Ergonomics | Occupational Health & Safety
The Ergonomics program at the University of Fredericton prepares learners to initiate, implement, and document projects through scientifically-based guidelines. The program is designed to enable safety personnel and health professionals to deal with ergonomic issues that often arise in the workplace, often due to poor workstation design.
This comprehensive ergonomics certificate introduces an integrated approach to Musculoskeletal Disorder (MSD) prevention by applying major North American ergonomic guidelines to the curriculum.
The courses in this program all have weekly virtual classes that students must attend (attendance is mandatory) with the professor and other students. They are provided in 8-week terms with specified assignment and quiz dates.
The School of Occupational Health and Safety programs at the University of Fredericton consist of high quality courses in specialized managerial, professional, technical, and service areas. Includes either the certificate in Ergonomics or the applied certificate.
Each course is $970.00. Funding may be available. Please contact us for more information and to determine if you qualify for funding for this program.
Courses for Certificate in Ergonomics
Courses for Applied Certificate in Ergonomics