WorkPro partners and collaborates with industry specialists, subject matter experts and professional Associations to continue to deliver a relevant employee induction, elearning and background screening solution to the market.
Our partners remain instrumental in the ongoing development of the solution.


The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC) is an Executive Agency responsible for developing and maintaining national information-sharing services between state, territory and federal law enforcement agencies. The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC) works in partnership with Australia’s police agencies to provide services that allow police to easily share information with each other across state and territory borders. The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC)’s information-sharing capabilities are specifically designed to equip police with the information needed to make decisions to assist in investigating and preventing crime. The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC) ensures that vital information is shared across Australia’s nine police agencies to provide a national view of policing.


The New Zealand Ministry of Justice delivers court and tribunal services including collection of fines and reparation, provides policy advice and negotiates Treaty of Waitangi claims on behalf of the Government. The Ministry of Justice is the lead justice sector agency and also supports the judiciary


DIBP are committed to building Australia’s future through the well-managed movement of people. Their diverse portfolio includes managing migration, humanitarian and citizenship policy and programmes. They work to keep Australia secure through border management and facilitate travellers crossing the border. The organisation strives to make fair and reasonable decisions for people entering or leaving the country, ensuring compliance with Australia’s immigration laws and integrity in decision-making.


ITCRA (Information Technology Contract and Recruitment Association) is the peak industry body established in 1998 for ICT recruitment agencies in Australia and New Zealand, setting the direction for the industry and influencing its standards, professionalism and business practice. ITCRA’s key focus is to provide a voice for its General Members as well as develop and provide business solutions and partnerships to support the Members and the industry at large.


The RCSA sets the benchmark for recruitment and on-hire industry standards through representation, education, research, and business advisory support so the industry may concentrate on its core business. The mission of the RCSA is to represent and serve the interests of Members for the increased profile and professionalism of the Industry.


AHRI is the national association representing human resource and people management professionals. We have around 20,000 members from Australia and across the globe.

Whether you want to develop your career, get HR support, stay in touch with the latest industry developments, or help to grow the HR and management skills of your team, AHRI membership is for you.

AHRI provides education and training services in HR, people management and business skills; produces world-class conferences; and holds seminars and networking opportunities all over Australia – including our biggest annual event – the AHRI National Convention.
AHRI also sets standards through accreditation of HR qualifications at universities across Australia, conducts research into people management practices, and assists governments in the development of policy and legislation that affects people at work.


Domino Effect Consultancy is an injury management and prevention company specialising in workplace based interventions. The key objective is to provide workplaces with clear, effective interventions that in the first instance minimise the risk of psychological or physical injuries occurring in the workplace.

In the instance where injuries or illnesses occur, we specialise in providing early intervention strategies to assist the employee to return to work safely and efficiently with minimal cost to the business.


Service Excellence Consulting Pty Ltd are dedicated to assisting businesses improve the management and delivery of services to their customers. We achieve this through a Quality Management approach based on business processes, risk management and performance improvement. Our aim is to build you a management system that is functional and efficient and which meets requirements for certification in the latest 9001 standard, ISO 9001:2015. We start with a simple, half day “health check” or full-day diagnostic to identify gaps and evaluate risks. Depending on your requirements we can then undertake process mapping, drafting procedures, conducting internal and external audits, training in quality, developing privacy management procedures, or data cleansing.We are experts in recruitment best practice and privacy management, and experience in a range of industries including recruitment and HR, professional services such as consulting and engineering, and construction. We have personable and experienced consultants who are located throughout Australia, some of whom are also qualified lead auditors in Quality, OHS and Environmental management systems.


Safe Work Consulting works with businesses to achieve their health and safety goals. They have a team of professional and qualified consultants with extensive experience in many aspects of workplace health and safety; and are well placed to offer advice for private, public and not-for-profit organisations across various industries.

Safe Work Consulting customise their consulting services to their clients’ needs, looking at strategic and operational needs, current and emerging risks, and demonstrating how to manage those risks intelligently.


NESA are Australia’s peak employment services body. They have led critical discussions on the purchasing and implementation of national employment programme reforms, and as industry leaders we drive excellence in employment and related services in Australia and internationally through industry representation and advocacy, member support and development, and strong partnerships. NESA also lead critical conversations across the full range of federal government employment services programmes, worth over A$2 billion annually, supporting job seekers, employers and strongly advocating on job creation strategies