Interdisciplinary Practice and Wider Professional Issues (CITY3001)
With the professions of strength & conditioning and sports therapy rapidly gaining increased recognition and regulation globally it is imperative for developing professionals to have an appreciation of the principles and practices of international peers and organisations. Holistic understanding of the profession and its application in the wider, non-athlete population will add to the employability of learners.
Employability and Reflective Practice (CITY3002)
Having an understanding of industry requirements in relation to employability is essential for graduates in an increasingly competitive market. This module allows learners to explore current opportunities to further develop their skills and understanding of their professional identity. Reflective practice will be encouraged to highlight and support individual continuing professional development.
Advanced Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation (CITY3003)
This module consolidates previous sports therapy knowledge whilst developing advanced manual & electrotherapy modalities for the treatment, management & rehabilitation of sporting injuries. Current & contemporary themes of effective injury management will be critically explored in a practical, problem solving environment to replicate the demands of the skilled sports therapy & injury rehabilitation specialist.
Strength and Conditioning for Sports Therapists (CITY3005)
This module exposes learners to concepts influencing the design of athletic training for a range of athletes. Exploration of performance testing and principles of sports biomechanics will further enhance the sports therapists theoretical knowledge and practical application of strength and conditioning, exercise and performance analysis.
Research Project (CITY3014)
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