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Physiotherapy Assistant CoursePhysiotherapy Assistant Course Duration: 1 Year (Sept to June) Qualification: Fetac Level 5 Minor Award. Physiotherapy Assistant Practice. Fetac Level 5 Minor Award Physiotherapy Assistant Theory. Fetac Level 5 Anatomy & Physiology Diploma Course Fee: €2250 Course Schedule: Monday evenings (7pm to 9pm for 20 weeks)Thursday evenings (6.30pm to 9.30pm) September to June.Who is this course aimed at? There is no formal education requirement for this course, but it is aimed at learners with an interest in the area of physiotherapy. It qualifies people to work alongside a physiotherapist and assist with patient handling, patient care and supervised use of physiotherapy equipment and mobility aids. Course Content: Communication skills Anatomy & Physiology Therapeutic Handling Mobility Aids Movement Studies Exercise Therapy Physiotherapy Equipment Pathology Care Support in Physiotherapy ... (Training Available by Saint Martins College of Physical Therapy) Physiotherapy Assistant Course
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