Dunboyne College of Further EducationPhysiotherapy studies QQI Level 5

Physiotherapy studies QQI Level 5

Price: POA
Duration: 1 Year
Further Education and PLC, QQI Level 5
Academic year Sept 2020 - May 2021

Course description

Physiotherapy studies
QQI Level 5 in Health Service Skills (5M3782)

Students who undertake this one-year course in Physiotherapy studies will gain an understanding of the principles and practices of rehabilitation and an insight into how to assess and treat clients whose movement is restricted by illness, injury, disability or age.  Learners will gain the skills needed by the HSE to work in the healthcare sector, which will help them to understand therapy programmes and support clients in restoring or improving their mobility.


  1. Care Support
  2. Work Experience
  3. Communications
  4. Infection Protection and Control
  5. Physiotherapy Assistance Practice
  6. Physiotherapy Assistance Therapy
  7. Anatomy and Physiology Body Massage
  8. Human Growth and Development
  9. Care Skills
  10. Safety and Health at work
  11. Nutrition
  12. (Massage, Occupational First Aid & Patient Handling)

Entry Requirements
Leaving Cert or LCA • Mature students of all backgrounds • Other
equivalent qualification • All applicants will be interviewed regardless
of previous qualifications • Apply directly at www.dunboynecollege.ie



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