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PgCert Children’s Osteopathy 

This course is aimed at osteopaths who wish to enhance their ability to deal with paediatric patients.

BCOM is known for its holistic osteopathy and this will be incorporated into the PgCert for Children’s Osteopathy.  BCOM is also known for its quality in teaching and in its small friendly atmosphere.

Students will have interactive lectures and will participate in a post graduate teaching clinic under the supervision of senior members of the osteopathic staff who specialise in teaching children’s osteopathy.


Modules


Birth and Delivery

Infant and the Developing Child

The Older Child

The course contains time in a post graduate children’s teaching clinic.

The course has been validated by Plymouth University.


Download further course information here

 

  


Entry Requirements
M.Ost, BSc Ost, DO, or equivalent.
All students must be working as osteopaths, and be registered with the GOsC (or the equivalent in their country). 

Work Experience
Students must be working as osteopaths and have a proportion of children as their caseload.
Students must have a valid First Aid Certificate.

Interview
All potential students will be required to attend an interview.

Independent Safeguarding Agency (ISA) / Criminal Record Bureau (CRB)
All potential students will have enhanced DBS checks and these will be assessed on individual merit under the Plymouth University guidelines.

 


Duration

12-18 Months

Start Date
September 2017

Course Type
Part-time

Course Fees
2016/17 Academic Year
Home/EU students £3,850 per annum.
Please note that fees are subject to annual review.

How to Apply
Applications should be made by completing the application form.

Download Application Form here


Contact Details

BCOM Admissions Team
Call +44 (0)20 7435 6464
Email admissions@bcom.ac.uk  

The British College of Osteopathic Medicine works
in partnership with Plymouth University



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