Disability Management in the Workplace - Suspended
Faculty of Nursing
Department of Interprofessional Education and Simulation Learning
Suspended: There are no planned intakes for this program. Applications for admission are not being accepted.
The Disability Management in the Workplace certificate provides individuals with the knowledge and skills to coordinate return to work plans, and develop and implement disability management programs in the workplace. As the economic and human costs of worker injuries and illnesses rise, disability management professionals in the workplace are increasingly in demand. The focus of disability management is to assist workers who have been injured, ill or disabled to adapt to a meaningful and productive work environment.
This program is offered via online distance delivery. Students successfully complete 30 credits to receive a certificate in Disability Management in the Workplace.
A qualified individual has a broad spectrum of employment opportunities. Prospective places of employment include a wide range of corporate environments, federal, provincial and municipal governments, unions, health care providers, insurance providers and disability management service providers.
|DMWP 100||Essential Anatomy and Physiology 1||3|
|DMWP 102||Medical and Pharmaceutical Concepts 1||3|
|DMWP 104||Introduction to Disability Management 1||3|
|DMWP 110||Ethics and Professionalism in Disability Management 1||3|
|DMWP 112||Health, Social and Legislative Foundations 1||3|
|DMWP 114||Conflict and Crisis Management in Return To Work 1||3|
|DMWP 116||Return to Work Management 1||3|
|DMWP 118||Field Placement 1||3|
|INTD 105||Interpersonal Skills Development 1||3|
The minimum passing grade for this course is a C-.
The minimum passing grade for a course at MacEwan University is a D unless otherwise noted next to the appropriate course in the program of study.