Disability Prevention at Work
This course is designed for those who will or currently assist injured workers individually or
collectively through a therapeutic return to work (RTW) and provides workplace parties with the
tools necessary to develop strategies that ensure successful outcomes. Through the exploration
of leading research, law and evidence-based best practices, participants will learn the principles
of good return to work practices and the Duty to Accommodate. Legal lessons from precedent
setting cases are reviewed and participants put these legal concepts into practical use preparing
and participating in return-to-work meetings and scenarios.
Barriers to successful return to work are addressed with a focus on attitudinal barriers and their
elimination using the social model of disability and therapeutic return-to-work principles.
This course will take place at Don Valley Suites on September 18-22, 2023.
Prerequisites required for this course: Level 1 & Level 2
Registration will open soon. Please stay tuned.
PREVENTION LINK BOOKING AND CANCELLATION POLICY:
Course numbers are limited to ensure a quality learning experience for all participants. Places are allocated in order of receipt of registration form. Written cancellation received 10 working days prior to the first day of training are subject to a 25% administration charge. Cancellations received thereafter are refunded at 50% of the registration fee.
Prevention Link may cancel any training session at any time and a full refund will be issued. Every effort will be made to ensure that registrants of a cancelled course are placed in the next available course. Prevention Link is not responsible for wages, non-refundable travel, meal or accommodation costs. Should a participant be unable to attend the next available course, an alternate participant is welcomed at no additional charge.
Prevention Link is committed to protecting your privacy and the confidentiality of information provided to us as regulated by Privacy Legislation. Information provided is used to process registration and to keep our records current so that you can be informed of course cancellations, current and future workplace insurance and disability prevention training opportunities and other prospective events that may be of interest to you.
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