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Diploma of Kinesiology

Towen Mountain, QLD

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Diploma of Kinesiology

Your Diploma of Kinesiology qualification may be gained over a two year full time study period, or three years part time. Participants may complete several units of competency at home, and continue to compile their 400 hours of face to face kinesiology training. Fifty hours minimum of supervised student clinic is required, as well as kinesiology practice sessions. Touch for Health is the basis for all kinesiology training, and other types of kinesiology are available also. Check individual campuses to find out which kinesiology classes are delivered.

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Diploma of Kinesiology

Your Diploma of Kinesiology qualification may be gained over a two year full time study period, or three years part time. Participants may complete several units of competency at home, and continue to compile their 400 hours of face to face kinesiology training. Fifty hours minimum of supervised student clinic is required, as well as kinesiology practice sessions. Touch for Health is the basis for all kinesiology training, and other types of kinesiology are available also. Check individual campuses to find out which kinesiology classes are delivered.

Certificate IV in Kinesiology forms part of the two year Diploma of Kinesiology.

Training to diploma level gives graduates more opportunities to offer health fund rebates to their clients. Graduates may also apply to the industry associations for practitioner registration, and the insurance premiums negotiated on their behalf.

Diploma, Applied Industry Skills
HLTKIN507A – Plan an advanced kinesiology session
HLTKIN508A – Apply an advanced kinesiology assessment framework
HLTKIN509A – Monitor and evaluate kinesiology balances
HLTSHU509B – Maintain personal health and awareness as a professional responsibility
HLTNUT610A - Provide basic dietary advice
HLTKIN506A – Perform an advanced kinesiology health assessment

* Diploma, Manage a Practice
HLTCOM503B – Manage a Practice
HLTCOM502B – Develop professional expertise
HLTAP501A - Analyse health information
HLTHIR506B – Implement and monitor compliance with legal and ethical requirements
CHCORG28A – Reflect and improve upon professional practice

* Diploma, Elective Units
BSBCMN208A – Deliver a service to customers
CHCORG27A – Provide mentoring support to colleagues
CHCCS6B – Assess and deliver services to clients with complex needs
CHCORG11B – Lead and develop others

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When

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Where

Towen Mountain, QLD

Skill level

Beginner

 

The teachers

About us

Established in 2002, the Kinesiology Academy Head Office is situated in Nambour, the heart of the Sunshine...

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About us

Established in 2002, the Kinesiology Academy Head Office is situated in Nambour, the heart of the Sunshine Coast of Queensland.

The population of the Sunshine Coast is around 250,000 and is well known for tourism and its sugar cane, ginger and pineapple production.

In April 2005, a campus was established in Adelaide, thus formalising the goal of broadening the opportunities of students to study kinesiology as nationally accredited training. In early 2008, a new campus was established at Bowral covering all of southern NSW up to Wollongong and across to Bathurst and Broken Hill, and in early 2009, the Sydney campus became operational. Also in 2009, regional Queensland was actively supported by a registered kinesiology instructor delivering classes to students in this vast area.

The Academy was established to provide professional courses delivered in enjoyable and innovative ways. Students develop motivational skills to achieve high levels of professional competence and personal growth.

About the Kinesiology Academy

First conceived in 1997, the Kinesiology Academy is the collaboration of Greg Gralton and Toni Lilley, kinesiologists of over forty years combined experience. The Kinesiology Academy is a pioneer in providing courses in natural therapies, specialising in Touch for Health Kinesiology.

In this modern age of computers and the internet, our aim is to offer as many distance education opportunities as possible so geographically dispersed people can have the same choices their city cousins have. Already, regional campuses are available to provide the face to face learning units that are necessary in such a ‘hands on’ healing modality.

Who are our students?

Our students come from all walks of life, male and female, young and wise. Some enrol because they see kinesiology as a way to manage their own health challenges. Some recognise that kinesiology can help maintain the wellbeing of friends and family. Most enrol because they want a career that is satisfying and rewarding using a relatively new science that is easily learned and applied.

Campuses

Sunshine Coast

The campus is situated in the foothills of the range which runs behind Nambour. A light airy teaching room overlooking the organic orchard allows students to enjoy their tutorials and practice sessions. Off street parking is available.

South Australia

The Kinesiology College of SA has been providing training for Kinesiologists since 1990. It has two training rooms, several therapy rooms, a comprehensive library and large dining room with adjoining kitchen. Wendy and Paul Bennet have created a welcoming ambience with interesting artwork on the walls and a selection of seating to sort all needs. The large car park at the rear can be used to relax outside on a sunny day.

Sydney

Campus delivers
Certificate IV in Kinesiology (HLT42807)
Diploma of Kinesiology (HLT51507)

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Offered through

Kinesiology Academy: Professional Development & Distance Education