Interactive Metronome Certification: Cape Town - April, 27, 2020

This workshop is officially endorsed by Interactive Metronome International based in the US. The content would be the official information provided by Interactive Metronome International Head office in the USA. We will explore the intricate workings of timing in the brain and extrapolate on the evidence-based research already completed over the past 20 years. The course participant will participate in hands-on labs practicing the short and long form tests as well as exploring exercises and different game plays. The value of objective pre and post data will be discussed and videos will showcase the different levels on Interactive Metronome Training. Quantitate norms will assist the practitioner in giving substantial feedback of growth over a 10 to 15 day period of intensive training, as well over extended periods of weekly services. The provider will be able to use the methodology to apply to multiple diverse populations from developmental delay to stroke rehabilitation to academic learning.

Location: Cape Town

Course Date: 27 April 2020

Duration: 1 day

Registration Opens: 1 January 2020

Course Type: Single Course

Target Audience: Occupational, Physical and Speech-Language Therapists, Audiologists, Medical Practitioners, Psychologists, Social Workers, Nurses, Educators

Education Level: Introductory and Intermediate

Prerequisites: 4-year degree in a related scope of practice

Instructional Method: Powerpoint, Group Discussion, Practice Lab

Assessment: Complete test

Professional Education: CPD, 6 Contact Hours

Certificate provided by: Attendance

Fee: Please contact lvermaak@kingsley.co.za

Cancellation Policy: Payment is due in full with registration through PayPal and there is a non-refundable cancellation fee of $25 at any time. If the course participant cancels within 30 days prior to the course starting date, the reimbursement would be 75% and within 2 weeks of the course; reimbursement would be calculated at 50%. Please contact maude@maudeleroux.com

  • 8.30am – Registration,
  • 9.00am – History and Introduction of IM,
  • 10.00am – Research and Evidence base,
  • 11.00am – Break,
  • 11.30am – Assessment,
  • 13.00pm – Lunch,
  • 14.00pm – Intervention,
  • 15.30pm – Break,
  • 16.00pm – Practical Considerations in application.

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