Conduct induction process

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Conduct induction process (TLIL3003)

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This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to conduct an induction process for new workers and trainees commencing employment in the workplace, in accordance with relevant regulatory requirements, operational policies and procedures for the workplace concerned.

It includes outlining the relationship between the employee and the company, establishing and explaining the requirements of the position, and completing relevant workplace documentation.

Work involves planning, coordinating and conducting an induction program to prepare workers to enter and participate in the work activities of a workplace.

Work is performed under some supervision, generally within a team environment.

No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of publication.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this training course, participants will:

1. Outline the relationship between employee and the company 1.1 Employee is greeted and introduced to key personnel and areas in the workplace
1.2 Workplace objectives, operating systems and workplace structures are explained
1.3 Relationship between employee’s position, and the workplace structure and objectives is identified
1.4 Required work health and safety (WHS)/occupational health and safety (OHS), workplace procedures and employment conditions are explained
1.5 Sources of information and assistance for employee are identified
1.6 Emergency procedures are explained
2. Establish requirements of position 2.1 Job role, responsibilities and reporting relationships are explained
2.2 Immediate work colleagues are introduced
2.3 Workplace facilities and layout are shown to employee and flow of work/materials/goods and functions carried out in the area/s are explained
2.4 Initial training in relevant WHS/OHS, equipment and work systems is provided in accordance with workplace procedures
2.5 Employee rights and responsibilities in terms of equal employment opportunity, sexual harassment and anti-discrimination are explained
2.6 Training opportunities are organised to develop individual job roles
2.7 Workplace expectations of work functions and outputs are clarified
2.8 Opportunities for employee to clarify concerns and ask questions are provided
3. Complete relevant workplace documentation 3.1 Workplace personnel records are completed in accordance with workplace requirements
3.2 Tax declaration and other relevant documentation are checked for compliance with requirements
3.3 Employee is requested to provide any additional information needed and notes are taken of any additional actions required
3.4 Workplace-specific documentation is submitted to appropriate personnel as required, in accordance with workplace requirements
3.5 Requirements of commonwealth and state/territory legislation on equal employment opportunity, sexual harassment and anti-discrimination are fulfilled


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