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Lead the way in personal injury management

In Australia, the personal injury management industry has been active for over one hundred years, is worth an estimated 10 billion dollars and employs over ten thousand people. Aspiring leaders in personal injury often work in demanding environments and with high expectations of themselves and their organisations. Progression in the personal injury industry requires a strong grasp of business, finance and claims, and injury management concepts. You'll also need the confidence to draw upon many different approaches to problem solving, together with well-developed leadership and personal attributes.

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Study personal injury management at Griffith

Study personal injury management at Griffith

Developed in partnership with PIEF

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Griffith and the Personal Injury Education Foundation have partnered to create postgraduate degrees that combine theoretical coursework with leading industry expertise in personal injury management. We are proud to be associated with PIEF and support its efforts to enhance the skills, expertise and leadership potential of the personal injury management industry.

Take the next step in your career

If you are currently working in personal injury management, this degree will help you take the next major step in your career. With participants coming from a variety of areas, you will have the opportunity to compare the various claims and injury management approaches that are being tried by personal injury organisations across Australia and New Zealand.

Flexible study options

Balance study with your current job, family commitments and social life by studying part-time, online. You can complete the Graduate Certificate in Personal Injury Management in just 12 months or your Masters in as little as two years. An undergraduate degree or professional work experience can qualify you for entry.

Melbourne Residential School

Griffith’s postgraduate personal injury management degrees include residential courses that are studied online, followed by a compulsory residential school in Melbourne. You will work collaboratively on team projects which encourages knowledge sharing, relationship building and the creation of lasting networks across the industry. These courses have a high satisfaction rate with 97% of participants saying they would recommend the residential school to their co-workers.

5-Star Rated

Griffith Business School is rated 5-stars for Educational Experience and Teaching Quality in Business and Management by the Good Universities Guide 2018, a leading independent provider of high-quality education and career information.

Caroline Robinson

Caroline Robinson says studying the different aspects of personal injury management puts into perspective the work she does in her role as Service Manager at Workers' Compensation. `The residential courses have been invaluable in providing me with exposure to different aspects of personal injury insurance, such as Compulsory Third Party insurance and the National Disability Insurance Scheme. I've also gained an understanding of how these schemes really work in practice?.

Caroline Robinson

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Gain industry specific qualifications

A postgraduate degree in personal injury management will help you better understand the industry and help shape its future. You will build professional networks and be able to apply your learnings to your current workplace, or advance to a senior position or project role. As a graduate, you will be eligible for membership with the Certified Personal Injury Professional Association.

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Monday 3 July — Saturday 14 October

Trimester 2

Our second trimester starts on Monday 3 July. Trimester 2 examinations run from Saturday 30 September to Saturday 14 October.

Monday 18 September — Friday 29 September

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Monday 30 October — Saturday 17 February

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Our third trimester starts on Monday 30 October. Trimester 3 examinations run from Saturday 10 to Saturday 17 February 2018.

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Wednesday 15 November — Tuesday 26 September

Postgraduate Information Evening - South Bank

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Wednesday 22 November — Tuesday 26 September

Postgraduate Information Evening - Gold Coast

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Saturday 16 December — Friday 22 December

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