Become a Rehabilitation and Return to Work Coordinator for your Workplace
Injuries in the workplace can be costly and time consuming. The Rehabilitation and Return to Work Coordinator is an important part in minimising the effect on injured workers and employers. A skilled Rehabilitation and Return to Work Coordinator can:
- Get injured workers back to work FASTER
- Achieve BETTER outcomes with your injured workers, and
- Manage difficult injured workers more EASILY.
To understand how to achieve these outcomes it is important to have a thorough understanding of the systems you operate in. This includes understanding the legislative framework, the solutions to barriers of effective rehabilitation and the service providers who can help you achieve these outcomes.
Why Choose KINNECT?
KINNECT’s 18 years in the workplace rehabilitation field providing a range of services such as physiotherapy, work hardening, workplace assessments, functional capacity evaluations and pre-employment services means you will walk away with the most current understanding of return to work processes and have the ability to impact your workplace immediately. You’ll be learning workplace rehabilitation from people that provide workplace rehabilitation. No other provider can give you the same understanding of current best practice rehabilitation systems and
The KINNECT Rehabilitation and Return to Work Coordinator course will help you understand the obligations as an employer, will help you recognise the barriers to good rehabilitation and help you identify the tools needed to deal with the challenges. You’ll also gain access to valuable workplace templates, forms, links and resources to get you started in your role as a Rehabilitation and Return to Work Coordinator and make a positive impact on injured workers and employers immediately.
The ESSA Professional Development Committee certifies that this Professional Development offering meets the criteria for 7.5 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Points.
NB: ESSA does not imply endorsement of the sponsoring organisation’s products/services.