E-Learning Module: Fall Prevention
Important Information Before Getting Started
The E-learning module starts with a brief introduction followed by four sections. Each section is designed to be completed separately. Once you start a section you will need to complete it, as there is no option to save your progress. Each section will take approximately 30 minutes so please give yourself adequate time to complete. The entire E-learning module should take you no longer than 120 minutes.
What Internet browser should I use?
Firefox, Chrome or Internet Explorer (IE) 10, work best.
Will this work on my mobile device?
Yes, the E-learning module will work on iOS (iPhone/iPad) and Android (Samsung) devices. It may look a bit different, but the information will be the same.
I have trouble with my eyesight and/or hearing. Can I take this training?
Yes. The E-learning module is compliant with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). There is an audio voice and a written script under the “notes” tab on the right side of the screen. Make sure your audio settings are turned up to hear the audio voice.
Am I able to move back and forth between slides?
Yes. Once a slide is completed, you can skip backward, but you will not be able to skip forward. To go to a different slide, click on the slide you would like to move to on the side bar under “outline” or “thumbs”.
How can I track my progress?
After completing each section, you will be prompted to enter your name into a printable certificate. If you do not have access to a printer, select the “Print Screen” button on your computer and then paste and save the certificate into a Microsoft Word document. If you are on a mobile device, you can take a screen shot.
Where can I get technical assistance?
If you need technical assistance, please contact Toronto Public Health at 416-338-7600, Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The certificate gets cuts off when I print it. What can I do?
Change the print layout setting to “Landscape.”
Will Toronto Public Health keep a copy of the certificates?
No. Toronto Public Health does not keep a copy of the certificates.