health workshops for cancer rehabilitation

Courses for Health Professionals

NEW! Exercise Guidelines for Cancer Survivors For Allied Health Professionals.

If your requirement is for a specially commissioned course, we may be able to tailor it to your needs. Based on our experience to date we are able to adapt these training courses to meet the needs of our clients.

This covers the following areas, with a mixture of lectures, discussions and practical work:

  • Current guidelines and contra-indications for exercise prescription with different cancer groups and assessment tools for evaluating success of intervention
  • Fitness assessments, exercise to movement, circuits, muscle strengthening and relaxation exercises – including contra-indications and exercises to avoid
  • Exercise motivation and behaviour change. Changing lifestyle behaviour after cancer diagnosis
  • What is needed in your workplace to make a physical activity programme as part of cancer care? Resources, staffing and training.

Of interest to:

  • Physiotherapists
  • Allied health professionals
  • Oncology health professionals
  • Clinical nurse specialists
  • Cancer charities
  • National cancer networks
  • Undergraduates in health studies
  • Rehabilitation professionals

If you wish to train a number of staff in your own healthcare setting – please do call to discuss further  0345 4594618.

Level 4 – All Health Professionals who have relevant qualifications and experience are welcome to attend the Level 4 Cancer and Exercise Course. There is not the requirement to fulfill the pre-requisite criteria if there is not a need to be considered as an Exercise Specialist.

Download an application form here for the current Level 4 Courses.

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  • Testimonials

    • This course is very good, I have worked within the NHS and public health commissioning for many years . The tutors are absolutely amazing, helpful, expert and extremely supportive. The administration aspect is all very good too. Highly recommended J Potter 2014