JobFit System Training —

Learn how to conduct a JobFit System PEFA or Task Analysis.

Upcoming courses

JobFit System PEFA

When:

To be advised

Where:

TBC, Queensland

JobFit System Task Analysis

When:

To be advised

Where:

TBC, Queensland

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Who should attend?

  • Licensed end-users of the JobFit System with a medical, allied health or OHS background
  • JobFit System Services Partners
  • Practitioners involvecd in the development and performance of pre-employment functional assessments

What will we provide?

  • Experienced, high quality trainers
  • Small group sessions to maximise group interaction
  • Access to JobFit Systems’ software and other equipment to consolidate learning
  • Comprehensive resource manual
  • Morning & afternoon tea and lunch

What will you learn?

JobFit System PEFA

  • What are the different types of assessments and how do you choose
  • How to develop a job-specific functional assessment
  • What are the roles and responsibilities of the key stakeholders
  • What is the evidence base for functional assessments
  • What are the legal considerations
  • How to do a JobFit System PEFA
  • How to generate and interpret reports

Task Analysis

  • Why and when do you do a task functional analysis
  • How to do a task analysis using the JobFit System method
  • How to flag musculoskeletal injury risks
  • How to enter and manage data using the JobFit System software
  • How to generate and interpret reports

At Physio Plus Group we have been working with JobFit Systems International and completing their PEFA  training for many years. We appreciate their experienced trainers, strong evidence based approach and the fact that their training includes competency assessment. The skills their training provides has proven highly transferable, and has enhanced our capability in Occupational Health.

Tom McMillan, FACP
Director, PhysioPlus Group

Our Trainers

Dr Jenny Legge

PhD, BPhty, MErg
Jenny has been providing consultancy and physiotherapy injury management services in Australia and the USA for more than 25 years and is the Founder and Managing Director of JobFit Systems. She is a Physiotherapist with a special interest in Industrial Ergonomics and Injury Prevention. She has been published in international peer-reviewed journals and contributed to an Ergonomics textbook. She has presented at numerous Physiotherapy, Ergonomics, Rehabilitation and Safety Conferences around the world. Jenny is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and registered with AHPRA.

Janet Cawte

BOccThy
Janet has worked predominantly as a Private Practitioner in the Mining Industry; providing Occupational Therapy services to Mines in the Bowen Coal Basin since 1991 through her business, CQOT. Janet commenced as an Assessor with JobFit Systems in 2006 with the introduction of the JobFit Systems programme to BMA Coal Mines. Since this time, Janet has provided Job / Task Analysis to design and maintain the databases for all BMA Coal Mines and associated facilities and writes JobFit System reports. Janet is a member of Occupational Therapy Australia and registered with AHPRA.

Angelina Lee

MPhys
Angelina emigrated to Australia from the USA in the 1990s and has had her own consultancy business and practice PhysioForward since 2006 operating in WA and Tasmania. Its focus has been Occupational Health and Injury Management with experience in hospitality, mining, port and rail operations, aquaculture industries. She also has a certificate in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy and still has a passion for hands on therapy. In 2012 she won a TACPAC award for innovative practice. Angelina is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and registered with AHPRA.

Derek Thomas

BPhty, MErg
Derek is a Specialist Occupational Health Physiotherapist (as awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapists). Derek is the director of Active Injury Management with extensive experience consulting to industry including ergonomics, task analysis, manual handling, pre-employment assessments, workplace assessments and rehabilitation. He is a guest lecturer at The University of Queensland teaching ergonomics to undergraduate physiotherapy students. Derek is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and registered with AHPRA.