Hi, this is jsut to draw your attention to the extension of the abstract submission deadline for the 3D Analysis of Human Movement Symposium that we are hosting in Salford from 3rd to 6th July this year. We’ve got a really exciting line up of speakers and a particulalry attractive programme to support students. You can read more at our web-site.
The deadline has been extended until Monday 19th February. Abstracts are two pages long and full details of the format can be found at this link. If you’ve got any further enquires then please e-mail: 3dAHMfirstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking forward to seeing you in Salford.
President of ISB Technical Group for 3-d Analysis of Human Movement
A brief note to publicise the Virtual Open Day for our Masters in Clinical Gait Analysis which we are holding on Thursday 17th July at 7:00pm (UK time). This is obviously most relevant to potential students who might like to study with us but it will also be useful to service managers who are thinking about this as a pathway for staff development. This is a three year part-time course delivered entirely by distance learning (it doesn’t require any travel to Salford at all). It is designed for staff from a technical or clinical background who are already employed within a gait analysis service and are enrolling with the support of their employer.
The Open Day will be held over the Internet in a Collaborate® virtual classroom. I’ll talk about aims of the programme, give an introduction to our virtual learning environment, Blackboard, and an overview of the learning activities that are set for students. After that you’ll have a chance to chat in small groups to a number of our other teaching staff.
To attend the Open Day please reply to our Admissions Tutor using this link.
The course starts in late September 2014, for full course details please see our website which also includes a link to our online application system.
If you want to talk to our Admissions Tutor about the programme and how it will benefit you please use this link to e-mail or phone on +44 (0)161 295 6536.