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Injury Prevention 101 eLearning

Developed for WA’s injury prevention sector (i.e. local government workers, health promotion officers, community engagement officers and recent graduates), this Module will guide you through the Public Health Approach to Injury Prevention and support you to plan, implement and evaluate activities to prevent or reduce harm from injury in your community.

Taking approximately 45 minutes to complete, this interactive, self-paced course will provide you with an overview of;

  1. The incidence of injury in WA, and
  2. The five stages of the Public Health Approach to Injury Prevention.

How do I get started?

Sign in or create an account

If you have not yet completed an Injury Matters eLearning course, create a new account at the Injury Matters Learning Centre.

If you have an account, click here to login.

Enrol in the Injury Prevention 101 course

Enrol course by selecting ‘Home’ – ‘Health Professionals eLearning: Injury Prevention 101’ – ‘Enroll me’.

Learn at your own pace

Complete the course by selecting ‘Injury Prevention 101 eLearning Module’ and following the prompts.

Download your certificate

Upon completion of the course content you will be invited to complete a multiple-choice quiz to assess how much you have learnt about the Public Health Approach to Injury Prevention.

If you obtain a score of at least 70% a certificate of completion will be available for you to download.

If you experience any difficulties or have any feedback regarding the eLearning, please contact Injury Matters.

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