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A special weekend focusing on paediatric first aid as well as physical and psychological trauma. With Mark Davis of ABC Medical and SCCO’s Michael Harris.
15 - 16 October
This course is an overview of the whole cranial concept, covering the five phenomena as explained by Sutherland.
12 - 16 September
POD 2018/19 - NOW OPEN
We are now taking bookings for the 2018/19 Paediatric Diploma.
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A leading provider of postgraduate training in cranial osteopathy. The SCCO offers the highest standard of training and the first recognised qualification in cranial osteopathy.
All osteopaths listed on our 'Find an Osteopath' feature have trained with the SCCO. Members (MSCCO) have completed basic level training and Fellows (FSCCO) are expert who have completed extensive training with the SCCO.
Perfect for anyone who is curious about the anatomy and function of these areas and would like to discover more about the five principles of osteopathy.
Introducing the key concepts of the five phenomena as a way of studying and understanding the body as a whole.
Once every two years we run a shorter version of our Module 2 course designed for ESO graduates.
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We are offering our London Module 2 for £950 on a non-residential basis. We also have charitable bursaries of £150 available for recent graduates. Please call the office on 01453 767607 for further details.
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