Returning to work can be the best thing for your recovery, health and wellbeing. However, sometimes following a work injury it is not always possible for you to resume your pre-injury position or return to the same workplace.
This is where the ReSkilling service fits in. It allows you to maintain your work skills in a supervised and safe environment, or to develop new skills to improve your employment options.
ReSkilling is made up of a range of key services:
Skill maintenance services are available to support you during your recovery to safely maintain your existing skills and work habits. Activities you could participate in under skill maintenance are:
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In the event you cannot return to your normal job, you may need your existing skills and experience recognised. This can help to improve your employment options and consider options for a different career.
Activities under skill assessment include:
It may be identified that you may need to develop transferable skills to help you find employment in a new job. Our ReSkilling suppliers offer a range of training courses to suit your needs.
Training can be in the form of nationally recognised and accredited training such as:
Training can also be informal education such as:
Outplacement suppliers can help to match your transferable skills to suitable employment opportunities in the event you need to consider a new job role. An example of outplacement services include: