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New Online CPD Courses Launched for Health Professionals Interested in Sensory Integration and Processing

22 May 2020 10:42 | SIE News (Administrator)

A new suite of online, continuing professional development (CPD) courses for healthcare professionals around the world interested in sensory integration and processing launches from Sensory Integration Education this month.

The first course, Making Sense of Play, provides a thorough overview of theory and the evidence base applicable to the concepts of play and playfulness. The interactive online course includes 4.5 hours of content using slides with voice-over, animations, videos, quizzes and many downloadable resources, as well as links to recommended reading and resources.

Priced to be as accessible as possible at £90, SIE is offering the course at only £45 until 30 June 2020. Open to all, the course is most suitable for qualified health or education professionals who would like to refresh or update their knowledge on play.

Regular Releases of New  CPD Courses 

Further CPD courses will be launched throughout the year, enabling healthcare professionals to maintain and update their knowledge with these regular accessible, compact and high-quality units.

With a 25-year pedigree in delivering world-class training in sensory integration, including our UK university-accredited MSc in Sensory Integration pathway, Sensory Integration Education’s new CPD suite offers individuals and employers the confidence that only the latest evidence-based theory and practice will be presented.

Find out more about Making Sense of Play here.

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