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

September 23 @ 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

$75 – $125

This 6-8 hour in-person musculoskeletal injury prevention train-the-trainer refresher is designed to ensure the participants are trained on current best practices.

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

It is imperative that “Trainers” go through the recertification process. The intent of this workshop is to provide you with the knowledge required to deliver the theory as well as hands-on demonstration. The course content has been designed to ensure you are aware of any updated legislative changes, and become confident and comfortable in demonstrating and coaching participants to use the S.A.F.E. handling techniques required to reduce their risk of injury.

In order to receive a certificate of completion, you will be required to demonstrate your safe lifting techniques and complete an open-book competency exam and achieve a score of 80 percent or more.

Successful completion of this workshop gives you the foundation for success in delivering the CCSA MIP Safe Resident and Manual Material Handling workshops within your organization.

 

Details

Date:
September 23
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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Member
To purchase this ticket you must be employed by a continuing care employer within the province of Alberta
$ 75.00
6 available
Non-Member
$ 125.00
6 available

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