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To keep abreast of current educational and qualification standards across the range of ‘soft tissue’ therapies available, consider upgrading your Certificate IV in Bowen Therapy to the nationally recognised Diploma of Specialised Bowen Therapy 10534NAT.
The Diploma as well as including a range of ‘specialised procedures’, integrates Bowen and assessment skills for clinical practice, includes fascial anatomy and embryological components, Bowen and body systems, rehabilitation and special tests.
BTA - Diploma of Specialised Bowen Therapy 10534NAT
On successful completion of the Certificate IV in Bowen Therapy 10533NAT, practitioners can move forward into the Nationally Recognised qualification of Diploma of Specialised Bowen Therapy 10534NAT program.
It is important to keep abreast of current educational and qualification standards across the range of ‘soft tissue’ therapies available, and upgrading your Certificate IV in Bowen Therapy to the higher qualification, Diploma of Specialised Bowen Therapy, will ensure you do.
BOWEN THERAPY DIPLOMA TRAINING
The Diploma consists of two areas of study: ‘training package units’ of material including knowledge and skills advantageous to all professional therapists, and ‘enterprise units’ comprising the Specialised Bowen procedures.
The ‘training package units’ required for the Diploma of Specialised Bowen Therapy are distributed throughout the Module program and are designed to enhance your practice and understanding of Bowenwork. They comprise a series of assignments including: a research task, Manage a Practice, professional reflection, anatomy and Bowen specific assessments.
The ‘enterprise units’ comprise a series of five three-day, extensive hands-on training modules which include the ‘Specialised Bowen Procedures’, a series of dynamic procedures which address the whole body including links to systems anatomy, fascial anatomy and embryological aspects.
Clinical assessment, ‘special’ tests and rehabilitation aspects are also included to help the practitioner, especially with clients who have chronic or more persistent problems.
A practitioner logbook is included in the ‘enterprise units’ requirement.