COPCA

Description

COPCA (abbreviation of COPing with and CAring for Infants with Special Needs) – a family centred program
This module focuses on the planning, implementation and evaluation of family-centred early intervention in infants and toddlers with neuromotor developmental impairments. During the module students will learn how to challenge these infants and toddlers to exhibit active, exploratory and varied motor behaviour with trial-and-error experiences (important foundations for motor learning). Students will be introduced to communication principles applied in coaching (e.g. active listening, asking the right questions) and learn how to accompany families in their everyday lives. COPCA aims a) to empower whole families in decision-making processes and b) to support the motor capacities of the child so that families can participate optimally with their child in everyday life.
The module can be followed as stand-alone module or as part of the CAS Specialities in Paediatric Physiotherapy (specialising in COPCA).

At a glance

Qualification: course certificate, COPCA (5 ECTS)

Start: 16.05.2019

Duration: 6 days

Costs: CHF 2,100.00

Comment on costs:
The course material is included in the course fee and provided in electronic form. The purchase of further specific technical literature is optional and at the expense of the student.
Prices are subject to change.

Location: The courses usually take place at the School of Health Professions which is a few minutes walk from the train station.

ZHAW
Zurich School of Health Professions
Technikumstrasse 71
8401 Winterthur

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Languages of instruction: German, English
English (contact days, individual coaching, peer feedback), German (option for individual coaching, peer feedback)

Objectives and content

Target audience

Graduates in physiotherapy from a university of applied sciences or a vocational college

Objectives

Upon completion of the COPCA module, students are able to:

Content

Methodology

The COPCA module uses blended learning. Blended learning is an integrated learning concept that makes optimal use of the networking options available today via the Internet and the Intranet in combination with traditional learning methods and media in a meaningful learning arrangement. In addition, during the course of the module 2 coaching sessions (via Skype) will be offered.

Enquiries and contact

Provider

Offered in cooperation with

The curriculum of the COPCA module was developed in collaboration with the Institute of Developmental Neurology at the Faculty of Medical Sciences of the University of Groningen (Netherlands), in particular with the founders of COPCA Professor MD Mijna Hadders-Algra and Mrs. Tineke Dirks.

Application

Admission

Information for applicants

Course dates in 2019 (subject to change):
16.05.2019
17.05.2019
13.09.2019
14.09.2019
02.12.2019
03.12.2019

General teaching hours:
9.15am - 4.30pm (exceptions are possible)

Note:
During the contact days, the language of instruction is English.

Low cost accomodation:
See downloads for the list.

 

General terms and conditions

Conditions

Starting dates and application

Start Application deadline  
16.05.2019 16.04.2019 Application

Downloads and brochure

Downloads

Links

Brochure