Some organizations provide the RWCS workers' compensation certification program for their employees continuing education needs or career enhancement. Companies who enroll five or more applicants at one time are eligible for a discount off the regular tuition fees.
Occasionally on-site classes are held for the convenience of the employer and their employees. Participants are allowed to ask questions and learn together.
Many colleges and universities today are offering innovative learning opportunities, programs, and services as an outreach to government, business and the community in general.
The National Registry of Workers' Compensation Specialists works with educational institutions to provide the RWCS workers' compensation designation for adult, non-traditional students who wish to receive workers’ compensation training and Continuing Education Units through the organizations as an additional permanent, nationally recognized record of professional development for participating individuals.
Here is an example of the RWCS program at University of Nevada, Las Vegas.