It is recommended that potential students for intermediate courses have attend at least the taught element of the “ATACP Accredited Foundation Programme in Aquatic Therapy” as more specific intermediate courses assume that the participants are already familiar with the content of the foundation course and will build on it.
Information about the Intermediate course - Aquatic Physiotherapy for Neurological Conditions
Please note this is a two day course with a certificate of attendance issued on completion for your continuing professional development folder but it is not a formal qualification.
Aim: To provide the theoretical knowledge & clinical skills to design, implement and evaluate safe and effective Aquatic Physiotherapy for patients with Neurological Conditions
Day 1 am
Day 1 pm
Day 2 am
It should be noted that whilst Jacqueline has been awarded a Halliwick Association of Swimming Therapy (Halliwick AST) Halliwick Instructors certificate (HIC) she does not hold a qualification as a teacher - students attending this course will not gain a qualification in Applied Halliwick and Functional Approach for Neurological Conditions - she will be introducing and discussing Applied Halliwick and Functional Approach for Neurological Conditions with the recommendation that students on this course go on to study on a Halliwick AST course in order to gain practical skills and understanding of the Halliwick concept
Day 2 pm