As an association, we have compiled a selection of courses to further grow our members’ knowledge and expertise. View the course overviews below and click the individual links to view the course profile. We have an amazing team of tutors, you can see more about them down below, too.
Most practical course I have ever attended. Learning form Tutors that treat patient every day makes a big difference.
The course exceeded my expectations. Loved how practical it was. Thought it would be more stressful, but the supervisors were so helpful and supportive and the amount of assignments was just right.
Such a good foundation for Clinical reasoning , analysis and thinking
Being taught a new way of thinking gives so much more than acquiring a technique
Loved the co-treatment sessions, could l see how my discipline fits into the NDT approach and how the knowledge and skills flow when your clinical partner is ‘speaking the same language”
I have gained practical ideas on where to start when treating a child with CP.
Exceeded my expectations. Learnt so much more than I expected.
Thoroughly enjoyed the course- very good mix between theory and practical.
Practical sessions were most helpful. Viewing the application and practicing what we learnt.
Being able to hear the theory and see it applied and then getting the opportunity to use our newly gained skills in therapy really helped to consolidate my knowledge.
Having experienced Tutors’ input during the clinical was very valuable. Tutors “showing” and not only “telling” you how to do things.
The SANDTA EDCOM tutor training programme aims to develop tutors through mentorship, training, support and experience in teaching while fostering continued professional development.
– A SANDTA member (HPCSA registered) that has completed the Foundation Course?
– A PT, OT and ST working with children with Cerebral palsy (a minimum of 300 clinical hrs per year)?
– A therapist with at least 5 years of work experience in your profession?
– Committed to ongoing professional development and furthering your knowledge?
– A therapist with teaching/mentoring experience? (This will be beneficial but not essential)
If you may be interested in finding out more about the tutor pathway and on how to become a tutor & meet the criteria above, please send a short letter of motivation to EDCOM at email@example.com
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