Have you ever wished there was a step-by-step guide to get started with ergonomics?
My new office ergonomics course has everything you need to start or grow a successful ergonomic therapy practice. You’ll learn the basics of office ergonomics, assessments, documentation, remote ergonomic assessments…and much more!
An OT approach to ergonomics
Most ergonomics course instructors are physical therapists, but this course is taught by me. Click on the video below to get a preview on what this course covers in greater detail.
Marketing your ergonomics business
Looking for a way to market your Occupational Therapy business?
Today there are more people working from home than ever before, and there’s literally no competition for jobs in ergonomics.
This course will help you find unique ways to get into your client’s office by finding clients in your local area or doing remote assessments for clients anywhere in the world.
Do I have to be an OT to be an ergonomist?
This course is designed to be taken by OTs, PTs, or anyone who is interested in ergonomics. Becoming an ergonomic specialist does not require a degree, but the certification you’ll get with this course will help you know everything you need to get started.
What will I learn in this course?
You’ll learn everything from the ground up: How to do an evaluation, what assessments work best for the office, sample documentation, preliminary surveys, equipment recommendations, remote assessments, and much more. We’ll even keep the course updated so that it stays relevant to the current research and best practices.
You’ll also learn more about how you can help your clients avoid common musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) that occur in workplaces such as carpal tunnel syndrome, back pain, muscle fatigue, and much more.
Can I get continuing education for this course
Right now you will be able to earn 4.5 CEUs for this course in the U.S.
Why should I take this course?
With more and more people working from home, there’s not a better time to be doing office ergonomics. This course will not only help you implement an ergonomics plan; it will help you change lives and help people feel safer doing their occupation.
Think of the people you work with and everyone working from home with poor ergonomics. Starting an ergonomic business can help you provide simple tips to improve ergonomics by changing desk height, monitor placement, lighting and more.
And best of all? It will help you improve your ergonomics too.
If you’re an occupational therapist and ready to start offering office ergonomics services, there’s not a better time than now.
Get started with your office ergonomics course today!