Educating Today's and Tomorrow's Workers' Compensation Leaders

08/09/2017

 

The IAIABC has concluded the third year of its Foundations of Workers’ Compensation Administration Program. The IAIABC Foundations Program provides participants from jurisdictional agencies with a comprehensive education in workers’ compensation policy and administration.

Through webinars, self-paced modules, and a face-to-face course, the Foundations Program participants examined workers’ compensation administrative and regulatory topics at both a theoretical and practical level, exploring how differences play out across jurisdictions. Courses studied a wide range of topics from medical management to data reporting. Participants also reflected on and discussed experiences and practices within their own jurisdiction through writing exercises and discussion sessions.

The IAIABC would like to congratulate the participants who completed the full Foundations Program and will be earning certificates in 2017:

Jim Becker, Colorado Division of Workers’ Compensation
Erin Bishop, Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission
Stephen Boggie, Idaho Industrial Commission
Verlia Dexter-Dutton, Colorado Division of Workers’ Compensation
Suzy Douglas, Tennessee Bureau of Workers’ Compensation
Miriam Evangelista, Colorado Division of Workers’ Compensation
Roy Foster, Colorado Division of Workers’ Compensation
Jeff Francis, Tennessee Bureau of Workers’ Compensation
Greg Herzog, Idaho Industrial Commission
Courtney Holmes, Colorado Division of Workers’ Compensation
Beth Kilian, Idaho Industrial Commission
Katy Lenahan, Kansas Division of Workers’ Compensation
Adrianne McLean, Montana Department of Labor and Industry Employment Relations Division
Ryan Nelson, Utah Labor Commission, Division of Industrial Accidents
Priscilla Padilla, Colorado Division of Workers’ Compensation
Stephanie Parker, Delaware Office of Workers’ Compensation
Frank Salvi, Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development, Worker's Compensation Division
Sandee Sprang, South Carolina Workers Compensation Commission
Brad Thurman, Utah Labor Commission Division of Industrial Accidents
Cindy Zimmerman, Montana Department of Labor and Industry Employment Relations Division

The 2018 Foundations Program will continue to promote understanding of workers’ compensation systems around the world, successfully transfer institutional knowledge to new leaders, and promote strong leadership skills. It will run from March through June of 2018.

About the IAIABC
The International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions is a not-for-profit association representing government agencies charged with the administration of workers’ compensation systems as well as other workers’ compensation professionals in the private sector. Its mission is to find solutions to reduce harm and aid recovery from occupational injuries and illnesses. Learn more about the IAIABC at www.iaiabc.org

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Contact: Heather Lore
Senior Manager, Membership and Communications, IAIABC
+1 (608) 841-2017
hlore@iaiabc.org