This course will equip students will the knowledge and skills required for employment opportunities as an Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) within the workplace assessment and rehabilitation sector. Students are provided with the opportunity to develop competency and understanding of Workers compensation systems and state insurance regulatory authority (SIRA) legislative requirements; the epidemiology of occupational injury; occupational health and safety; functional capacity assessment; workplace injury prevention and rehabilitation; and exercise interventions in workplace rehabilitation. This course offers a mixture of traditional and interactive (case study) approaches to learning and includes a series of simulated case study tutorials that emphasise the application of theoretical knowledge to clinical situations. By completing this unit, students will develop the knowledge and practical skills to assist workers with the transition to work as an Accredited Exercise Physiologist in the area of workplace assessment and injury rehabilitation.
This course is restricted to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Exercise Physiology 3871.
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