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Oxford Seating Training – 31st October – 3rd November 2022

09:00am - 16:30/17:00pm

The Court House, Worsley - M28 2PB

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Oxford Postural management Seating Training

The Court House, Worsley – M28 2PB – Full training programe available here!

Please note that this is 4 days consecutive training running on the following dates: 31st October – 3rd November 2022.

The cost of the overall training will be £210.00 per person so please ensure you are available for all 4 days and that your study leave has been authorised prior as payment will need to be made early October once your place has been confirmed by us. The training is limited to 24 participants only


Wendy Murphy: A chartered physiotherapist, a member of the Health Care Professions Council, has a Master’s degree in Evidence Based Health Care from Oxford University and a Post Graduate Certificate in Teaching in Higher Professional Education from Oxford Brookes University

Pat Postill: Pat Postill is a specialist physiotherapist in the field of posture manemagement for those with complex disability. She is a state registered physiotherapist, has a Master of Science Degree in Posture Management, Oxford Brookes University and a Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Profressional Education, Oxford Brookes University. She is a member of the Chartered Society for Physiotherapy

Aims and Objectives:

  • Theoretical and applied sessions provide a background to posture management for people with complex physical disabilities. Management is essential to optimise remaining functional ability and minimise secondary complications associated with this client group. 
  • This course is suitable for allied health professionals, therapy assistants, healthcare scientists and nurses working in neurological and neuromuscular disability. 
  • This specialist field encompasses a wide range of issues. As new developments occur in the social, medical, and environmental paradigms, so the depth and complexity of knowledge and skills required to be able to adequately define and manage the therapeutic needs of the client group must expand. 
  • This is a short course, which can only provide an introduction to the issues pertaining to the physical management of children and adults who have profound and complex physical disability

Please Note: Each participant is to bring a yoga mat or equivalent, a pillow, a large bath towel and a small towel or blanket.

By completing the below form you are registering your interest. Places will only be confirmed once you have met all the criteria regarding funding and study leave!

Registration has closed for this event. All those that have been allocated a place will contacted directly.

Fees are to be paid the W/C 3rd October 2022.

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