Public Sector Industrial Relations offers the opportunity for employee relations and human resources professionals to accelerate their knowledge and understanding of employee relations in the NSW public sector through the completion of our eLearning program.
Participants can seek to have their eLearning formally recognised through attainment of verified digital credentials that can be shared digitally. This requires participants to register and pass a short assessment for each eLearning module completed. Learn more about digital credentials.
You have two eLearning options:
Option 1. Complete individual modules, as needed
- Quickly obtain specific knowledge (No certification provided)
Option 2. Work through all modules and earn digital credentials
- Earn digital credentials endorsed by Public Sector Industrial Relations and recognised by employers across the NSW public sector.
- Complete an assessment for each module to qualify for the digital credential.
- On qualifying, you will be issued with an accredited badge verifying your achievement.
- Display your badge on social media, emails, and your resume.
We recommend using Microsoft Edge for optimal function when accessing the eLearning Modules.
If you have any questions about the eLearning program, please ask your agency’s designated Advisor in PSIR.
This material has been prepared for educational purposes to encourage active participation and debate, and not for the purposes of providing legal advice.
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Public Sector Industrial Relations recommends that this material be read in conjunction with an authorised copy of the relevant legislation and industrial instrument, and that no action should be taken on the basis of the information contained in the material without first obtaining independent advice from suitable advisors.
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