Rehabilitation and Return to Work Coordinator – Refresher 2017-04-27T17:28:04+00:00

Course Overview

This course is aimed at people who wish to refresh their Rehabilitation and Return to Work Coordinators training. Although the need to recertify is not legislated it is best practice to maintain the skills and principles necessary to fulfil the role as a RRTWC. This training will refresh legislative knowledge and principles of injury management.


1-day workshop plus pre-reading activity



Self-paced in your own time at work or at home


This course is aimed at people who wish to refresh their knowledge in updated legislation and injury management principles for their role as a Workplace Rehabilitation and Return to Work Coordinator.

The participant is required to have a previous accreditation as a Workplace Rehabilitation and Return to Work Coordinator or experience functioning in the role. Face-to-face students are required to complete a pre-course activity, which is sent out at time of enrolment.

This course is designed to provide participants with the necessary knowledge and skills to:

  • Assist the employer to discharge legislative obligations as outlined in the Workers’ Compensation and Rehabilitation Act 2003, including any amendments and applying a working knowledge of this legislation
  • Establish and/or maintain a system for managing the rehabilitation of injured workers at the workplace, and
  • Plan and coordinate individual rehabilitation plans for injured workers in accordance with best practice

At the completion of this course, participants will be able to demonstrate the ability to:

  • Apply a working knowledge of the Workers’ Compensation and Rehabilitation Act and Regulation 2003 (including any amendments)
  • Effectively communicate/negotiate with injured workers, management, treating medical practitioners, insurers and other key persons involved in the rehabilitation process
  • Establish and maintain systems for managing workplace rehabilitation at an accredited workplace
  • Identify and know how to implement steps taken following the injury of a worker, with regards to requirements of the insurer’s, the legislation and regulation’s ‘standard for rehabilitation’
  • Monitor the effectiveness of individual plans, as well as the overall effectiveness of rehabilitation within an organisation

Upon successful completion of all activities, a Certificate of Attendance will be issued by Improve Group RTO #31506.

Participants must complete this course within 6 weeks of course commencement.

To enrol for face-to-face training for this course, please click on your preferred training date or contact us for more information.

To enrol for online training, please submit the enquiry form or contact our office on 1800 886 269.

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