What will your learn:
Running a clinic practice
Records to keep
Conducting a consultation
Communication styles and skills
Questions to ask
Treatment advice to offer/not offer
How and when to obtain consent for treatment
During their treatment
Self-care following the treatment
Establishing a correct protocol to prevent the spread of infection and ensuring the care of yourself and clients
The importance of self-care
How to set appropriate boundaries
Establishing the standards of behaviour expected of the therapist
Scope of Practice
Establishing the procedures, actions, and processes that a therapist is permitted to undertake or promise
Continued Professional Development
The importance of continued education and training both for the therapist and the client
How to choose appropriate professional training
Membership of Professional Body
What it offers the therapist and the profession
How to set up and promote our practice
What insurance is required
Types of Business – Clinic, Home clinic, Mobile
Case Studies and homework:
Students have case studies following this module
All students must complete 12 case studies, completed as 3 clients treated 4 times.
Students will also have 5 questions to complete and submit with their case studies. These questions are to ensure the student clearly understands the subjects taught on this workshop.
Follow up meeting with your teacher:
Once case studies have been corrected by the tutor there will be a 2 hour meeting with the tutor to discuss the case study results and outcomes.
This may be carried out remotely by Zoom or in person.
A Practitioners certificate will be issued to students when they have completed:
- Case studies and homework
- Certificate in Anatomy and Physiology (2 day course)
- Basic First Aid Certificate
This certificate will allow the student to gain professional indemnity insurance, practice on the general public and charge for their services.
This course is approved for Continual Professional Development (CPD points) with the following organisations: