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FETAC Level 5 Physiotherapy Assistant Course Two modules: Theory and Practice

Period of time 12 weeks (one day a week for 12 weeks)

Requirements for participation to the FETAC Level 5 Course

Preferred Entry Level: Level 4 Certificate, Leaving Certificate or equivalent qualifications and/or relevant life and work experiences.

Special Requirements Learners should have completed Manual Handling Training.

Participants require access to people who will consent to doing the theoretical and practical component of this course under the supervision of a Chartered Physiotherapist

 

NB: Prior to commencing the course each participant must have a Chartered Physiotherapist nominated to supervise the candidate throughout the theory module and to assess the skill demonstration which is a requirement on the practical component of this course. The contact details, including email address, of the nominated Chartered Physiotherapist needs to be supplied prior to commencing the course.

 

Course is scheduled to commence on Tuesday the 5th September 2017. From 10am to 4pm each Tuesday

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Group Physiotherapy Classes

Ongoing Group Physiotherapy Classes for people with MS every Friday Morning in Tuam. If you are interested in joining the class please contact us here in the Western Regional Office and we will arrange a physiotherapy assessment prior to commencement.

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10:00 to 11:00

Group Physiotherapy Classes

Ongoing Group Physiotherapy Classes for people with MS every Friday Morning in Loughrea. If you are interested in joining the class please contact us here in the Western Regional Office and we will arrange a physiotherapy assessment prior to commencement.

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12:00 to 13:00

Ros Go Run

The AAI certified Ros Go Run Half Marathon draws runners from around the world and is especially popular with people enjoying a late summer holiday in Ireland. Apparently, the date fits in perfectly if you happen to be training for the Berlin Marathon and doesn’t interrupt your holiday in the West of Ireland. (If you’re training for Dublin or New York, it fits in well with them, too.)

The 2017 run – on 3rd September – will follow the same route as in previous years and, again, will be chip-timed by MyRunResults to help you match your performance against your personal best and against other runners. The Ros Go Run website has pictures, maps and elevation for the route, more information about the race, and some tips to help you prepare for it. Online registration is now open, and remember, you can keep up with us on Facebook and Twitter.

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11:30 to 13:00

Physiotherapy Classes

Group Physiotherapy Classes for people with MS- every Monday. If you are interested in joining please contact the Western Regional Office and we will arrange a physiotherapy assessment before commencing.

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10:00 to 13:30

Physiotherapy Classes

Group Physiotherapy Classes for people with MS every Monday - if you are interested in joining please contact the Western Regional Office and we will arrange a physiotherapy assessment before commencing.

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10:00 to 13:30