This comprehensive, peer-reviewed, self-study course is designed for workplace wellness, human resources, benefits, and interdisciplinary professionals who are responsible for the management and maintenance of workplace wellness laws, procedures, and practices. Gain a deeper understanding of the laws that impact workplace wellness program design and implementation.
Knowing what wellness programs can and cannot do under the law is vital to a strong, compliant program. This course gives a basic overview of law and the United States' legal system and dives into a wide array of legal topics that can influence the impact of a workplace wellness program.
Questions this course addresses include:
The book, Rule the Rules of Workplace Wellness Programs (2nd Edition), by Barbara J. Zabawa, JD, MPH, and JoAnn M. Eickhoff-Shemek, PhD, serves as the core textbook for the course and is included with the registration (shipment to U.S. addresses only). The textbook is supplemented by required online lesson (interactive study guides) for each of the book's 11 chapters.
Participants must pass a final open-book online exam and complete the course evaluation to earn a professional certificate and 16 continuing education credits.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
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Register for this course through the National Wellness Institute. Online course access begins on the 15th of every other month. You must register at least two weeks BEFORE the course start date (by the first of the month in which the course begins) to ensure you receive your copy of the textbook before your access to the study guides in the NWI Online Learning Portal begins.
You will have 12 weeks from your course start date to complete all chapter study guides and the online exam at your own pace. The book includes 11 chapters; completing at least one chapter and the associated study guide per week is recommended.
Registration Rate: $485
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The courses, resources, and information provided on this website are designed for educational purposes only and should never be considered or construed to be the provision of legal advice. For individual legal advice, it is necessary to obtain legal counsel in the jurisdiction where such appropriate advice can be provided.