Surviving Shift Work

Take the “shift” out of Shift Work
Our 24/7 society makes shift work a necessity, exposing shift workers to well known health and performance hazards. Recent advances in circadian rhythms and sleep science have identified best practices to reduce these risks. Shift work requires us to turn our nights into days and days into nights. This perpetual state of change disrupts circadian rhythms and sleep, which drives health and performance hazards.

Course Benefits
This course provides everything you need to know about circadian rhythms, sleep, and fatigue risk management. Upon completion, you will know how to:
• Take the circadian “shift” out of shift work
• “Stay Day” even when you work at night
• Get the sleep you need to improve your health

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Important Information

Please Read Before Purchasing

  • Time to Complete

    It should only take 8 hours to complete this course, but you have up to

    28 days if needed.

    After 28 days it will no longer be available unless you re-purchase it.

  • Class Workbook

    This course consists of 10 lessons, each one includes a video and downloadable class workbook.

    We recommend downloading it for notes and future reference.

  • Learn at Your Pace

    Our course player allows you to pause and rewind as needed – so you can learn at your own pace!

    Your progress saves automatically as you complete each lesson.


Dr. Glenn J Landry, PhD

Course Designer

Dr. Glenn Landry has studied circadian rhythms and sleep for over 20 years. He completed his graduate research at Simon Fraser University, examining circadian mechanisms of entrainment. He then completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of British Columbia, where his research efforts focused on sleep, aging and cognition. He studied age-related changes in sleep duration, efficiency and architecture, exploring how these changes contribute to accelerated cognitive decline in older adults.

As an academic, Glenn’s goal was to develop chronotherapeutic interventions to delay cognitive decline, improve quality of life, and extend capacity for independent living. Now in private practice, Glenn is a sleep coach for older adults, shift workers, and families. His passion is translating sleep science into practical interventions for his clients.