Your feedback has helped us shape our program for 2021-22. So what’s new and what’s returning?
Click here to see what we learned from you or keep reading to learn what's new for 2021-22.
Statement of Attendance
All workshop participants who attend a workshop in full will receive a Statement of Attendance. We acknowledge that attending a workshop is an investment in time and receiving a Statement of Attendance is a demonstration of your engagement and dedication to keeping up to date with all things return to work and mentally healthy workplaces.
Dates will be released every two months
We have noticed registrations and attendances tend to decline when they open three months in advance. Going forward we will be releasing new dates and workshops bi-monthly via a dedicated ‘upcoming workshops’ email to all Return to Work Coordinators. Workshops will not be promoted through the Return to Work Coordinator email newsletter. Future email newsletters will continue to feature new resources and topical articles.
Online and face-to-face offerings will continue
You keep telling us that you miss our faces, but the convenience of online learning is not something you are willing to give up – and you won’t have to! Online workshops will remain an ongoing feature for many of our workshops, but we recognise that online doesn’t suit all topics, so you will continue to see a mix of online and face-to-face workshops throughout 2021-22.
Our fundamental program will remain… fundamental
We will continue to offer our four fundamental workshops eight times a year. This is to cater for an increase in new Return to Work Coordinators wanting to upskill, but also those experienced Coordinators who are keen to refresh on key strategies and principles.
To see our full 2021-22 skill building program, click here.