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Short Course for Managers

Event date:

Event title:
Short Course for Managers

Event location:

128 Farrington Road

Event time: 08:30AM - 01:30PM

Event description:

This course aims to provide a general understanding of the workers' compensation and injury management system in WA and explains how the system works. It also provides an understanding of your rights and obligations as an employer in the workers' compensation and injury management system.

Expected Outcomes

On completion of this course, participants should be able to:

  • Understand how Injury Management can apply downward pressure on the workers' compensation premium
  • Ensure that valued members of the workforce return to their full pre-injury duties sooner, rather than later
  • Assist in the development of a positive workplace culture

Training Strategy

Participants will be provided with a well rounded educational experience in the workers' compensation and injury management legal process.

Key Subject Areas

  • Your primary obligations
  • Understanding insurance obligations
  • Understanding injury management obligations
  • Entitlements for injured workers
  • Claims obligations
  • When and how to produce a Return to Work Program
  • Rights of parties with the system
  • Dispute resolution
  • Impairment assessment
  • Settlements
  • Summary of choices within the system

Designed For

Employers who wish to understand and meet their workers' compensation legal obligations. This course is also ideal for supervisors and line managers who play an integral part of the return to work process.


5 hours


  • IFAP Members $215
  • Non-members $285


Call Rani Chandra from IFAP on 1300 4327 00 or email

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