From this answer for the question Is the energy conserved in a moving frame of reference?, I learnt that the work-energy theorem is independent of the frame of reference. But, is the theorem valid even for non inertial frames? I know that in non inertial frames we need to include inertial (pseudo or fictional) forces. Is the work done by all forces including the inertial forces equal to the change in kinetic energy?
Please note: According to this question and answer - Work associated with pseudo force, the work done by pseudo forces must be included in order to determine the total work done by all the forces. But the answer doesn't discuss about the validity of the theorem itself.