In the interest of a safe working environment, many workplaces conduct drug and alcohol screening. Australian standards for urine and oral fluid collection require that all workplace personnel who conduct drug and alcohol screening must possess a Statement of Attainment for this course.

Participants will learn:

  • Knowledge of the standards relevant to drug and alcohol screening and fitness for work
  • The elements of an effective policy, procedures and workplace substance abuse program
  • Classes of drugs and their effect on human function and safety at work
  • Various options for drug and alcohol screening, and the pros and cons of each
  • Practical skills in undertaking drug and alcohol screening, including urine testing and oral fluid (saliva) testing
  • Clear guidelines to establish a new drug and alcohol testing program or to review an existing program

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be awarded with a Statement of Attainment issued by CHG (RTO #110048).

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This training is delivered as a workshop, either at your workplace, or at CHG Mile End as a public course. Please contact the Training Team for more information.

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Important considerations

  • CHG provides this training under an Agreement with Registered Training Organisation Morrissey Training and Consulting (RTO No. 30929).
  • Participants are reminded that they are required to provide CHG with their Unique Student Identifier (USI) before they can receive a qualification or statement of attainment. More information can be found at

Recognising and treating depression and other mental health problems early can reduce the likelihood of the condition becoming severe or compensable. In our Mental Health First Aid course, participants will learn to identify the signs and symptoms of mental health problems, and how to provide initial help to an individual before professional help is sought. This 2 day course has been developed for both individuals and workplaces.

Participants will learn practical skills in dealing with the following crisis situations:

  • Person feeling suicidal
  • Person having a panic attack
  • Person who has recently experienced a traumatic event
  • Person with psychosis who may appear threatening
  • Person who has overdosed

Participants will also learn how to help others with mental health problems before a crisis develops, including:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Psychosis
  • Substance abuse disorders

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Mental Health First Aid is delivered as a workshop, either at your workplace, or at CHG Mile End as a public course. Please contact the Training Team for more information.

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All workplaces with 30 or more employees must appoint a Return to Work Coordinator (RTWC). Using the resources of our experienced trainers, medical practitioners and therapists, we can provide you with the skills and knowledge required to deliver effective return to work outcomes for injured employees. Participants who undertake the RTWC training with CHG will gain practical skills in dealing with the most common barriers involved in returning to work after an incident.

Participants will leave our 2 day program with an understanding of:

  • Workers compensation legislation relevant to rehabilitation and return to work of injured employees
  • Roles of key stakeholders, including injured employees, doctors, claims managers and supervisors
  • Common injuries and medical terminology
  • How to identify, negotiate and offer suitable duties to injured employees
  • How to effectively communicate with doctors and other treatment professionals
  • How the takeaway resource folder and other material can assist in the role of RTWC

CHG is approved by ReturnToWorkSA to provide this training and all successful participants will be awarded a certificate upon completion of the course.

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Return to Work Coordinator Training is delivered as a workshop, either at your workplace, or at CHG Mile End as a public course. Please contact the Training Team for more information.

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Ensuring that your employee’s workstations are correctly set up with effective ergonomic practices is not only your responsibility, but a vital component of protecting against injury. Training team members to act as workstation assessors within your workplace can help you ensure that everyone has a safe working environment. CHG offer a Train the Assessor program to equip participants with the skills to become a workstation assessor. This training is delivered as a mix of theory and practical application, best delivered in small groups of no more than eight (8).

Participants will learn:

  • Fundamentals of anatomy and physiology
  • Fundamentals of ergonomic practices in the workplace
  • How to conduct workstation assessments
  • How to source modified or alternate equipment
  • How to identify when further intervention is required

Need this training?

All training is delivered by an experienced trainer at your workplace. Training can be tailored to suit your specific industry and workplace objectives. Please contact the Training Team for more information.