BSBWHS407 ASSIST WITH CLAIMS MANAGEMENT, REHABILITATION AND RETURN-TO-WORK PROGRAMS
- Course name – Rehabilitation and Return to Work Coordinator Course (RRTWC)
- Duration – 8:30am – 4:30pm
- Location – Brisbane training facilities. Available On Location – flexible group training delivered at our client’s site or office, or at our Brisbane training facility.
- Cost – $350 ex GST per person
WHAT IS THE REHABILITATION AND RETURN TO WORK COURSE (BSBWHS407)?
This course is designed to provide a basic introduction into the management of claims and address the necessary skills and knowledge to establish and/or maintain a system for managing the rehabilitation and early return to work, of injured workers at the workplace.
Australian Safety and Learning Systems offers this training program in partnership with Healthy Business Training Academy RTO number 30831.
WHO WILL BENEFIT FROM THE REHABILITATION AND RETURN TO WORK COURSE (BSBWHS407)?
This course applies to Employer Groups who require a trained employee to manage their existing and/or to implement a new rehabilitation and return to work program within their organisation. The course is also intended for individuals who want to develop new skills, or upgrade their current skills and understanding to effectively manage a rehabilitation program within a workplace.
The Rehabilitation and Return to Work Course covers:
- assist with processing and analysing workers’ compensation claims including:
- identifying and reporting on the nature of injury
- estimating period of absence from work
- ensuring arrangements are made in the work team to deal with absence as needed
- assist with planning, implementation of a rehabilitation or return-to-work program including
- job redesign, reduced hours and alternative duties as appropriate
- documenting existing skills, experience and capabilities of affected worker
- assisting with design of a rehabilitation or return-to-work program and determining retraining requirements
- consulting with relevant managers about the program
- assist with monitoring and evaluating a rehabilitation or return-to-work program including
- facilitating regular contact, feedback and communications between provider, supervising manager and worker
- identifying and notifying breaches of the return-to-work program and taking prompt remedial action
- modifying the program where appropriate
- evaluating the program and implementing recommendations for system improvement where appropriate
- communicate and facilitate consultation and negotiations sensitively with affected worker, relevant managers and external providers to address issues around compensation, treatment, rehabilitation, return-to-work matters and the effectiveness of a program.
There are no pre-requisites for this course. Pre-reading activities will be sent to students upon enrolment. Students must complete the pre-reading prior to attending the course. There may be some post course work.