Office Ergonomics Accreditation Program (OEAP)
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|Learn the skills necessary to evaluate an office workstation and make prioritized recommendations for corrective action. Become an Accredited Office Ergonomics Evaluator (AOEE) with credentials issued by North Carolina State University. We have been offering this acclaimed program since 2003.
Day 1: Introduction to Office Ergonomics
Day 2: Conducting an ergonomic evaluation
Individuals who complete all requirements of the Accredited Office Ergonomics Evaluator (AOEE) receive credentials which signify that the individual has demonstrated the ability to perform the following:
The credentials provided by OEAP do NOT denote a qualification to diagnose an illness or injury, prescribe any level of treatment, or evaluate environments other than the office.
Training (16 hours)
Classroom training will be held virtually from 8AM to 5PM.
Examination (2 hours) – Examinations will assess an individual’s understanding of the concepts learned during classroom and practical training. An individual must answer 75% of the exam questions correctly (according to established protocols) in order to pass. Examinations will be given online, and must be taken within one week of the AOEE training. In the event that an individual does not earn a score of 75% or greater, the individual will have the opportunity to take one retest. In the event the individual does not pass the second exam with a score of 75% or greater, all sections of the classroom and practical training must be repeated in order to pursue accreditation. Published training fees will apply.
Homework (6 hours) – Homework assignments will be sent to individuals via email. These assignments pertain to methodology learned in class. The homework must be submitted within a time frame provided in each homework package (approximately 30 days). Upon submission of completed homework, the homework will be evaluated and graded. If less than 80% of the homework is answered correctly (according to established protocols), an individual may resubmit the homework once, within 14 days of notification.
Total AOEE hours = 24 hours
Who Should Attend?
Training Fee: $950 or $785 with a Professional Membership included