Individual Assessment Days (IAD)

Individual Assessment Days (IAD)

Course Details

A unique opportunity to manage our hydrotherapy centre for a day, professionally supervised by our own highly trained experts.

Who is the day suitable for?

Delegates must have successfully completed all of the following courses:

  • Introduction to Hydrotherapy
  • Anatomy and Physiology, Medical Conditions and Common Orthopaedic and Neurological Conditions in Small Animal Hydrotherapy
  • Small Animal First Aid
  • The Principles, Practice and working within the Multidisciplinary Team
  • Water Management
What’s included in the fee?
  • Registration with awarding body
  • Grading of all assessments
  • Full certification
  • All refreshments during the course

Finish time may extend due to delegate interaction. Please be prepared for a late finish on Day One.
Please consider our Lecturers who have requested that delegates do not arrive before 08.45 in order that they can prepare themselves for the day’s course.

MAXIMUM OF 8 DOGS PER DAY INCLUDING BOTH POOL AND TREADMILL IF APPLICABLE TO CENTRE

Day 1
  • Health and Safety Induction and tour of Centre.
  • Pool Maintenance including water testing, excluding test strips.
  • Induction to paperwork.
  • Understand correct terminology for completing patient notes post hydrotherapy session.
  • Assessor to explain referral letter and previous treatment to student.
  • Prepare for animals hydrotherapy session to include writing up information/emergency board.
  • Select and fit life jackets, harness etc.
  • Observe and assist;- Health checks, Measurements where applicable, showering, hydrotherapy session, drying, post course information to clients
Day 2
  • Pool Maintenance including water testing, excluding test strips.
  • Complete patient notes post hydrotherapy session to include correct terminology
    relevant to patient’s performance.
  • Explain to Assessor referral letter and previous treatment.
  • Prepare for animals hydrotherapy session to include writing up information/emergency board.
  • Select and fit life jackets, harness etc.
  • Perform;- Health checks, Measurements where applicable, Showering, Hydrotherapy session, Drying, Post course information to clients
  • Compile a Veterinary feedback form for a patient.

Fee: £135.00 inc. VAT

Course overview

A unique opportunity to manage our hydrotherapy centre for a day, professionally supervised by our own highly trained experts.

Who is the day suitable for?

Delegates must have successfully completed all of the following courses:

  • Introduction to Hydrotherapy
  • Anatomy and Physiology, Medical Conditions and Common Orthopaedic and Neurological Conditions in Small Animal Hydrotherapy
  • Small Animal First Aid
  • The Principles, Practice and working within the Multidisciplinary Team
  • Water Management
What’s included in the fee?
  • Registration with awarding body
  • Grading of all assessments
  • Full certification
  • All refreshments during the course

Finish time may extend due to delegate interaction. Please be prepared for a late finish on Day One.
Please consider our Lecturers who have requested that delegates do not arrive before 08.45 in order that they can prepare themselves for the day’s course.

Course Content

MAXIMUM OF 8 DOGS PER DAY INCLUDING BOTH POOL AND TREADMILL IF APPLICABLE TO CENTRE

Day 1
  • Health and Safety Induction and tour of Centre.
  • Pool Maintenance including water testing, excluding test strips.
  • Induction to paperwork.
  • Understand correct terminology for completing patient notes post hydrotherapy session.
  • Assessor to explain referral letter and previous treatment to student.
  • Prepare for animals hydrotherapy session to include writing up information/emergency board.
  • Select and fit life jackets, harness etc.
  • Observe and assist;- Health checks, Measurements where applicable, showering, hydrotherapy session, drying, post course information to clients
Day 2
  • Pool Maintenance including water testing, excluding test strips.
  • Complete patient notes post hydrotherapy session to include correct terminology
    relevant to patient’s performance.
  • Explain to Assessor referral letter and previous treatment.
  • Prepare for animals hydrotherapy session to include writing up information/emergency board.
  • Select and fit life jackets, harness etc.
  • Perform;- Health checks, Measurements where applicable, Showering, Hydrotherapy session, Drying, Post course information to clients
  • Compile a Veterinary feedback form for a patient.
Course Price

Fee: £135.00 inc. VAT