Learn, engage and enjoy: Upcoming CPD seminars at the AECC

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We are delighted to announce our latest CPD courses, held here at the AECC.

Our CPD courses are suitable for all healthcare professionals and cover a variety of topics – and they also attract renowned speakers who are specialists in their field.

Many seminars have an early bird booking discount so if you see one that is of interest, be sure to book your place as soon as possible. Some of our upcoming seminars are listed below – you can find out more and book your place by visiting our dedicated CPD web section here.

Upcoming seminars include:

14-15 November – Sports Nutrition for Athletes and Patients in Chronic Pain – Dr David Seaman is a new speaker to the AECC and comes highly recommended by Dr Angelo Battiston. His specialises in Sport and Nutrition and we look forward to welcoming him.

21-22 November – Clinical Whiplash & Neck Pain – Christian Worsfold returns to deliver his popular Whiplash seminar. We received excellent feedback from the last seminar, including comments such as: “Relevant material and great ratio of theory and practical”; “Would highly recommend this seminar to anyone”; and “Fantastic speaker, up-to-date and useful research”. 

21-22 November – Rehab to Performance, Core Skills Integration – Dr Jason Brown’s seminar is a good recap for anyone who is interested in Dr Craig Liebenson's work and a good recap in readiness for the next Dr Liebenson seminar in March 2016. 

28-29 November – Motion Palpation Institute: Lower Dynamic Movement Assessment – MPI return to the AECC with Dr Sarah Macchi visiting for the first time. All MPI seminars are very popular and are always a sell out at the AECC. 

5-6 December – Certified Chiropractic Extremity Practitioners Programme (CCEP)  – The second seminar of the series is presented by Dr Marius Jensen and will cover Advanced Principles of Upper Extremity. The CCEP series was very well attended at the AECC last time around in 2012-2013 with excellent feedback for Dr Jensen, including comments such as: “Tutor was very approachable and helpful”; “Excellent course”; and “A lot of new adjustments – very useful”. The CCEP seminars can be booked as standalone and you do not have to attend the whole series. 

5 December – Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo – Dr Richard O’Hara returns to the AECC with this popular one-day seminar. With limited numbers available for this seminar it is advisable to book early and guarantee your place. Previous delegate feedback has included comments such as: “Great course with clear instruction”; and “Useful applicable seminar”.

 

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