Return to Work
The Return to Work short courses to support businesses and workers in the retail service and personal
services industries to operate safely within a COVID environment is currently undergoing maintenance.
In the interim, for the most up to date advice on this as well as for other COVID-19 related information,
please visit https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/guidance-sectors or https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus.
In response to COVID-19, the Victorian Government has developed a range of courses that may be useful for businesses and workers in the hospitality, service and personal services industries.
Victorian Government requirements in relation to COVID-19, including in the workplace, are being regularly updated in order to meet the advice provided by the Department of Health and Human Services. For the most up to date advice on this as well as for other COVID-19 related information, please visit https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/ .
Explore free short courses for workers in the following industries:
The Return to Work eLearning platform will close on 30 September, 2021. Enrolments will remain open until 22 September.
If you are already enrolled in a course that you haven’t yet completed, this can be done until 30 September 2021, 11:59pm (AEST), and you can download your certificate of completion up to this time.
To explore the wide range of TAFE and training opportunities available in Victoria, including Free TAFE, visit the Victorian Skills Gateway at skills.vic.gov.au.
This free short online training module is intended to support hospitality businesses to prepare to safely resume operations in accordance with the easing of restrictions, while also ensuring the public feels confident that their health and safety is being protected.
Visiting the Hospitality Industry Guidelines for Coronavirus (COVID-19) page to download the Guidelines along with checklists, fact sheets, signage, and posters to help your business safely reopen.
This course is designed to assist local government employers, workers, and the general public more broadly, to improve workplace health and safety in the context of the COVID-19 situation.