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Safe-T-Training

Introducing…
Safe-T-Training

Asset College has partnered with Safe-T-Training to provide Rehabilitation and Return to Work Coordinators courses with Asset College’s nationally recognised qualifications.

What does Safe-T-Training do?

Safe-T-Training has demonstrated experience in workplace health and safety across a range of industries including mining, oil and gas, rail construction and operations, and general construction. They believe in providing training and assessment services that are user-friendly, industry specific, and tailored towards every learner’s needs.

Safe-T-Training was founded to provide an online training and assessment course to develop the knowledge and skills to perform as a Rehabilitation and Return to Work Coordinator (RRTWC) in the workplace.

The organisation helps employees become Competent, Confident, and Accredited Rehabilitation and Return to Work Coordinator’s, through a self-paced and user-friendly e-Learning training program.

What does Safe-T-Training offer?

Safe-T-Training have partnered with Asset College to offer the following units of competency:

  • BSBWHS417 Assist with managing WHS implications of return to work

The course has been developed by industry experts to provide a modulised technology platform which allows learners to learn and develop the RRTWC knowledge and skills in their own time at their own learning pace.

What are some of the strengths of being a partner of Asset College? 

Asset College are a reputable training organisation with like-minded values and a student-centric approach which has allowed Safe-T-Training to form a strong partnership and deliver excellent service and support to learners.

Tama from Safe-T-Training says:

“This is the perfect partnership to provide learners with the highest quality of training and assessment to improve your skills and knowledge to lead you to the next chapter in your career.”

Sound like the perfect training partner to assist you with specialised return to work and rehabilitation training? Visit Safe-T-Training’s website.

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