Create a Healthy Workplace Programme Online Training Courses
You can sign up any time and complete at your own pace from anywhere in the world.
The Global Centre for Healthy Workplaces (GCHW) offers a set of training courses for worksite health professionals, human resource managers, vendors and students on multiple topics related to successful implementation and evaluation of worksite health programs. The asynchronous (completed at your own pace) training modules are exclusively delivered online and provide you with a Certificate of Competency – GCHW upon successful completion of 5 and/or 11 modules respectively.
The following training modules are currently available:
1. Introduction to Health & Productivity Management
2. Productivity Metrics
3. Program Implementation
4. Behavior Change
5. Organizational Change
6. Healthy Workplaces & Total Worker Health®
7. Statistics & Evaluation
8. Mental / Behavioral Health
9. Disability Management
10. The Physical Work Environment & Occupational Medicine
Each module contains learning objectives, exercises and competency questions. Learn more about each module: Download Learning Objectives by Module document
Certificate of Competency:
Level 1 after successful completion of 5 modules
Level 2 after successful completion of 11 modules
US$ 95 per module
US$ 500 for 6 modules
US$ 995 for all 11 modules
Payment can be made via bank transfer or Paypal (preferred option). All prices are in US Dollars and include VAT.
How to do the courses?
Please pay by Paypal and email GCHW to indicate which courses you are buying. If paying by bank transfer, we will send you an invoice. Once payment has been made you will be sent a link to the course videos online, as well as the password to access them. email@example.com
Payments are handled by i-genius Ltd (co-owner of GCHW).
This training course, its modules and other related content is for the exclusive use of the purchaser and should not be shared to a wider audience. Under no circumstances should the contents of this course be circulated to third parties. This can only be done so (for instance for the purposes of research) with the express permission in writing of GCHW.