Ophea’s Concussion Identification, Management and Prevention for Schools 2018/2019 e-Learning module
Developed to increase awareness and understanding of concussion, and the method and strategies to be used for identification and appropriate management. The module, updated to align with the Ontario Physical Education Safety Guidelines 2018 Concussion Protocol, also includes strategies and resources to assist in the education of concussion prevention. This e-learning module is intended for all school staff including educators, administrators and support staff.
Ophea offers fee-for-service workshops year round. Workshops are $815 + incidentals per workshop or a discounted price of $1120 + incidentals for two of the same workshop (must be at the same location on the same day by the same trainer). Ophea’s workshops are developed by educators and subject matter experts and delivered in-person by qualified Ophea Trainers. These interactive professional learning workshops are 2.5 hours in length and feature a variety of facilitated instructional methods to meet the needs of diverse learners. At the conclusion of each workshop learners are equipped with the knowledge and skills that will support them in their work.
The Ontario Physical Education Safety Guidelines Workshop
This workshop provides participants with a solid overview of the Safety Guidelines for curricular programs, intramural activities, and interschool athletics. Focus topics can be customized to include a focus on participants’ specific needs (e.g. concussions and concussion protocols; practical strategies to minimize risks associated with physical activity in the school; effective use of the Safety Guidelines; legal responsibility of the school administrator/teacher; etc.)
The Ontario Physical Education Safety Guidelines: Concussion Protocols (Revised 2018)
The Ontario Physical Education Safety Guidelines: Concussion Protocol (Revised 2018) workshop provides an overview of the Safety Guidelines Concussion Protocol including concussion prevention, identification and management (including the return to school and return to physical activity protocol). Participants will also be provided with an overview of the Safety Guidelines sample implementation tools and knowledge of how to use them.