The Beginner System: Case Studies (6 October 2018)

The Beginner System: Case Studies (6 October 2018)

120.00

Our case studies workshops are designed to help teachers gain confidence using the classical system for a variety of clients.  Led by instructor, Dawne Likhodedova, this workshop is required for our comprehensive and apprentice learners, but is also open to comprehensively trained teachers from outside our programme who may want to up-skill or brush up on classical techniques.

In our beginner system case study workshop we will look at how to use the beginner system to improve the well-being of a variety of clients.  Specifically, we will address:

  • teaching the "newcomer" client,

  • improving alignment and postural habits of our clients,

  • working with clients who have undiagnosed low-back pain,

  • when to refer out, and

  • additional cases of real clients from our studio!

Pre-requisites:  This workshop is required for our apprentice teachers and open to comprehensively trained teachers from other programmes who have completed our Beginner System Seminar.

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  • You will receive a full refund minus administrative fee (£45) if written notice of cancellation is received 30 days or more before course/workshop start date.

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Tutors agree to:

  • work within our agreed timetable and start/finish times

  • inform you of the purpose and process for each session

  • use training resources that maximise your learning

  • provide positive opportunities to contribute to your learning, via questions, comments and feedback

  • inform you of the health, safety and operational rules in relation to the premises and equipment

  • offer individual support and guidance in relation to any assessment criteria

  • adhere to our Equal Opportunities Policy 

Learners agree to:

  • attend all sessions as timetabled

  • attend all sessions on time

  • bring all necessary paperwork, activities and prepared home study tasks

  • wear suitable clothing for the timetabled activity

  • actively participate with colleagues as instructed by the tutor

  • take responsibility for their own learning by communicating their progress with the tutor

  • ask for help and guidance as and when required

  • behave responsibly towards others, selves and the venue in respect of Health, Safety and Operations rules

  • adhere to the Equal Opportunities Policy

  • adhere to their professional body’s Code of Ethics (REPS, PMA, etc.), if applicable