There are numerous options available to support you regardless of what stage in your rehabilitation you are at. Transitioning officers generally require support in line with one of the following pathways. Your Injury Management Advisor or EML Case Manager can assist you with a range of services depending on your needs through this time, offering a range of the following services:
1. Wellness Support
Individuals who remain quite symptomatic and require ongoing assistance in the form of treatment and support.
- Download a list of the recommended wellness support services
- Health & Wellbeing Programs
- Exercise programs
- Family Support Coordinator
More information about the Family Support Coordinator can be found here.
2. Career Transition Support
Individuals who are doing ok but are unsure about their options upon leaving NSWPF.
EML can arrange recognition of prior learning and training courses to build upon your existing skills.
Individuals who have a good idea about what they want to do next and just need some help with things like formalising qualifications, resume writing and applying for jobs.
Contact your Case Manager who will talk you through the services best suited to your needs.
- Download a list of the recommended career transition support services
- Recognise transferrable skills
- Recognition of Prior Learning
- Build on skills through education and training
- Career planning and mapping
- Career Coaching
- Building resilience
- Build on confidence and skills to be job ready