the practical elements of the legislation that guides return to work principles
  • Recognise the role of key stakeholders to facilitate successful return to work outcomes - How to set the foundations for a healthy return to work culture in the workplace
  • Understand the first steps to effective claims management - How to engage with injured workers through their rehabilitation
  • Identify the elements of good case management, monitoring a case from the start to end. How to communicate with the injured worker and other stakeholders, engaging supervisors and managers to play their part and record keeping
  • Develop a suitable duties plan by liaising with key stakeholders - Gain a basic understanding of how mismanaged claims can impact the premium you pay
  • Understand what resources are at hand to assist
     
COURSE INFORMATION
Duration:
Cost:
1 Day
From $462.00
WHO SHOULD ATTEND

The course is intended for individuals who are new to this role or those who wish to refresh their skills to better manage rehabilitation and return to work co-ordination. 

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