Last week we held two clinical training courses; the practical assessment of female pelvic floor muscle dysfunction and the practical anorectal assessment of pelvic floor muscle dysfunction.
The latter is a two day course covering a range of topics relating to the pelvic floor complex and bowel, including a practical session on the second day.
We ask all our delegates to leave an evaluation form after they have completed a training course with us. It’s a great way for us to recognise what works well about each course and make any suggested improvements.
We’d like to say a big thanks to our delegates for their feedback from last week – it’s great to hear that you found the course beneficial to your practice and that some of you have even attended a course with us before and have returned for another!
One of the overriding comments that we receive about our courses is that they are presented well. All of our courses are written and taught by Consultant Pelvic Health Physio, Julia Herbert who is an approved tutor for the POGP and brings over thirty years’ experience to the courses. Here’s a couple of comments from last week:
‘Well taught, easy to understand and engaging throughout.’ – Continence Nurse
‘ A well presented course.’ – Specialist Continence Practitioner.
We have four courses altogether that all run from our training facility near Bristol. Dates are available to book on our online shop now, including a new date in April for the female pelvic floor training course.