Ergoweb's Innovative Computer Based ergonomics Training Course (CBeT) is an easy and low-cost way to take care of your ergonomics professional development needs. This course is designed specifically for those who seek to improve their ergonomics knowledge so that they may become leaders in their companies or career.
Online, accessible 24/7/365, for an entire year
Proven, up-to-date Distance Learning solution
Easy and low-cost way to take care of your ergonomics training needs
Serving satisfied customers since 1995
Easy to access and use from any computer, any time, anywhere -- no software installation required
Who Should Take This Course?
Ergonomic Team Members
Health Care/Injury Prevention Specialists (OT, PT, MD, DC)
Anyone interested in becoming familiar with occupational ergonomics
Benefits of CBeT
Certificate of Completion for 24 hours is granted upon successful completion of module quizzes
Course content covers topics listed below. Each section is a separate module. Modules can be mixed and matched to highlight certain topics or reach different levels of knowledge.
Introduction to Ergonomics
Basic Relevant Anatomy and Common Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs)
Human Physical Capabilities and Limitations
Risk Factors for the Development of MSDs
Ergonomic Standards and Guidelines
Methods for Performing Workplace Assessments
Design of Controls and Displays
Engineering Controls, Case Studies and Product Solutions
As with all Ergoweb materials, this course is based on accepted and credible published ergonomics literature. Professionally illustrated and prepared, this is a must see innovation in ergonomics training.
There is no software to install. CBeT is easy to access and use from any computer, any time, anywhere, with the following simple requirements:
Web Browser (e.g., Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc.)
Thank you for your course. I believe that, in Australia, if I wanted a course that covered the same material as you have delivered in you computer based ergonomic training course then I would need to undertake a postgraduate course such as a Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma or Master at a minimal cost of $3,000. In the competitive employment market there is little chance that could recover the costs of such a large educational payment. By taking your course, I have covered material that is at an appropriate level for me to use in health and safety.
Because I was doing the course outside of the United States, perhaps there could be some more information about ergonomics, updated to reference circa 2010, and these could include international experts and also discuss any current reviews or developments standardisation. However, I believe that the current Ergoweb course is suitable for non-US countries as ergonomic, health and safety issues in the US are not any different to the issues in countries like Australia and obviously, the relevance of laws is not a problem as the intent of legislations are the same.
The level of detail in the training information will serve any participant well. The format was easy to understand; the tests were relevant and I like the fact I have a year to go back and review the data. This will help me study for the CEA exam next year.
I thought overall that the information was very relevant; very detailed and helpful. Some of the information was outdated; for instance your training references OSHA 200 logs; which have been replaced by OSHA 300 logs for at least 5 years now.
[Ergobuyer Note: Ouch! Pamela is correct, we didn't change "200" to "300" when OSHA did. Fortunately, the training information pertaining to the OSHA 300 Logs was and is correct -- but we forgot to change "2" to "3" when we edited. Rest assured, it has now been updated. Thanks Pamela!]