This is an intermediate level 1 day practical workshop, which includes the critiquing of manual handling techniques used in rehabilitation. The selection of techniques on each course may vary based on the mix of delegates.
Number of Delegates: 3-8
Have a working knowledge of the law, local arrangement on manual handling risk assessment and professional guidance and would have discussed relevant assessments
Have participated in a practical peer review of a relevant selection of manual handling techniques used in rehabilitation
Acquire knowledge and skills in the safe use of a selection of manual handling equipment and techniques relevant to rehabilitation handling
Aims & objectives of the workshop
Quiz-The cost of work related back pain amongst therapists
Legislation / Policies
Charter Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) / College of Occupational Therapists (COT) guidelines
Current trends in biomechanics
Risk assessment-rehabilitation vs risk : balancing treatment outcomes against risk
Defining the scope of therapeutic handling (practical scenarios)
Principles of handling of rehab clients
Interactive critique of therapeutic handling techniques (practical)
In patients, outpatients, neurology, community scenarios
*This session adopts a workshop not a training approach. Therefore, delegates are encouraged to contribute their own scenarios and techniques to the critique process.
What our clients say about us:
Very good Trainer. Therapist , East London Foundation Trust 27 March 2014
Found quizzes a useful learning tool. The trainer tailored the course as appropriate to meet our needs.
Therapist , East London Foundation Trust 13 Oct 2014