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Below is the list of training courses in musculoskeletal techniques with animals which have been assessed as meeting the RAMP standards for Recognised Educational Providers (REP) as laid out in the Foundation Document.

This means they are establishments whose courses have been assessed as providing a verified level of education by an awarding University, College, or other Recognised Awarding Organisation however do not reach the full criteria for Graduates to meet full RAMP entry criteria.

Applicants that complete two or more REP courses that combine to fully reach RAMP entry criteria can use qualifications from these courses to gain automatic entry to RAMP or a REP course as a step on a pathway application will simplify the application process.

Another page shows Accredited Educational Providers (AEP): details here.

NOTE: Some education providers have several courses at different standards.


Level 4 Diploma in Equine Sports Massage

Profession
Physiotherapist

Provider:
Animal Therapy Solutions Ltd

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The content of this qualification will enable the learner to fully understand equine sports massage theory and successfully carry out massage techniques to treat injury and support horses and riders in competition or general training.

Through understanding skills, knowledge and behaviours and successfully applying them in direct context, learners will be provided with relevant, first-hand experience which suitably prepares them for employment and progression with in this specialist area.

Progression options include employment as an Equine Sports Massage Therapist, or related roles such as Multi- skilled Groom or Equine Assisted Therapist.
This course will be accepted as the total massage component for a RAMP entry criteria and will be credited 150 practical education hours towards a full submission to RAMP on graduation from further education to one of the three professions


Essentials of Veterinary Chiropractic Course

Profession
Chiropractor

Provider:
International Academy Of Veterinary Chiropractic

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Course Description:

Our veterinary chiropractic course is the education program taken by the many professionals, practicing animal chiropractic throughout the UK and Europe.

The IAVC began in 2003 and has been running their courses at the host site Anglo European College of Chiropractic (AECC) University College since 2007. We also run multiple other relevant animal courses, offering students educational opportunities and chiropractic qualifications, which may be applied to CPD requirements.

The balanced mix of experienced international instructors include chiropractors, equine and small animal veterinarians, all maintaining busy animal practices.

Course Outline:

The syllabus includes current chiropractic and veterinary science, focusing on anatomy, neurology, biomechanics, and clinical diagnostics, management and techniques. Excellent pro-dissection compliments extensive hands on practical sessions with both horses and dogs.

Graduates will have the knowledge and clinical skills to be able to apply chiropractic care safely and effectively to a range of animal patients, from integrative rehabilitation, performance and companion animal care.


MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy (3yrs part time)

Profession
Physiotherapist

Provider:
University of Nottingham

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PG Dip Veterinary Physiotherapy (2yrs part time)

Profession
Physiotherapist

Provider:
University of Nottingham

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MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy

Profession
Physiotherapist

Provider:
Writtle University College

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Course Description:

The MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy programme has been designed to develop the skills of the student to support veterinary surgeons in the rehabilitation of a variety of species; it focuses in particular on equine and canine patients. It will also focus on supporting equine and canine athletes both during competition and for recovery.

This programme runs on a part-time basis over three years, with the majority of formal content delivered at weekends. The first year includes academic modules to reinforce and expand background knowledge. In the second clinical year, students will work alongside qualified clinicians; the requirement for self-directed practice can be significant. The final year of the MSc programme requires the student to undertake a substantial piece of individual research in the form of a dissertation.

Course Outline:

Students study biomechanics, functional anatomy, pathophysiology of injury and disease, physiotherapeutic techniques, rehabilitation and remedial exercise, academic and professional skills and clinical practice within the first two years. There is also a requirement for students to undertake a number of placement days with a qualified practitioner.


Postgraduate Diploma in Veterinary Physiotherapy (2 years)

Profession
Physiotherapist

Provider:
Writtle University College

Date Assessed:

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Course Description:

The MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy programme has been designed to develop the skills of the student to support veterinary surgeons in the rehabilitation of a variety of species; it focuses in particular on equine and canine patients. It will also focus on supporting equine and canine athletes both during competition and for recovery.

This programme runs on a part-time basis over two years, with the majority of formal content delivered at weekends. The first year includes academic modules to reinforce and expand background knowledge. In the second clinical year, students will work alongside qualified clinicians; the requirement for self-directed practice can be significant. The final year of the MSc programme requires the student to undertake a substantial piece of individual research in the form of a dissertation.

Course Outline:

Students study biomechanics, functional anatomy, pathophysiology of injury and disease, physiotherapeutic techniques, rehabilitation and remedial exercise, academic and professional skills and clinical practice within the first two years. There is also a requirement for students to undertake a number of placement days with a qualified practitioner.


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