#WednesdayWisdom – Qualifications

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Are you ever baffled when you see “Qualified”? Qualified in what?!

I just thought I would share with you my qualifications and membership of professional bodies in the hope it might shed some light :

ITEC Diploma in Equine Sports Massage – course run by Mary Bromiley, I achieved a credit in my final results passing a practical exam, written paper, a 3,000 word project and a verbal assessment of anatomical knowledge.

Certificate in Equine Biomechanics and spinal manipulation- trained with Dr Andrew Glaister (Chiropractor). I completed all the modules and 10 case studies to achieve my certificate.

Advanced Certificate in Veterinary Physiotherapy (level 7) – course run by Canine and Equine Physiotherapy Training at Nottingham University. Completed the course which consists of academic work, practical training and 30 days shadowing qualified practitioners being assessed until I met the required standards of clinical skills and anatomical knowledge.

Member of IRVAP ( Institute of Registered Veterinary and Animal Physiotherapists).
Member of RAMP ( Register of Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioners).

I am fully insured, and keep up to date with continued professional development, necessary for membership to professional bodies. I work under veterinary permission as required by the Veterinary Act Exemptions Order (2015).

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