ERGOCURE® SMART aims at building the next generation of ergonomic consultants and specialists supporting our corporate & business needs. Ergonomists ensure that the designs of systems, equipment and facilities provide the best levels of efficiency, comfort and health and safety for anyone using them.Ergonomists are also known as human factors specialists.

Ergonomics helps product designers to elevate user experience of their design by integrating ergonomics requirements early in product design phase. It also helps planners to eliminate many human factors risks associated with a workplace when still in the virtual world.

Course Modules include the following:
a. Why Ergonomics

b. Art of Ergonomics

c. Ergonomic Factors affecting work

d. Application of Ergonomics

e. Laws of Ergonomics

f. Implementation Strategies for Ergonomics specialists: Tools and techniques


What do Ergonomists do?
Typical responsibilities of ergonomists include:

What are the qualifications required?
To become an ergonomist it is necessary to obtain a good degree a relevant subject such as design, biology, psychology, physiotherapy, sports science, medicine, physiology, occupational therapy, physics, operational research or mathematics.
A postgraduate qualification may be necessary for some roles. Relevant experience is beneficial and can be gained via direct approaches to employers, voluntary work, job shadowing, placements, vacation courses and networking.

What are the key skills required to become an ergonomist?
tudents need to possess good numerical, analytical, problem-solving, interpersonal, communication and negotiation skills. The ability to grasp technical concepts, a systematic approach to work and an interest in human behaviour can be helpful.

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