Certificate in Neuro-Training

Kinesiology

The Certificate of Neuro-Training provides excellent professional practical and technical skills on which to establish a Kinesiology and Natural Therapy business.

We deliver the latest research and developments in the Kinesiology industry including skills and techniques in the mental, emotional, physical, biochemical, nutritional and energetic contexts. 

The are 6 modules in the Certificate of Neuro-Training.

Neuro-Training

The Certificate of Solution Oriented Neuro-Training is industry accredited with the Australian Kinesiology Association (AKA). Solution Oriented Neuro-Training delivers advances in neuro-science research integrating this with kinesiology in an enhanced and comprehensive training experience. The Solution Oriented Process, unique to Neuro- Training, integrates all skills and knowledge of the professional practitioner into an artistry of practical clinical application which allows the client to follow their own recuperation path.

 

Study Options

For Professional Qualifications

The Certificate IV in Kinesiology (government recognised) provides all the necessary foundation for becoming a respected professional practitioner in the natural therapies field.

The Certificate of Solution Oriented Neuro-Training (industry accredited) comprises 6 modules including the assessments for those modules. For students who already have a Certificate IV in Kinesiology this provides the opportunity to add additional skills and understanding in the field of Neuro-Training to further enhance your current natural therapy business with the Diploma of Neuro-Training. The College of Neuro-Training will be also offering the Diploma of Kinesiology when on scope for 2015.

For Personal Interest (Non-Assessed - Cert SONT and Non-Assessed - NT workshops)

We welcome students who want to do the first 6 modules without any of the assessments that the professional students take. These will give you the insights, the understanding, the philosophy, and many valuable skills and techniques that you can use for yourself and your family. This option does not provide any qualification although you can convert your training to the Certificate of Solution Oriented Neuro- Training (SONT) by taking the assessments for those modules. After you have taken the assessments for the modules and obtained your Cert of SONT, if you wish, you can progress to the Professional Qualification path at any time.

How to Enrol

Enrolment is easy with the College of Neuro-Training. Simply contact our head office to discuss your training options or locate your nearest trainer and we shall provide a pre-enrolment form for you.

If you know your local campus,

  1. Complete the pre-enrolment form

  2. Attend the pre-enrolment interview

  3. Complete the enrolment agreement form

  4. And pay your deposit.

Be sure to send two copies of your pre-enrolment and enrolment forms. One to the head office and one to your local campus.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

RPL is the acknowledgement of the skills and knowledge a person has acquired through previous training, work or life experience, which may be used to grant status or credit in a subject or module. Students are encouraged to submit RPL requests to the College of Neuro-Training for individual consideration.

Centrelink Assistance

The Certificate IV in Kinesiology (HLT42812) course offered by the College of Neuro-Training is approved for Centrelink Student related payments for AUSTUDY, ABSTUDY, Youth Allowance and Pension Education Supplement recipients. For more information and eligibility contact: Centrelink on 132 490. The course reference number is 2P901. 

Payment Options

We offer different payment options to suit the diverse needs of our students.

Options include: -

Full payment of module made 7 days prior to commencement of module.
If the module is timetabled over two months: 50% of module cost paid 7 days prior to commencement of module and the balance paid 7 days prior to the second half of the module commencement.
Under special circumstances personal payment plans are available for Certificate IV enrolments for those wishing to take up this service. An additional administration fee will be charged for this service.

Enrolment fees may be paid by credit cards (Mastercard, Visa) or direct deposit. * Credit card payments incur a 2% merchant fee.

Fees

A deposit of $100 (non-refundable), must be paid at the time of initial enrolment. This deposit is used toward payment of your first module.

Entry for each module is not confirmed until module fees are paid prior to commencement of any module.(50% of payment is required for any module if the module is delivered over two months or 100% of module payment is required if module is delivered over one month)
End of course results and/or personal interest attendance certificates can only be issued once all relevant course fees have been finalized.
Any special payment arrangements must be agreed on at the time of enrolment by both campus trainer and the office administration.
An additional administration fee of $100 for a payment plan will be charged. Any payment arrangements changed or any late payments on the payment plan may incur further administration fees.
Repeating a class is optional at a reduced rate. 

The Certificate IV in Kinesiology (HLT42812)

Description: The Certificate IV in Kinesiology is a nationally recognised qualification which provides students with the necessary skills to become an industry recognized practitioner of Kinesiology.

This comprehensive course contains 9 integrated modules comprised of a combination of face-to-face training, self-paced training and self-paced computer based (on-line) training. The modules are assessed via in-course assessments (practical, oral & written), assignments (self-study i.e. at home) and on-line written assessments.

Duration: This qualification is conducted over 12 months with all components to be completed within 2 years. Our courses are designed to be flexible in their delivery so many campuses offer schedule variations and/or accelerated learning opportunities which may allow you to complete the course in less than 12 months (e.g. 6 months).

Outcome: Kinesiologist / Natural Therapist / Neuro-Trainer

Modules:

  • Module 1: Art of Solution Oriented Neuro-Training 
  • Module 2: Principles of Recuperation
  • Module 3: Blueprint One
  • Module 4: Innate Intelligence
  • Module 5: Integration
  • Module 6: Kinesiology Clinic/Client Care
  • Module 7: Anatomy & Physiology 1
  • Module 8: Anatomy & Physiology 2
  • Module 9: Practice Management 1

These modules are described in detail in the next section of this course guide. 

The Certificate of Solution Oriented Neuro-Training

Description: The Certificate of Solution Oriented Neuro-Training (SONT) is an internationally recognised qualification with industry accreditation by the Australian Kinesiology Association (AKA).

Successful completion of the first 6 modules of the Certificate IV in Kinesiology (HLT42812) including assessments automatically qualifies the student for the Certificate of Solution Oriented Neuro-Training. This certificate can also be achieved as an independent study and is not a Government recognised course.

Duration: This qualification is conducted over 12-18 months and as with the Certificate IV course, flexible delivery options are available.

Outcome: Neuro-Trainer

Modules:

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  • Module 1: Art of Solution Oriented Neuro-Training
  • Module 2: Principles of Recuperation
  • Module 3: Blueprint One
  • Module 4: Innate Intelligence
  • Module 5: Integration
  • Module 6: Kinesiology Clinic/Client Care

These modules are described in detail in the next section of this Course Guide 

Module Descriptions

MODULE 1: The Art of Solution Oriented Neuro-Training

In this module you will discover

  • A comprehensive understanding of the basics in Kinesiology, (muscle checking).
  • The basics in Kinesiology and Neuro-Training.
  • What is an indicator muscle response?
  • Learn about muscles and their neuro-lymphatic and neuro-vascular points. What Kinesiology is and what it is not.
  • How to understand adaption, the nature of our defense patterns and how we become caught in 'defense'.
  • What a cybernetic loop does and its significance in muscle checking.
  • Learn to identify suppression
  • Begin building a Kinesiology session with the use of the Solution Oriented Neuro-Training Procedure.
  • Specific working factors and Solution Orientated options
  • Discuss and learn the importance of context when using Kinesiology.
  • Also covered – Using the Model of Universal Principles with Kinesiology, Solution Orientation as a focus and Glandular System as a context, Infusion of Positives for Long Term Healing, Recuperation and other contexts
  • Workbook Assignments and assessments

This module introduces the world of our nervous system and our subconscious. By the end of the 5 days, you will have gained an understanding of the philosophy and the basic skills necessary for the Kinesiology and Neuro-Training practitioner.

Delivery: 5 days, 9am - 6pm. Schedule: As per campus

Assessment: In-Course Assessments & Assignments.
In-Course Assessments: Consist of practical demonstrations (observation), individual oral participation in 
group discussions and written assessments (true/false and short answer questions).

Assignments: Self-directed assessments that consist of written essay-style assignments which are submitted within 4 weeks of module completion.

Commitment: Class Hours 44 - Self Study 25 - Total hours 69 - Fees $1,075

MODULE 2: Principles of Recuperation

Pre-requisite: MODULE 1: The Art of Solution Oriented Neuro-Training

In this module you will cover

  • The processes of recuperation and regeneration:
  • How to work within the Universal Laws of Recuperation.
  • How to recognize when symptoms are a problem or a recuperation process. You will also discover: how time influences our ability to be well.
  • Skills to check for elemental, nutritional and energetic influences.
  • 16 different muscle/meridian/organ circuits and all within 4 different phases of muscle checking, enabling you to access a multitude of circuits within the person.
  • The Principles of Recuperation shows you how to use the Model of Universal Principles.
  • Line of Recuperation
  • The Laws of Healing and Recuperation.
  • A deeper look at Suppression - All types, how to find it, how to deal with it.
  • Gamma 1 and Gamma 2 type Muscle checking as well as Specific Muscle Response.
  • Available Energy for Healing and Recuperation.
  • The Stages of Re-Degeneration.
  • It is the module that marries and supports many types of Kinesiology.
  • Combine any other information you have such as Naturopathy, Homoeopathy, Herbal, other bodywork, Acupuncture or wellness studies.
  • Assignments

Students have the opportunity to learn techniques unique and original to Neuro-Training. 20 years of research and development in muscles, the circuits, our neurology and how we function as innate beings will be taught in this module.

Delivery: 5 days, 9am – 5/or 6pm. Schedule: As per campus

Assessment: In-Course Assessments & Assignments.
In-Course Assessments: Consist of practical demonstrations (observation), individual oral participation in

group discussions and written assessments (true/false and short answer questions).

Assignments: Self-directed assessments which consist of written essay-style assignments which are submitted within 4 weeks of module completion.

Commitment: Class Hours 42 - Self Study 25 - Total hours 67 - Fees $1,075

MODULE 3: Blueprint One

Pre-requisite: MODULE 1: The Art of Solution Oriented Neuro-Training

In this module you will cover:

  • Cheirology (Hand analysis) and its meaning.
  • How to clear away the restrictive inherited patterns that influence your behaviours.
  • To use your Cheirology as a reference, to clear specific subconscious emotional and mental stress patterns.
  • Skills to remove specific psychological defences that otherwise keep other imbalances inaccessible.
  • Develop your personal awareness and self-reliance.
  • Some of the skills in this module are:
  • Defusing major brain functions so that you may bring these into full operation.
  • Deal with the fear process and how to reframe fear to courage and intelligence.
  • Sort, your time line to sort your future perceptions.
  • Discover more about yourself through left hand right hand writing and drawing exercise.
  • Defuse your learned helplessness and psychological defence behaviours.
  • Address hidden patterns that will not normally show through muscle checking in others.
  • Use your defused Brain Functions and time line as resources.
  • Live using your resources rather than your limitations.
  • Integrate the new information with the use of the Solution Oriented Procedure.

Blueprint One module is a more personally focused experience. It is not until you deal with your own conscious and subconscious blockages that you can then help other overcome theirs.

Delivery: 5 days, 9am - 5pm. Schedule: As per campus

Assessment: In-Course Assessments & Assignments.
In-Course Assessments: Consist of practical demonstration (observation), individual oral participation in 
group discussions and written assessments (true/false and short answer questions).

Assignments: Self-directed assessments which consist of written essay-style assignments which are submitted within 4 weeks of module completion.

Commitment: Class Hours 40 - Self Study 25 - Total hours 65 - Fees $1,075

MODULE 4: Innate Intelligence

Pre-requisite: MODULE 1: The Art of Solution Oriented Neuro-Training

In this module you will cover:

  • Many ways of expressing our Intelligence. Throughout this module we work with the nine forms of intelligence in a very congruent and empowering way.
  • You will learn many skills for changing patterns to enhance the expression of the nine intelligences.
  • Hierarchy of Muscles, what is more important to the neurology for recuperation and more on the laws of recuperation.
  • Hypertonics, a form of stretch release to muscles and their fibres, a significant structural resetting procedure.
  • Other reflexes that gain further access to retraining and strengthening the neurological connections.
  • Muscles may become reactive to each other, creating pain and immobility.
  • Rector muscles that determines a group of muscle inhibition.
  • More on muscle and nerve circuits
  • Seasonal disorders that are held within the Tendino-Muscular Meridians
  • The Cerebellar and Atlas Techniques.
  • Specific muscle reactivating techniques: Passive Reset, Muscle Spindle Cell and Golgi Tendon Integration, Simultaneous Testing, Contingent Monitoring, Strain Counter Strain, Repeated Muscle Activation, Stretch Response, Extension Reflex
  • Muscle vertebrae connection through the spinal segments, and the Stress Receptors of the head and hand reflexes

Bringing your body circuits out of habitual fear and into intelligence. This module contains a very important aspect of enabling the Kinesiology Practitioner to identify the muscle circuitry more specifically, and to break up the body habits effectively. When we don’t use our intelligence, fears and habits become locked into our physical body and run our lives.

Delivery: 5 days, 9 - 6pm Schedule: As per campus

Assessment: In-Course Assessments & Assignments.
In-Course Assessments: Consist of practical demonstration (observation), individual oral participation in 
group discussions and written assessments (true/false and short answer questions).

Assignments: Self-directed assessments which consist of written essay-style assignments which are submitted within 4 weeks of module completion.

Commitment: Class Hours 44 - Self Study 25 - Total hours 69 - Fees $1,075

MODULE 5: Integration

Pre-requisites: Modules 1 - 4

In this module you will cover:

Understanding new information and acquiring new skills becomes a powerful combination when applied with artistry. The Integration Module not only integrates the information learned throughout the Solution Oriented Neuro-Training procedure, it also challenges and balances your ability to integrate within yourself.

Some of the skills learnt in this module are:

  • Meridian science, a study of the Chinese theory, causes of disease such as damp, heat, cold or trapped wind.
  • The Chinese emotions and ill health.
  • Dichotomy and its affects.
  • Unfinished business and the stress that this causes,
  • Acquired behaviours, our bad habits and how to clear them.
  • A number of other contextual (mental references) are also covered, including Relationship Consequences, that is, the consequence of having a relationship with anyone, and also
  • - Assumptions and the many we make.
  • - Our power of Influence as practitioners. - Psychological Strategies and
  • - Heuristics and Integration itself.
  • Discover the Chakras and their connection to the nervous system,
  • The nine Essences of Change,
  • The Viscera and its significance
  • Cranial activity and resetting.

In this module we synthesize the artistry of the practitioner, consolidating the application of the work into client driven and solution orientation. You are now applying your skills to train a person’s neurological activity to respond in an intelligent way rather than operating from ancestral or created habits.

Delivery: 5 days, 9 - 5pm

Schedule: As per campus
Assessment: In-Course Assessments & Assignments.

In-Course Assessments: Consist of practical demonstration (observation), individual oral participation in group discussions and written assessments (true/false and short answer questions).

Assignments: Self-directed assessments which consist of written essay-style assignments which are submitted within 4 weeks of module completion.

Commitment: Class Hours 40 - Self Study 25 - Total hours 65 - Fees $1,075

MODULE 6: Kinesiology Clinic/ Client Care

Pre-requisite: MODULE 5: Integration

In this module you will cover:

The power of theory and practice. In this 6th module, we bring your Neuro-Training and Kinesiology skills together when working with a client.

Topics covered are:

  • The management of the client and working through a session.
  • Marketing your Neuro-Training and Kinesiology practice.
  • The importance of client follow-up.
  • Interviewing a new client.
  • The important of obtaining a history
  • The client practitioner relationship.
  • Putting the client at ease.
  • Determining the priority issue.
  • Engendering self-responsibility.
  • Dealing with people from different cultures, beliefs and languages, recognizing and respecting boundaries, identifying contraindications, and making referrals.
  • Identify factors likely to have a negative impact on the client’s experience
  • Contraindications
  • Legal rights of clients and keeping Client Records
  • Recognizing and identifying contra-indications for session procedure
  • Planning a Kinesiology Session
  • Prepare the client for the session
  • Inform the client of procedures and identify expectations.
  • Find and respect client’s boundaries
  • During this module you will also be working in the student clinic, performing sessions with clients
  • Case Studies

Delivery: 5 days, 9 - 5pm & One day home study plus assignments and case studies (total 6 days) Schedule: As per campus

Assessment: In-Course Assessments & Assignments.
In-Course Assessments: Consist of practical demonstration (observation), individual oral participation in 
group discussions and written assessments (true/false and short answer questions).

Assignments: Self-directed assessments which consist of written essay-style assignments which are submitted within 4 weeks of module completion.

Commitment: Class Hours 40 - Self Study 30 - Total hours 70 - Fees $880

MODULE 7 & MODULE 8: Anatomy and Physiology 1 and 2

Description Module 7 Anatomy and Physiology 1:

This subject covers how the body is organized from molecular level to systems level and includes anatomical and medical terminology. Learning about functions and organisation of the human body is an excellent general foundation in the field of natural therapies.

Pre-requisite: None
Delivery: Self paced 5 hours per week over 10 weeks
May be studied along side Module One, although we recommend study after completion of module four.

Description Module 8 Anatomy and Physiology 2

Pre-requisite: MODULE 7: Anatomy and Physiology 1

This subject covers the structure and function of the muscles and joints. We examine the basic concepts of biomechanics, joint and muscle construction and function and identify the major bony and soft tissue structures of the musculoskeletal system. You will also develop musculoskeletal and postural assessment techniques.

Note: Both modules delivered via distance study.

Delivery: Self paced 5 hours per week over 10 weeks

Assessment Module 7 & 8: Completion of assignments, tasks, short answer questions and multiple choice.

Commitment: A & Phys 1

Commitment: Class Hours 0 - Self Study 50 - Total hours 50 - Fees $700

Commitment: A and Phys 2

Commitment: Class Hours 0 - Self Study 50 - Total hours 50 - Fees $700

MODULE 9: Practice Management

Description: This subject covers managing, marketing and communicating within a Natural Therapies practice. Develop your skills and knowledge to effectively manage and administer a practice, including OH&S, infection control, communication with clients, therapists and other health care professionals. Effectively promote and market your health care business.

Note: This module is delivered via self-paced at home distance study

Delivery: 8 hours per week over 101⁄2 weeks

Assessment Module 9: Weekly questions and assignments.

Commitment: Prac Man

Commitment: Class Hours 0 - Self Study 85 - Total hours 85 - Fees $700

First Aid

Part of the requirement for the Certificate IV in Kinesiology is completion of the common unit Apply First Aid. This unit is delivered and assessed through a number of national organisations such as St Johns Ambulance and Australian Red Cross.

Students will need to show evidence of completion of this unit as part of obtaining the Certificate IV in Kinesiology from College of Neuro-Training.

Fees for this unit have not been included in the overall costs quoted in this course guide. Government Recognition

Government or national recognition is the basic principle of the national vocational training framework in Australia. This framework assures nationally consistent high quality vocational and education training and assessment services. It also defines the qualifications offered by Registered Training Organisations.

The Certificate IV in Kinesiology

This qualification is made up of a number of units of competency – 5 specialisation units and 10 common units. We have structured our course to integrate these units throughout each of our modules.

Modules 1 to 6 cover the specialisation units.

More information about these units can be found at http://www.training.gov.au or by contacting the College of Neuro-Training. 

 

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