Other Events & Courses
WSIB Case Management Strategies
WSIB claims can be a challenging component of our work. Join Carly Howe, Assistant Director, WSIB Ontario for a current and timely overview of WSIB case management strategies. Participate in this course for professional development, or take all 4 courses for a Certificate in Disability Management and Attendance Support. Please see flyer to register.
Essentials of Occupational Health, Safety and Disability Management
Prime Knowledge Limited is proud to present "The Essentials of Occupational Health, Safety and Disability Management". The course serves the needs of the Occupational Health and WSIB/Disability Management Specialists. The essence of an Occupational Health Specialist is to be knowledgeable of elements of occupational health and safety systems, current legislation and WSIB/disability management to assist in providing a safe, healthy and profitable workplace. Our goal is to impart fundamental information to individuals who are wishing to enter the field of Occupational Health Nursing; refresh their skills while already functioning in the field; looking to enhance their knowledge of disability management and individuals entering the field of Occupational Health and Safety. Participants have found the course increases their knowledge base in health, safety and disability management to assist in preparation for related professional examinations.
Special note: This year's Spring session has been cancelled. Please stay tuned for future course date(s).
One Day Workshops
In Hearing Conservation & Pulmonary Function Testing
Cancer Screening Saves Lives!
Did you know that?
When colorectal cancer is detected early there is a 90% chance of being cured
Cervical cancer is almost entirely preventable with regular Pap tests, follow-ups and immunization
When breast cancer is detected early, most women (90%) recover fully after treatment
If a cancer is found early through regular screening, it can require less invasive treatment and shorter periods of time away from work. Learn what you can do to reduce your risk of cancer by going to www.MyCancerIQ.ca.
The Toronto Central Regional Cancer Program is excited to offer workplaces in the Toronto Central region our free Cancer Prevention and Screening Awareness in the Workplace Toolkit that includes messages and information you can share with your employees via email, newsletter, social media and telephone recording. In addition to the Toolkit, we can come and provide an information booth and/or educational presentations to your employees as desired at no charge.
For more information, please contact the cancer screening team at 416-480-5331 or info@TCcancerscreening.ca.
The certification examinations for the professional designations of Certified Disability Management Professional and Certified Return to Work Coordinator. For further details, please do not hesitate to contact the Canadian Certification Council:
4755 Cherry Creek Road
Port Alberni, BC V9Y 0A7
Tel.: 778-421-0821 OR Fax: 778-421-0823
The continuing education modules previously offered by NIDMAR are now being offered by Pacific Coast University for Workplace Health Sciences (PCU-WHS). The University offers the first Bachelor of Disability Management degree and an Advanced Certificate in Return to Work.
Tel.: 778-421-0821, Ext. 209Email: email@example.com Web: http://www.pcu-whs.ca/programs/
Canadian Gerontological Nursing Association Conference: May 4-6, Ottawa
The CGNA biennial conference is the only event of its kind that focuses on all facets of education, practice and research in the care of older adults. The CGNA conference is a key educational and networking event for nurses, students, educators, policy makers, administrators and all others in the field of gerontological nursing.
Visit the CGNA2017 website to register, view the full conference program and learn more about the conference, including the pre-conference events, speakers, venue, social events and hotel and travel discounts: http://CGNA2017.ca