Foundations of Workers' Compensation Program
What is it?
The Foundations Program offers a comprehensive look at workers' compensation administrative and regulatory topics at a theoretical and practical level, examining how differences play out across systems. The entire program runs from June through September and content is shared virtually through self-paced learning modules, live webinars, and discussions. There are several assignments and activities, and the program concludes with a final test.
Who is it for?
Participants may include jurisdictional members with management responsibility within workers' compensation commissions or boards, departments of labor or workforce development, divisions of workers' compensation, or departments of insurance. Many participants in the Foundations Program are new to workers' compensation.
Gain information and practical knowledge in a variety of topics, including administrative and regulatory structures, insurance, the claims process, dispute resolution, and medical management. Benefit from the guidance of two facilitators who are experts in the workers’ compensation industry. Examine and discuss similarities and differences amongst jurisdictions while building a professional network. Apply concepts through meaningful activities and showcase your skills through the Foundations of Workers’ Compensation digital credential.
How do I attend?
Check out the agenda to confirm if the dates will work for you. (Although sessions are recorded*, we encourage live participation for the best experience!) Then, register and receive a confirmation email that will include a link to join the live, virtual Orientation session. The IAIABC Education Services Manager will stay in contact with you with instructions throughout the program.
*Session recordings and resources will be available for participants for one (1) year following the conclusion of the program in order to ensure educate@iaiabc is maintained with up-to-date information.
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