Are you looking to undertake work experience or voluntary work?
These days, more employers are demanding voluntary workers have personal accident insurance. As a unpaid employee, you are not covered by workers compensation policies, leaving you particularly vulnerable in the event of personal injury at the workplace.
Insurance is a valuable investment as you embark on any volunteer work opportunity. Not only does it keep your potential employer happy, but it also gives you the freedom to make the most of your experience. ExperienceWorx’s insurance policies are specifically designed to protect and support you while undertaking volunteer work experience. With a premium as little as $96, ExperienceWorx offers security and peace of mind while you work towards your future.
By taking out an ExperienceWorx insurance policy you are covered up to $100,000 for capital (serious trauma) and death benefits for people aged between 15-85 Years. Cover is limited to $10,000 for insured persons between the ages of 15-85 years. Cover also includes Personal Liability (Public Liability) up to $10,000,000.
FLEXIBILITY OF COVER
ExperienceWorx understands that your work may consist of irregular hours and days. With our specialised work experience insurance policies, the following periods of cover are available:
- 15 days over 3 months
- 30 days over 6 months
- 30 days over 12 months
- 60 days over 12 months
- 3 months with unlimited days
- 6 months with unlimited days
- 9 months with unlimited days
- 12 months with unlimited days
For further details on this policy please refer to our Product Disclosure Statement and Policy Wording.
The product is provided by Accident & Health International Underwriting Pty Ltd and is underwritten by Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Co., Ltd, ABN 80 000 438 291, AFS Licence No. 246548 (TMNF).
The advice on this website has been prepared without taking into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. You must decide whether or not it is appropriate, in light of your own circumstances, to act on this advice. You should ensure you obtain and consider the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) and Target Market Determination (TMD) for the policy before you make any decision to acquire it. Please refer to these documents below, in the footer of this website.