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Musculoskeletal Injury Prevention Program (MIP) Train-the-Trainer Refresher

October 27 @ 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

$75 – $125

Mode of delivery: Classroom

Course length: 6-8 Hours

Prerequisite(s): Any of the following: MIP MMH TTT ; MIP SRH TTT ; MIP Combo TTT taken within the last 3 years

In 2017-2018 the CCSA implemented changes to our MIP Train The Trainer programs.  2020 is the first year of training recertification, which will ensure all emolyers/employees utilizing the CCSA’s MIP TTT have the updated sklls and training materials required.

Course Description:

It is imperative that Trainers go through the recertification process

The recertification process will provide Trainers with the following:

  • Updated Legislative changes
  • CCSA’s new S.A.F.E. model, replacing the 8 Principles
  • Trainers will also be re-evaluated on their skills and problem solving abilities

Purpose

The purpose of the MIP TTT Refresher is to ensure that participants are trained on current best practices.

Exercises

By providing a combination of class-room instruction, student participation, and course work, we are able to provide a complete understanding of the requirements for delivering effective Musculoskeletal Injury Prevention – Safe Resident Handling & Manual Materials Handling training programs.

Certification: exam & pass grade: 80%

Details

Date:
October 27
Time:
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Cost:
$75 – $125
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Venue

Edmonton
110, 6325 Gateway Blvd
Edmonton, Alberta T6H 5H6 Canada
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Phone:
780 433 5330

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