Incorporating Movement in a Health or Care Setting


New program in the MID NORTH COAST area in MARCH and APRIL 2021

FULLY SUBSIDISED TRAINING

Mid North Coast Local Health District (MNCLHD), in partnership with TAFE NSW, with the assistance of State Training Services, is offering fully subsidised training for health and care workers in the Great Lakes area.

This training is classified as FEE FREE.

This program will be offered at two locations:

PORT MACQUARIE at TAFE Port Macquarie campus Thursday 25 and Friday 26 March 2021



COFFS HARBOUR at TAFE Coffs Harbour 'CHEC' campus

Thursday 22 and Friday 23 April 2021


Times: 8.30 - 4.30 pm each day 



STATEMENT OF ATTAINMENT On completion of the program participants receive a Statement of Attainment in:
 Incorporating Movement in a Health or Care Setting
 CUADLT402 Explore relationship between music & dance

BSBCRT402 Collaborate in a creative process
 CUACHR301 Develop basic dance composition skills
 CUAPRF402 Develop conceptual and expressive skills



To enrol, please download and complete an ENROLMENT FORM and email to: teresa.conicella@tafensw.edu.au


mobile: Teresa Conicella- 0408430275 or Jess Conneely (teacher) 0419449578 PORT MACQUARIE at TAFE Port Macquarie campus :

21NEW-079_PORT MAC
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COFFS HARBOUR at TAFE Coffs Harbour 'CHEC' campus

21NEW-053_COFFS
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The training is ideal for physiotherapists, occupational therapists, rehabilitation specialists, aged care nurses and anyone who is involved in using movement in a well-being capacity.


PROGRAM OVERVIEW This program aims to enhance the techniques that health practitioners employ when implementing creative movement activities or in care or rehabilitation.

 The program demonstrates ways in which movement :
 • increases coordination, strength, and flexibility while releasing body tension and improve balance and, 
 • creates a familiar environment in which the participants enjoy movement and music in a safe, supportive environment.

 It is customised for health practitioners who have limited or no background in creative movement, focusing on:
 • dance styles, 
 • the relationship between dance and music, 
 • the use of rhythm in dance exercises, and 
 • the creative process.

 Participants will gain the knowledge and skills to :
 • incorporate creative movement in rehabilitation, care and well-being programs, and
 • confidently engage in experiences that resonate with their clients.

Please contact us if you require any further information or assistance with the Enrolment process.

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