CPD in Kinesiology Taping for Sport and Injury
Our Kinesiology Taping Continuous Professional Development (CPD) course is suitable for those who would like to use Kinesiology Taping professionally within, Sports and Remedial Massage Therapy / Sports Therapy / Rehabilitation / Physiotherapy and Injury Treatment.
The Jury's Inn Hotel,
*Easy access from M4 junction 15 and 16 and 5 minutes walk from mainline train station and bus station.
**Free parking available.
Kneads Training Academy,
Course Price: £150
10% Discount for STA & FHT members
(reducing this price to £135)
Upcoming Course Dates:
Friday 21st June 2019 - Swindon
from 09:30am - 17:00
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Entry requirements and Background
Course applicants must be a minimum of 18 years old and must hold
a minimum of a Level 3 qualification in Sports Massage Therapy. Applicants should have also been practising Sports
Massage Therapy for a period of time prior to enrolling on this
Practical application will expands on a review of theory relating to the use of Kinesiology Taping. A variety of conditions and injuries will be reviewed and practised with tutor input.
Overview of Course
This course is designed in relation to industry standards and is accredited by the Federation of Holistic Therapists and provides 8 Continual Professional Development hours (CPD).
This training course will provide a mixture of practical application,
theory work, group work and supervision of treatment.
Taught by Georgina King BSc (Sports Therapy) and Dawn Morse BSc, PGCE, MSc.
Georgina is a Graduate Sports Therapist from Worcester University and works with Start Medical in Royal Wootton Bassett. Georgina has worked many sports teams and events from local Rugby to World Frisbee and National Taekwondo.
Dawn is the proprietor of Core Elements and has Masters Degree in Sports and Health Sciences, a BSc degree in Sports Science and is a qualified lecturer.
Dawn has worked and lectured within the field of Sports Science and Therapy 11 years and was the programme leader for the University of Bath Sports Therapy Foundation Degree for 8 years and is now an Associate Lecturer for the Open University.