Do you need a Return to Work Coordination (RTW)?

 If your basic tariff premium exceeds $50,000/year or if you are insured by a specialised insurer or employ over 20 staff, you must have a Return to Work Coordinator.


Return to Work (RTW) Coordinator Training – Introduction to Return to Work Coordination

WorkCover NSW approved course for people planning to work as a Return to work Coordinator in NSW. A return to work coordinator is a worker nominated by an employer (or a contract engaged specifically for the role), whose principal purpose is to assist injured workers to return to work in a safe and durable manner.

A Return to Work Coordinator must hold a certificate certifying attendance at the WorkCover two-day course Introduction to Return to Work Coordination.

Course Accreditation

This is a WorkCover NSW course designed to train a person as a Return to Work Coordinator according to the requirements of the NSW Workers Compensation Legislation.

Topics Covered

The training is held over 2 days and will provide your Return to Work Coordinator with the skills they need to perform their role effectively. Topics include;

  • The Role of the Return to Work Coordinator
  • The key steps in developing a return to work program
  • Developing a simple return to work plan
  • Main components of the WorkCover Scheme
  • The principles of premium calculation
  • Identification of key issues in working with doctors and providers
  • Information regarding worker entitlements
Next Course Details
Date          Thursday 3rd November and Friday 4th November 2016
Location 360HR Solutions Norwest Office, Suite 212, 4 Columbia Court Baulkham Hills
Time           9:00am – 4:30pm
Cost           $495 per person + GST – Morning and afternoon tea provided
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Invoice will be sent for payment