Some of our courses include:
Workplace Safety is highlighted more than ever in Australian workplaces. It's important to ensure your staff are as up to date as possible with safe working procedures and practices. Our range of Manual Handling and Office Ergonomics courses are designed to keep your employees safe while working in the office.
These days we're handling more and more confidential information. Did you know in the last 10 years, the human race has created more information since we started collecting it thousands of years ago? Our Privacy course will provide your employees with the necessary tools to enable them to protect this information.
Equal Employment Opportunity means equal access to jobs and benefits and services for all employees and prospective employees in the workplace. EEO aims to ensure fair and equitable outcomes in all areas of employment which relate to recruitment, selection, access to information, supervision and management.
Equal Employment Opportunity is about:
- Fair practices in the workplace;
- Management decisions being made without bias;
- Recognition and respect for the social and cultural backgrounds of all staff and customers;
- Employment practices which produce staff satisfaction, commitment to the job and the delivery of quality services to customers;
- Improving productivity by guaranteeing that:
- The best person is recruited and/or promoted;
- Skilled staff are retained;
- Training and development are linked to employee needs and customer needs; and
- The workplace is efficient and free of harassment and discrimination.
Ergonomics is the study of how humans interact with man-made objects. The goal of ergonomics is to create an environment that is well-suited to a user's physical needs. While ergonomics is relevant in many areas, it is commonly applied to the workplace environment. For example, ergonomics is often used to create comfortable workstations for employees. This may involve choosing customized desks and chairs that fit each individual's body type. It may also include providing employees with ergonomic keyboards and wrist rests that provide better typing posture. This course will advise you of safe work practices in your work environment.
Our fraud awareness course will assist you in identifying fraudulent activity within the workplace and measures you can put in place to prevent fraud. The course also explores a range of case studies you can use to explain the types of fraud.
Correct manual handing in the workplace is vital to employee and employer safety. This course will explain safe work procedures in the workplace and correct handling techniques.
A code of practice provides details on how to achieve the standards required under the work health and safety (WHS) legislation, by identifying hazards and managing risks.
Under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 (WHS Act), codes of practice are admissible in court proceedings. Courts may regard a code of practice as evidence of what is known about a hazard, risk or control, and rely on it to determine what is reasonably practicable in the circumstances. A person cannot be prosecuted for failing to comply with a code of practice.
A person with duties under the WHS Act can comply with their duties by following another method, such as a technical or industry standard, if it provides a standard of work health and safety equivalent to, or higher than, the code of practice.
An inspector can refer to an approved code of practice when issuing an improvement or prohibition notice and can offer the person to whom the notice is issued a choice of ways in which to remedy the contravention.
Occupational Health and Safety is an area concerned with protecting the safety, health and welfare of people engaged in work or employment. The goals of occupational health and safety programs include the need to foster a safe and healthy work environment. OHS may also protect co-workers, family members, employers, customers, and many others who might be affected by the workplace environment. This course will explain your rights and responsibilities in relation to OHS and provide you with interactive case studies.
Our behavior within the workplace can contribute positively to creating a productive and harmonious environment in which staff can be inspired and achieve their full potential. However, when behavior is inappropriate or dysfunctional it can have serious consequences on productivity, job satisfaction and on the physical and psychological well being of staff. This course explores the principles of workplace behavior and provides interactive case studies for employees to be aware of their rights and responsibilities.
The time management module provides employees with effective techniques to allow them to manage their day. This 30 minute module will allow employees to think about what techniques, devices and habits they can develop to assist.
This course covers the use of Drugs and Alcohol in the workplace and at workplace events. Drugs and Alcohol in the workplace pose a serious risk to organisations. This course will demonstrate the effects of drugs and alcohol in the workplace.