- Course Details
The Slings Diploma is an assessment of your skills and knowledge as well as an opportunity to refine them, clarify questions and consolidate your understanding. The day is a dynamic mix of teaching, moving and quizzing, essay presentations, reflections and knowledge refinement through short lectures.
As a modern institute for adult education, we firmly believe that a certification should make you a better teacher. So we don’t use trick questions or entangled sentences in a multiple choice questionnaire, nor do we set unrealistic movement goals or encourage empty recitals of anatomy from short-term memory.
We encourage you to complete the certification course, because this way, you make the most of your Slings Myofascial Training education.
If you like to gain the most value from an education, the Slings certification course is definitely for you.
The 3 Components
Teaching, Participating, Reflecting
Teaching will be done in pairs or small groups. You are a teacher as well as a participant. Over the course of one day you will answer quiz questions by yourself and in small groups. You will reflect on your own movement, teaching and presentation skills as well as your quiz performance.
Essay & Presentation
The essay shows your understanding and interpretation of the application of Slings Myofascial Training. You will present your essay to a group of fellow students.
The lesson plan shows your understanding of how to incorporate Slings Myofascial Training in a practical way into your teaching. Components of your lesson plan will be used during the course.
Slings Diploma Learner Guide
Once you are enrolled in the Slings certification course, you will receive a Slings diploma learner guide. The learner guide will give you:
- Detailed information about each certification component.
- Information on the depth and extent of skills and knowledge assessed during the course.
- Examples of what you need to know and what you do not need to know.
- Essay topic examples from previous Slings diploma graduates
|Dates||Oct 3 – 3, 2020|
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
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