|UCAS course code||BC37|
|Course type||Full-time, Part-time route available|
Advanced Strength and Conditioning (EXCE3014)
The module is closely mapped to the UKSCA guidelines and outcomes, to enable students to investigate interdisciplinary sciences, involved within Strength and Conditioning principles, including specific techniques and methods. In addition to this the module will cover human anatomy and physiological responses enabling students to consolidate and extend their understanding of strength and conditioning
Examination and Assessment of Soft Tissue Injury (EXCE3015)
This module will focus on the theoretical anatomy of the trunk, back and spine. Learners will practically assess these including the relevance of the anatomy involved. Students will be able to identify and critically review common back problems and dysfunctions They will develop aetiology analysis of common injuries in different sports and exercise to enable a deeper understanding of evidence-based diagnosis and practice
Sports Rehabilitation and Adherence Considerations (EXCE3016)
This module is a mixture of theory and practical, the assessment methods will be based around theoretical application. Students will investigate risk reduction and rehabilitation protocols, including return to play. It can be challenging to engage a client in their rehabilitation; therefore, we will look at behavioural factors that influence their adherence, and to investigate a variety of behavioural strategies
This module allows students an opportunity to develop their subject expertise and develop their research, intellectual and organisational skills through the writing of a detailed dissertation thesis. The module provides students with a good structure of designing a proposal, creating a project and then finally presenting the outcomes.
Interdisciplinary and Clinical Practice (EXCE3018)
The module will aim to broaden learners understanding and appreciation of professions related to Sports Therapy, it’s history and philosophy. Students will complete a total of 150 hours of practice within the field, including some clinical practice in house. Students will lead the clinical sessions at the college, with some support from the teacher
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