7th November 2020
12 weekends once a month
10 monthly instalments of £260.00 each, by Banker's Order
lump sum of £2,500.00
£3,100.00 (or £3,000.00 with lump sum discount)
ABOVE AND BEYOND
BE AT THE TOP OF YOUR PROFESSION
DIPLOMA IN ORTHOPAEDIC MASSAGE AND MANIPULATION
The Diploma in Orthopaedic Massage and Manipulation builds on the knowledge and skills acquired within the Advanced Remedial Massage Course, introducing the student to the art of manipulation, in addition to advancing their practice in non-
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Entry for the Diploma in Orthopaedic Massage and Manipulation is the Diploma in Advanced Remedial Massage. Anyone who has completed this Diploma with a different school will be required to complete a revision weekend on the spine prior to the commencement of the course, plus a minimum of 2 shadow sessions, with case studies at West Linton. There will be no cost attached to the shadowing but the weekend will be an additional cost of £210.00. Students unsure of eligibility should contact the School for further guidance.
The course will run over twelve weekends, over the period of a year. Total contact hours will be 180 hours with approximately 330 hours of home study.
The course will be run at Carlops Village Hall, Carlops on the A702 (15 minutes south of Edinburgh City Bypass) and at West Linton, (20 minutes south of the Edinburgh City Bypass).
For those requiring accommodation there are 2 options: Peggyslea and Patieshill Bed and Breakfasts. Patieshill is within easy walking distance of the Hall and is the cheaper of the two, whilst Peggyslea is a bit more spacious, but more expensive and about a mile away.
Method of Study
The course will be run over twelve weekends which will be run approximately once a month and will cover both the practical and theoretical elements of the course. This learning will be supplemented by approximately 30 hours of home study each month which will include assignments, practice of techniques, and a dissertation. Students must complete a minimum of 12 hours of clinical experience during the course. Students will be encouraged to form small study groups to allow practice of practical techniques between monthly sessions.
Award of the Diploma will based on:
Continuous assessment throughout the course, based on weekend theory tests and practical assessments, together with home study assignments and a dissertation and clinical experience sessions.
Final assessments, which will include written and practical examinations.
On successful completion of the course, students will be awarded a Diploma in Orthopaedic Massage and Manipulation.
Courses are accredited by both the Scottish Massage Therapists Organisation and the National Association of Massage and Manipulative Therapists.
Continuous Professional Development (CPD)
On completion of the course opportunities will be provided for graduates to gain their statutory 20 hours CPD required to meet GCMT and CHNC guidelines.
Please contact us with any queries either by telephone, 01968 661282 or email firstname.lastname@example.org