Mark Your Calendar: Hands-On FCE Certification Training Event on Sept 14, 2024!

In collaboration with Continuing Education at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC), Metriks is offering a Hands-On Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE) certification program.

Functional Capacity Evaluation Certificate Program

Course ID: 63830
CE Hours: 20
Format: Blended (Online and Classroom)
Instructor: Kevin Cairns, BSc, R.Kin

Online Component:

  • Launch: Tuesday, September 3, 2024
  • Due: Thursday, October 31, 2024
  • CE Hours: 13
  • Location: Asynchronous online via CEconnect

Classroom Component:

  • Date: Saturday, September 14, 2024
  • Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm 
  • CE Hours: 7
  • Location: CMCC Campus, Technique Room 2 & 3


This course offers a comprehensive exploration of Functional Capacity Evaluations, bringing together the essential components of Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE) into a unified curriculum using a blended in-person and asynchronous approach. The FCE is pivotal in evaluating an individual's physical capabilities in the context of specific job requirements. Throughout this course, students will gain in-depth knowledge and practical skills in the  FCE, enabling them to assess an individual's functional capacity and match it with the demands of various job roles. By understanding these two critical aspects, students will develop a holistic understanding of work assessments, enhancing their readiness for performing assessments for occupational health, insurers, vocational rehabilitation, and related fields.

Meals: Please bring your own lunch, a refillable water bottle, and snacks for consumption in designated areas during breaks. 
Parking: Paid parking is available on campus in the lower lot on Saturday & Sunday at $5.00 per day, with no exit privileges.
Contact: Please contact Continuing Education if you require accommodations or have any general inquiries at


Learn how to perform lift evaluations:

Learn how to determine if the subject could "do more than demonstrated"


Learn how to measure impairment


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