Health, Education and Community Services


Top 3 skills you will achieve:

  • Proficiency in safe techniques for handling people, and equipment
  • Increased awareness of risk identification, assessment and control
  • Knowledge of the principals of the manutention approach to manual handling

Manual Handling

This workshop will provide participants the fundamental knowledge and positions using manutention principles to keep themselves and the people they support safe whilst manual handling.



Course Overview

Course Code:DIS004 
Careers:Support Worker  
How:Short course, Fee for service, Work based 
Where:LEEDERVILLE CAMPUS
RICHMOND STREET
LEEDERVILLE
6007

 
International study available:No 
Online study available: 
Uni pathway available:No 
Day and Time:one day 
Commences:Please contact us for dates for the next workshop.

 
Fee:

 
Further information:Email ebtccs@central.wa.edu.au or phone 9202 0410 to enquire about this course. 

About the course

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Manual Handling training and education is an effective way to reduce the risk of workplace injuries.

This workshop will provide participants the fundamental knowledge and positions using manutention principles to keep themselves and the people they support safe whilst manual handling. Manutention aims to instil self-protective behaviours in participants.
This course will be run at the Centre for Cerebral Palsy, 106 Bradford St, Coolbinia, WA 6050.  Morning and afternoon tea is included.

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