CEUL089423 - Developing & Implementing Pre-Shift Warm Up Programs

Offered By
WorkWell Prevention And Care

306 W. Michigan St., Suite 301
Duluth, MN  55802  USA

Course Description:

Design of pre-shift warm up programs involves identification and selection of brief targeted exercises to help prepare workers for job tasks using mobility, flexibility, motor coordination, and dynamic movements. This 1.25 hour program covers design and implementation of warm up programs including selection of optimal job/department related exercises based on workplace goals and resource parameters, as well as how to roll out and monitor programs in a safe and effective manner.

Learning Objectives:
At the end of the training, participants will be able to-
1.   Determine 3 potential stressors/job demands (based on job analysis and injury data) that are relevant for a warm up
2.   Develop a warm up program with a minimum of 3 items, based on job information, injury data and employer goals
3.   Identify 2 key training principles relevant to implementing warm up programs.

Outline and Agenda:

Time   Agenda Item
75 min   Employer goals and needs
•   Injury data
•   Perceived needs
•   Scope of need
•   Resources – Duration/boundaries
•   Job Analysis (“sport specific”)
•   Determination of high demand areas – force, repetition, position, frequency
•   Program materials visuals
•   Process considerations
•   Adult learner needs and performance
•   Program generalizability and training effects
•   Train the trainer

Equipment: No required equipment for training. Information can generally be applied with existing clinical equipment


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