Graduate Certificate in Physiotherapy (Exercise and Women's Health)
What will I study?
Intended learning outcomes
On completion of this course, graduates will be able to demonstrate:
- an advanced knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathology applied to a specialist physiotherapy area;
- an advanced understanding of the recent knowledge base in a specialist physiotherapy area;
- advanced clinical skills and techniques applicable to a specialist physiotherapy area; and
- an ability to promote evidence-based practice in a specialist physiotherapy area.
- a capacity for self-directed learning and the motivation for life-long independent learning;
- an advanced level of oral and written communication;
- an ability to critically evaluate and synthesise research literature;
- a capacity to manage competing demands on time;
- an appreciation of the team approach to learning in complex areas.
and the following generic skills:
PHTY90097 Musculoskeletal Disorders for Women
|17 July 2023||Orientation||Pre-teaching start date|
|24 July – 17 September 2023||Online Learning||Online (asynchronous) – study at your own pace|
|1–3 September 2023||Practical Intensive||Face-to-face on campus (Parkville) or Online (live, not recorded)|
|24 September 2023||Assessment||Assessment end date|
PHTY90004 Exercise for Women
|9 October 2023||Orientation||Pre-teaching start date|
|16 October – 10 December 2023||Online Learning||Online (asynchronous) – study at your own pace|
|24–26 November 2023||Practical Intensive||Face-to-face on campus (Parkville) or Online (live, not recorded)|
|17 December 2023||Assessment||Assessment end date|
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