Workforce checks and verifications vary from state-to-state, industry-to-industry, organisation-to-organisation, and person-to-person – depending on how, where, by who, and the nature of the organisation’s activities.
Some employees may require multiple different accreditations to perform their work; and some organisations may need to manage various accreditations schemes, especially if operating across multiple industries and/or states.
Likewise, the terms of grant funding from the government may require that employees are trained in particular competencies and that records of this training are kept and are accessible to the funder on request.
The following information summarises the primary checks that may be required by organisations, based on typical industry activities for each state in Australia.
Individuals looking to apply for any of these accreditations will find links to the relevant websites here.
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