Open Day for Postgraduate Certificate in Specialist Paediatric Osteopathic Practice
Saturday, 11 July 2015 from 10:00 to 13:00 (BST)
Thank you for your interest in the British School of Osteopathy (BSO)’s Postgraduate certificate in Specialist Paediatric Osteopathic Practice, validated by the University of Bedfordshire. This course welcomes UK, EU and international osteopaths who wish to develop specialist skills in paediatric osteopathic practice.
Open Day sessions give you the chance find out more about osteopathically treating children and studying at the BSO. They give you the opportunity to meet practising osteopaths, tutors and the course leader.
Please note the event is not a drop in session, to make the most of the morning we advise guests to arrive at 10am.
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The British School of Osteopathy
The British School of Osteopathy (BSO) is the UK’s oldest and largest school of osteopathy. Located at the heart of central London’s cultural and commercial life, the BSO is easily accessible via major transport networks. In 2012, the British School of Osteopathy (BSO) won the coveted Times Higher Education award for Outstanding Contribution to the Local Community. The award related to our clinics which have offered thousands of free and subsidised treatments in one of London’s most disadvantaged areas.
Since opening in 1917, the school has been at the forefront of osteopathic education and research, fostering leading figures within the profession.
The BSO's pre-registration courses are focused on providing the best levels of patient care, incorporating:
● Comprehensive anatomical and physiological education
● Extensive clinical practice and technique development
● Specialist osteopathic interests
● Tuition from expert practitioners
● Placements in community clinic settings – such as in a drop in centre for the homeless,
an NHS GP surgery, the Royal Free Hospital and Darwin Court, a centre for older people
● Active intellectual environment with regular talks, debates and visiting lecturers
● Accreditation from the General Osteopathic Council