VDU DSE Ergonomics Assessor Course - Ireland | Cork | Dublin

VDU/DSE Courses – Online and Classroom

VDU assessment

Classroom & Online Display Screen Equipment Courses

CMSE Training is a leading provider of the Display Screen Equipment (DSE) courses in Ireland.  We provide both a very popular Online training course on DSE Awareness and a Classroom training course for VDU AND DSE assessors.

Our online course is a DSE Awareness course designed specifically for VDU/DSE users.  It is ideal for home workers who are newly working from home.  Click here to see our dedicated Online DSE Awareness Course page..

Our classroom course is a Display Screen Equipment (DSE)/Visual Display Unit (VDU) assessor course and will qualify you as a DSE Assessor.  These courses are available in Dublin and Cork and other locations by arrangement.  Our VDU/DSE instructors are fully qualified and very experienced in teaching, Ergonomics, VDU/DSE assessments and office ergonomics.

Book Now €320!

Dublin Office: +353 1 517 5270
Cork Office: +353 21 497 8100


Scheduled Venues, Dates & Prices

Scheduled Course Venues and Dates:
Venue Date Price
Cork 2020 Training Dates

November 11th

€320 per person – Book Now 
Dublin 2020 Training Dates

October 16th

€320 per person – Book Now
Duration: 1 Day
Participants: Up to 6 participants
Assessment: Participants are required to carry out a practical VDU/DSE assessment and a short written examination.
Accreditation: CMSE Training Certification

Course Objectives

Course Objectives

The VDU DSE Ergonomics assessor course covers the relevant Irish legislation, VDU regulations relating to DSE equipment, the basic principles of ergonomics,  ergonomic risk factors, etc.  During the VDU DSE assessor course attendees will carry out a VDU/DSE assessment of a workstation and identify suitable control measures.

Target Audience

Employees who wish to be competent DSE Assessors for their workplace.

Course Contents

  • Overview of legislation related to display screen equipment
  • Principles of ergonomics and ergonomic risk factors
  • Work related upper limb disorders
  • Hazard identification process
  • DSE/VDU risk assessment
  • Risk reduction methods
  • Review of helpful flexibility exercises
  • Overview of ergonomic accessories

Technical Employment Support Grant (TESG) Funding may be available for Training Courses where applicable.

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