e-Learning - Fast, Easy and Effective!
It's a Winning Combination: CCOHS, IAPA and You!

Increasingly, workplaces are turning to health and safety e-learning as a complement to other learning methods, such as classroom instruction, and conferences and workshops.

All you need is a computer, access to the Internet - and you are ready to go! IAPA e-learning course offerings are designed to help you learn at your own pace and in your own environment at your own convenience.

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During checkout, you can choose to register as a single learner or select a multiple learner license.

Why Choose e-Learning?
E-learning provides a convenient, low-cost option for employees to get up to speed on a variety of health and safety topics. Using a computer with internet access, workers learn at their own pace at a time that suits the organization's schedule. As well as providing a significant cost savings by eliminating travel expenses, there's no need for employees to be away from work for extended periods of time. Plus with e-learning, you're able to train employees at multiple locations, using consistent content.

Why Choose Our e-Courses?
Unique
By partnering with the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety, our courses are developed by subject specialists and reviewed by representatives from labour, employers and government.

Links to resources
What's more, our courses contain links to a pan-Canadian legislation database and where the legislation may reference CSA standards, a convenient link to CSA is included.

Content for Provincial and National workplaces
For companies with locations throughout Canada, we offer both provincial and national based courses, with most courses available in English and French.

Blended Learning
Compliment your web-based training with our industry-specific health and safety products, publications, consulting services and classroom training.

Compliance
Plus, our courses will be compliant with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and are SCORM* compliant.

Single Learner License
Register as an individual, for online access to a specific course. This service is suited to a broad range of individual learners, including:
  • students
  • small businesses
  • professionals wishing to comply with professional development requirements

Learn at your own speed, anytime, anywhere you have access to an internet-enabled computer.

Multiple Learner License
With this license you are provided access to a learning management system where you can monitor learners using simple online tools and reports. Register more than five learners to receive volume discounts. This service is suitable to a broad range of learners, including:

  • business and industry
  • educational institutions
  • government departments and agencies

Learners learn at their own speed, anytime, anywhere they have access to an internet-enabled computer.

Save with multi-seat licenses!
The more seats you buy the more you save.

A multi-seat license allows you to select course(s) for multiple users for a period of one year. The cost is based on the total number of seats purchased. Multi-seat pricing is based on the single user seat price (see eCourse page) with the following multi-seat discounts applied:

Total Seats Discount
100 - 499 25%
500 - 999 50%
1000+ 80%

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Thanks to a partnership with CCOHS*, IAPA is pleased to unveil its newest line-up of e-Courses.

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*Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety

Free Sample Courses for Public Awareness

MusculoSkeletal Disorders (MSDs): Awareness - Free!
Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) are a potential risk for all sectors and occupations. They can cause discomfort, fatigue, pain, injury, and illness to workers. In fact, work-related musculoskeletal injuries are the most frequent type of lost-time injury and are the largest source of lost-time worker compensation costs in Canada.

This course is offered FREE of charge by CCOHS to promote awareness of this important issue.



Business Case for Health and Safety - Free!
Responsible business owners, managers, and supervisors want to know the benefits to be gained when considering any workplace initiative. This awareness-level course will introduce participants to many positive reasons for adopting a proactive approach to health and safety. This course is offered FREE of charge by CCOHS to promote awareness of this important issue.


MusculoSkeletal Disorders (MSDs): Awareness - Free!
Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) are a potential risk for all sectors and occupations. They can cause discomfort, fatigue, pain, injury, and illness to workers. In fact, work-related musculoskeletal injuries are the most frequent type of lost-time injury and are the largest source of lost-time worker compensation costs in Canada.


Occupational and Environmental Cancer: Recognition and Prevention - Free!
Many Canadians encounter carcinogens in their workplace or environment. Sometimes this exposure will cause cancer. Recognition of cancer from occupational or environmental causes is difficult because, in most cases, these cancers cannot be distinguished from other cancers.


Pandemic Awareness - Free!
Most of our lives are a combination of work, family and community involvement. A pandemic can affect all of these areas. Being informed and knowing what to do during a pandemic can help minimize the impact. This free course describes what a pandemic is, how an influenza virus spreads, and the impact a pandemic may have on workplaces, our communities and us.


Violence in the Workplace: Awareness - Free!
Workplace violence is a serious issue that affects all business sectors and occupations and the safety and security of every employee and employer. This course is offered FREE of charge by CCOHS to promote the awareness of this very important issue, and as a precursor to the other Workplace Violence e-courses: Recognize the Risk and Take Action, and Establish a Prevention Program.


WHMIS After GHS: An Introduction - Free!
With the expected implementation of the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) in Canada, WHMIS will change. Canadian employers and the suppliers of chemical products will need to prepare to comply with the revised WHMIS rules.


WHMIS After GHS: How Suppliers Can Prepare - Free!
With the expected implementation of the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) in Canada, WHMIS will change. As Canadian federal and provincial regulators work toward implementing GHS, chemical suppliers, manufacturers and importers must be prepared to comply with the revised WHMIS rules.

 

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