Course Title: Provide massage treatments

Part B: Course Detail

Teaching Period: Term1 2017

Course Code: SPRT5103C

Course Title: Provide massage treatments

School: 174T School of VE Engineering, Health & Science

Campus: City Campus

Program: C5357 - Diploma of Remedial Massage

Course Contact: Joshua Davies

Course Contact Phone: +61 3 9925 4333

Course Contact Email: joshua.davies@rmit.edu.au


Name and Contact Details of All Other Relevant Staff

Sonny Shoduri

sonny.shoduri@rmit.edu.au

9925 4212

 

 

This unit of competency is co-delivered with:

HLTMSG001

HLTMSG004

Nominal Hours: 150

Regardless of the mode of delivery, represent a guide to the relative teaching time and student effort required to successfully achieve a particular competency/module. This may include not only scheduled classes or workplace visits but also the amount of effort required to undertake, evaluate and complete all assessment requirements, including any non-classroom activities.

Pre-requisites and Co-requisites

This unit of competency is co-delivered with the following:

  • HLTMSG001/EMPL7096C Develop massage practice and
  • HLTMSG002/NURS5361C Assess client massage needs

Course Description

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to prepare for and provide massage treatments using a defined range of techniques and sequences. This unit applies to massage therapists providing general health maintenance treatments. It does not include remedial massage techniques.
        


National Codes, Titles, Elements and Performance Criteria

National Element Code & Title:

HLTMSG004 Provide massage treatments

Element:

1. Prepare client for treatment

Performance Criteria:

1.1 Clearly outline how the treatment will be provided and managed based on assessment and agreed treatment approach

1.2 Explain factors which may interfere with the effectiveness of the treatment

1.3 Inform the client of possible physical or emotional reactions during and following a session, and the appropriate course of action to take

1.4 Follow established protocols to physically prepare the client for treatment

1.5 Confirm client consent for treatment

Element:

2. Use massage techniques and sequences

Performance Criteria:

2.1 Determine treatment sequence, location and degree of pressure according to assessment indications and scope of practice

2.2 Position client to optimise comfort and support while allowing for effective application of techniques

2.3 Maintain client dignity through use of draping

2.4 Maintain therapist postures that ensure a controlled distribution of body weight

2.5 Maintain client-focused attention throughout session

2.6 Adjust treatment techniques and pressure based on client feedback

Element:

3. Monitor treatment

Performance Criteria:

3.1 Use the condition and response of the client during treatment as feedback to the initial assessment

3.2 Use established massage assessment frameworks

3.3 Recognise reactions to treatment and respond promptly if necessary

3.4 Seek feedback during and after treatment, and evaluate need for ongoing or additional treatment, including referral to other health services

Element:

4. Provide advice and resources to the client

Performance Criteria:

4.1 Provide client education in relation to self care

4.2 Answer client queries with clarity, using appropriate language

4.3 Provide accurate details of treatment plans, schedules and recommendations to the client

4.4 Clearly document treatment details and recommendations made


Learning Outcomes



Details of Learning Activities

All class learning materials, notes and other key learning resources can be accessed via myRMIT

at www.rmit.edu.au/learninghub.

A combination of activities will support student’s learning in this course, such as:

• Face-to-face &/or online lectures to cover theoretical and practical concepts for each topic in

the course

• Students will learn to apply their skills and knowledge to work integrated learning (WIL) in the

student & clinical practice environment, during simulations and classroom based learning

• Work experience &/or placements observation of performance in the workplace will be a

valuable part of your learning experience

• Tutorial activities (individually and in teams) to discuss, debate, critique and consolidate your

ideas and extend your understanding around key concepts within specific topics

• Online discussions and activities to support and collaborate with other students in your course

and debate and discuss ideas

• Utilise and develop critical research and cognitive skills to find credible sources of health

information

• Self-directed study time (eg. readings or activities around theory) to enhance and strengthen

your knowledge and understanding of theoretical concepts

• To further facilitate learning students are strongly encouraged to use a range of communication

tools between themselves and their course instructor as well as between themselves and fellow

students by using the online learning platform

• It is strongly recommended that students partner up with fellow students in order to practice

assessment, treatment and palpation techniques


Teaching Schedule

Group A

Group B

Class Topic

7/2

10/2

Introduction to Anatomy - Navigating the Body

14/2

17/2

Rectus Femoris, Vastus Lateralis, Vastus Intermedius, Vastus Medialis

21/2

24/2

Semimembranosus, Semitendinosus, Biceps Femoris, Adductor Magnus, Adductor Longus

28/2

3/3

Assessment 1

7/3

10/3

Tibialis Anterior, Peroneals, Gastrocnemius

14/3

17/3

Soleus, Gluteus Maximus, Gluteus Medius

21/3

24/3

Piriformis, Quadratus Lumborum

28/3

31/3

Assessment 2

4/4

7/4

Pectoralis Major, Pectoralis Minor, Rectus Abdominis

11/4

14/4

Group A: Psoas, Erector Spinae

Group B: No class – Mid Semester Break

18/4

21/4

Group A: No class – Mid Semester Break

Group B: Psoas, Erector Spinae

25/4

28/4

Group A: No class – ANZAC Day

Class moved to Wed 26th April

Group B: Trapezius, Levator Scapulae, Latissimus Dorsi

2/5

5/5

Assessment 3

9/5

12/5

Supraspinatus, Infraspinatus, Teres Major, Teres Minor, Subscapularis

16/5

19/5

Rhomboids, Deltoid, Biceps Brachii, Triceps Brachii

23/5

26/5

Assessment 4

30/5

2/6

Temporalis, Masseter, Frontalis, Sternocleidomastoid

6/6

9/6

Flexor Carpi Radialus, Flexor Carpi Ulnaris, Palmaris Longus, Pronator Teres, Brachioradialis, Extensor Carpi Radialis, Supinator

13/6

16/6

Assessment 5

Develop massage practice                                                                              HLTMSG001/EMPL7096C

Assess client massage needs                                                                          HLTMGS002/NURS5361C

Provide massage treatments                                                       HLTMSG004/SPRT5103C

Date

Class & Activities

 

13th Feb

Introduction to massage, Therapeutic massage & trigger points

 

20th Feb

Therapeutic massage and trigger points, and endangerment sites 

 

27th Feb

Therapeutic massage and trigger points 

 

13th Mar

Labour Day

 

20th Mar

Therapeutic massage and trigger points 

 

27th Mar

Sports massage

 

3rd Apr

Sports massage & Contraindications

 

10th Apr

Active, Passive and Resisted testing  -  Anatomy & Trigger Points of Pelvis & Thigh: Quadriceps, Hamstrings & Adductors

 

17th Apr

Easter Monday

 

24th Apr

Anatomy & Trigger Points of Pelvis & Thigh

 

1st May

Anatomy & Trigger Points of Spine & Thorax

 

 8th May

Anatomy & Trigger Points of Shoulder

 

15th May

Anatomy & Trigger Points of Shoulder

 

22nd May

Anatomy & Trigger Points of Head, Neck & Face

 

29th May

Anatomy & Trigger Points of Forearm & Hands & Review class and endangerment sites

 

  5th Jun

Sport massage assessment – treatment, endangerment sites & active, passive and resisted testing

 

  12th Jun

Queen’s Birthday

 


Learning Resources

Prescribed Texts


References


Other Resources


Overview of Assessment

This unit is part of an integrated program.
You must demonstrate Performance and Knowledge Evidence of the unit in order to be deemed competent.
Assessment methods have been designed to measure achievement of each competency in a flexible manner over a range of assessment tasks.
You may be assessed by:
• Oral or written questioning
• Oral presentations
• Assignments and projects
• Direct observation of actual work practice
• Presentation of a portfolio of evidence which may comprise documents, and/or photographs and/or video and/or audio files
• Work-based activities
• Third-party feedback from a work supervisor/employer
Primary assessment involves on-going practical and applied assessment in a clinical workplace or simulated environment such as a supervised student clinic or at a Work Integrated Learning (WIL) placement activity.
 
Competency based training requires you to be in attendance in order for assessment to be undertaken.
 
Feedback will be provided throughout the semester in class and/or online discussions, through individual and group feedback on practical exercises and by individual consultation.
 
All Assessment tasks should be performed or submitted by their due dates.
If due to illness or other unforeseen circumstance, you are unable to attend on the due date of an assessment (e.g. test, examination, oral, etc.) OR you do attend, but your performance has been affected, you may submit an APPLICATION FOR SPECIAL CONSIDERATION within 2 working days of the due date. If Special Consideration is granted, you will be given the opportunity to complete/repeat the assessment task at a later date. For advice on this application please visit www.rmit.edu.au/students/specialconsideration  or speak to your Program Coordinator.
If due to illness or other unforeseen circumstance, you are unable to submit by the due date  (e.g. assignment, report, project etc.):
•         you may submit an APPLICATION FOR EXTENSION OF TIME FOR SUBMISSION OF ASSESSABLE WORK for an extension of time of up to seven (7) calendar days or less. This must be lodged with the Program Coordinator 1 working day before the original due date. If granted, you will have the opportunity to submit up to 7 days later than the original due date. For advice on this application please visit www.rmit.edu.au/students/assessment/extension  or speak to your Program Coordinator.
Or:
•         you may submit an APPLICATION FOR SPECIAL CONSIDERATION within 2 working days of the due date. If Special Consideration is granted, you will be given the opportunity to submit the assessment task more than 7 days after the original due date. For advice on this application please visit www.rmit.edu.au/students/specialconsideration  or speak to your Program Coordinator.
 
You are expected to prepare all assignments and other written work in a professional manner. More information on general academic study and writing skills can be found on the “Learning Lab” http://emedia.rmit.edu.au/learninglab/. All work submitted for assessment must be submitted electronically unless otherwise advised.
 
Students must keep a copy of all submitted assessments including electronic copies.
Harvard style is used for all referencing and for bibliography.
 RMIT University has a strict policy on academic integrity and plagiarism and. Please refer to the website for more information on this policy. www.rmit.edu.au/students/academic-integrity
 If you have a long term medical condition and/or disability it may be possible to negotiate to vary aspects of the learning or assessment methods. You can contact the program coordinator or the Disability Liaison Unit if you would like to find out more.
 Your rights and responsibilities as a student can be found at http://www1.rmit.edu.au/students/rights-and-responsibilities 
This course assessment conforms to RMIT assessment principles, regulations, policies and procedures which are described and referenced at www.rmit.edu.au/students/assessment
 Credit transfer and RPL
Credit transfer is available to students who have already completed the same or similar courses. Recognition of prior learning is available to students who have relevant prior skills or experience. Please refer to http://www.rmit.edu.au/browse;ID=8u7jborsx9dy
 
Assessment Tasks
The assessment tasks in this unit of competency replicate the necessary skills and knowledge required to provide massage treatments within the industry. The assessment task for this unit of competency are:

1. Clinic Skills Checklist

2. Theoretical and Practical Exams

3. Verbal Questioning  

 

ASSESSMENT METHODS/TYPES OF EVIDENCE: 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NATIONAL UNIT CODE : HLTMSG004

NATIONAL UNIT NAME: Provide Massage Treatments

RMIT CODE: SPRT5103C

Co-deliver: HLTMSG001/EMPL7096C Develop massage practice & HLTMSG002/NURS5361C Assess client massage needs

Elements

Performance Criteria

Related Assessment Tasks

Assessment Method/

Types of Evidence  

1.      Prepare client for treatment

 

1.1   Clearly outline how the treatment will be provided and managed based on assessment and agreed treatment approach

 

Clinic Skills Checklist

Workplace Performance

1.2   Explain factors which may interfere with the effectiveness of the treatment

Clinic Skills Checklist

Workplace Performance

1.3   Inform the client of possible physical or emotional reactions during and following a session, and the appropriate course of action to take

Clinic Skills Checklist

Workplace Performance

1.4   Follow established protocols to physically prepare the client for treatment

Clinic Skills Checklist

Workplace Performance

 


Assessment Tasks

Develop Massage Practice - HLTMSG001/EMPL7096C

 

 

Written assignment: Due 3rd March 2017 via turnitin link before  

  • Part 1 – History and Key features of the massage industry
  • Write a detailed summary of the philosophies of massage therapy and their historical development
  • Give a definition of reflexology & aromatherapy
  • Stages of tissue repair
  • Describe the key feature of the following health services and their relationship to remedial massage:
    • Physiotherapy
    • Osteopathy
    • Chiropractic
    • Exercise physiology
    • Dietetics
    • Naturopathy
  • What role does massage play within modern Australian society?
  • List 3 professional massage networks or industry bodies and discuss what role they play within the massage industry

 

  • Part 2 – Different models of massage, business goals & components of sustainable practiceDue 8th May 2017 via turnitin link  

 

  • Select 3 types of conditions you would like to work with within the massage industry
  • For the you 3 groups selected you are require to outline the most common types of treatment required for these 3 groups
  • Develop goals for treating the 3 clients selected above and how reflect values and philosophies of massage therapy
  • Discuss 3 types of professional roles and employment opportunities you could undertake with the 3 chosen conditions above
  • Sustainable practice:
    • Economic – is there high demand for the massage services you have chosen to work with?
    • Environmental – How will you create goals to work within the environmental challenges we face as a society?
    • Human – How will you look after yourself when working within the industry and how will you professionally develop yourself?
    • Social responsibility – What challenges will your specific 3 groups face and how can you help overcome these challenges?   

 

 

 

 

Structured reflection: Due 29th May 2017 & submitted via turnitin link

Understanding of what is required to be a remedial massage therapist is vital to be successful. During this assessment you will be asked to reflect on previous goals and aspirations completed during your written assignment. You will be asked a series of questions that will allow you to reflect on your goals and aspirations within the allied health industry. For further information refer to the assessment tool on blackboard.

 

 

Law & Ethics: Written knowledge assessment task: Due 14th June 2017 via turnitin link

This written task is designed to engage you in the process of creating a workplace policies and procedures document, by drawing upon you knowledge and understanding of an organisation’s legal and ethical compliance requirements and responsibilities. For further information please refer to the assessment tool in the Law & Ethics folder on blackboard.

 

 

Assess Client Massage Needs - HLTMSG002/NURS5361C

 

Clinic skills observation log:  Due 9th June 2017 - must be completed in clinic before this date   

During clinic in semester 1 you will be required to satisfy the requirements of your observation checklist within the clinical setting. Please refer to the clinic observation logs located within your clinic folder

 

Practical Assessments x 5:

  • Each practical assessment will assess a region at a time which you will be required to demonstrate the following:
    • Practical assessment (1): Group (A) 2/2/17         Group (B)  3/3/17
    • Practical assessment (2): Group (A) 28/3/17       Group (B)  31/3/17 
    • Practical assessment (3): Group (A) 2/5/17         Group (B)  5/5/17
    • Practical assessment (4): Group (A) 23/5/17       Group (B) 26/5/17 
    • Practical assessment (5):  Group (A) 13/6/17      Group (B) 16/6/17 

 

 

 

Provide Massage Treatments - HLTMSG004/SPRT5103C

 

Clinic skills observation log:  Due 9th June 2017 - must be completed in clinic before this date

During clinic in semester 1 you will be required to satisfy the requirements of your observation checklist within the clinical setting. Please refer to the clinic observation logs located within your clinic folder.

 

Sport Massage Practical Assessment:  Due 5th June 2017

  • You will be required to complete a sports massage within 30min, demonstrating various massage techniques, how to perform Active (AROM), Passive (PROM) and Resisted Range of Motion, document your findings, re-test and document finding post treatment and discuss endangerment sites.

 


Assessment Matrix

 

ASSESSMENT METHODS/TYPES OF EVIDENCE:

Interview/ Verbal Questioning

Self-Reflections

Assignment/ Project

Case Study or Role Play

Third Party Verification

Workplace Performance

Research or Report

Portfolio of Evidence

Written Tasks

 

 

NATIONAL UNIT CODE : HLTMSG002

NATIONAL UNIT NAME: Assess client massage needs

RMIT CODE: NURS5361C

Co-deliver: HLTMSG001, HLTMSG002, HLTMSG004

Elements

Performance Criteria

Related Assessment Tasks

Assessment Method/

Types of Evidence  

  1. Determine scope of client needs

1.1   Clarify client expectations

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

1.2   Provide clear information about scope and limits of services to be provided

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

1.3   Collect accurate, relevant and organised health record and document in a form which can be interpreted readily by other professionals

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

1.4   Recognise needs that are beyond scope of own practice, and make referrals to other health care professionals as required

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

 

1.5   Identify and respond to any barriers to information gathering and assessment

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

 

1.6   Seek client information respectfully and sensitively, using purposeful, systematic and diplomatic questions

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

 

1.7   Manage information in a confidential and secure way

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

  1. Make a physical assessment

2.1.Advise client about the physical assessment process and obtain client consent to proceed

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

2.2.Follow clinical and practitioner hygiene protocols

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

2.3.Respect client dignity and anticipate potential sensitivities

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

2.4.Seek client feedback on comfort levels through assessment process

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

 

2.5.Assess client through palpation, observation and range of motion (ROM) testing

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

 

2.6.Identify and respond to

contra-indications to massage treatment

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

 

2.7.Accurately document assessment findings

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

  1. Determine and communicate treatment approach

3.1   Determine treatment needs by integrating findings from physical assessment, observation and communication

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

3.2   Discuss assessment and rationale for treatment with the client

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

3.3   Respond to client enquiries using language the client understands

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

3.4   Discuss referral and collaborative option with the client as required

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

Critical Aspects of Assessment

Skills must have been demonstrated in the workplace or in a simulated clinical environment that reflects workplace conditions. The following conditions must be met for this unit:

 

 

  • use of suitable facilities, equipment and resources, including:
  • client information – case history
  • private consultation area
  • adjustable height massage table
  • towels/sheets for draping
  • oils/balms
  • hot/cold packs
  • bolsters

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

  • modelling of industry operating conditions, including provision of services to the general public

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

  • clinic supervision by a person who meets the assessor requirements outlined below for at least 60 of the 80 hours of client consultation work

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

Assessors must satisfy the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) 2015/AQTF mandatory competency requirements for assessors.

In addition, assessors must:

  • have current clinical experience working as a massage therapist providing services to the general public
  • hold practising membership of an Australian professional body that represents massage therapists
  • fulfil the continuing professional development requirements of the professional body to which they belong

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

Performance Evidence  

The candidate must show evidence of the ability to complete tasks outlined in elements and performance criteria of this unit, manage tasks and manage contingencies in the context of the job role. There must be evidence that the candidate has:

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

  • performed the activities outlined in the performance criteria of this unit during a period of at least 80 hours of massage client consultation work

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

  • prepared for and managed at least 40 massage assessments - clients must include males and females from different stages of life with varied presentations

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

  • completed physical assessments using palpation, observation and active, passive and resisted ROM testing

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

  • interacted effectively with clients:
  • clearly articulated information about services, treatment options and rationale
  • engaged clients in decision making

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

KnowledgeEvidence

The candidate must be able to demonstrate essential knowledge required to effectively complete tasks outlined in elements and performance criteria of this unit, manage tasks and manage contingencies in the context of the work role. This includes knowledge of:

 

 

  • legal and ethical considerations (national and state/territory) for client assessment:
  • codes of conduct
  • duty of care
  • informed consent
  • mandatory reporting
  • practitioner/client boundaries
  • privacy, confidentiality and disclosure
  • records management
  • working role boundaries
  • working within scope of practice
  • presenting symptoms that require referral to a medical practitioner
  • work health and safety

Clinic Skills  Observation Log & Knowledge and Skills Assessment

Workplace Performance/ Written Task

  • referral options for massage practitioners, including:
  • professional health services including complementary health modalities
  • community resources and support services

 

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

 

Workplace Performance

 

  • factors and barriers that may impact on massage assessment:
  • physical
  • psychological
  • cultural

Clinic Skills  Observation Log & Knowledge and Skills Assessment

Workplace Performance/ Written Task

  • factors that affect individual health status:
  • age
  • gender
  • constitution
  • lifestyle
  • diet
  • personal and medical history
  • values and attitudes
  • balance of rest and activity
  • physical environment
  • social environment

Clinic Skills  Observation Log & Knowledge and Skills Assessment

Workplace Performance/ Written Task

  • client information required prior to physical assessment, including:
  • case history
  • client expectations

 

 

 

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

 

 

 

Workplace Performance

 

 

 

 

  • considerations for performing physical massage assessments:
  • environment
  • equipment
  • client privacy
  • client instructions

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

  • physical assessment techniques, how and when they are used, including:
  • postural assessment
  • range of motion (active, passive and resisted)
  • palpation

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

  • contraindications to treatment and possible indications for referral, including:
  • protracted pain or pain which is non re-producible or neural in origin
  • fatigue
  • circulatory disorders
  • inflammation
  • lumps and tissue changes
  • rashes and changes in the skin
  • oedema
  • mood alterations
  • infection
  • changes in habits such as appetite elimination or sleep
  • bleeding and bruising
  • nausea, vomiting or diarrhoea
  • temperature-hot or cold

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Knowledge Assessment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Written Tasks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • major muscle anatomy, including:
  • surface anatomy
  • origin and insertion
  • palpable bony landmarks
  • reciprocal inhibition, antagonist/agonist, synergists
  • actions including individual actions, planes and synergistic groups of the following muscles:
  • temporalis
  • masseter
  • frontalis
  • sternocleidomastoid
  • trapezius
  • levator scapulae
  • latissimus dorsi
  • supraspinatus
  • infraspinatus
  • teres major
  • teres minor
  • subscapularis
  • rhomboids
  • pectoralis major
  • pectoralis minor
  • rectus abdominis
  • quadratus lumborum
  • psoas
  • erector spinae
  • gluteus maximus
  • gluteus medius
  • piriformis
  • quadriceps
  • tibialis anterior
  • peroneals
  • hamstrings
  • adductor magnus
  • adductor longus
  • gastrocnemius
  • soleus
  • deltoid
  • biceps brachii
  • triceps brachii
  • flexor carpi radialus
  • flexor carpi ulnaris
  • palmaris longus
  • pronator teres
  • brachioradialis
  • extensor carpi radialis
  • supinator

Knowledge and Skills Formative Assessment x 5 Regions

Written & Practical Tasks

 

  • skeleton:
  • bones of the body
  • major bony landmarks
  • surface anatomy and palpable bony landmarks
  • bone growth and remodelling

Knowledge Assessment

Written Tasks

 

  • joints:
  • joint classifications – fibrous, cartilaginous, synovial (glide, plane, ball/socket, saddle, hinge, condyloid, pivot)
  • joint actions

Knowledge and Skills Formative Assessment x 5 Regions

 

Written & Verbal Tasks

 

  • physiology:
  • soft tissue:
  • muscle contraction
  • muscle physiology (reflexes, chemistry, proprioceptors)
  • tendons and ligaments
  • fascia

Knowledge Assessment

Written Tasks

 

  • hard tissue:
  • bone growth and development
  • abnormal bone growth

Knowledge Assessment

Written Tasks

 

  • recognition of in terms of contra-indications:
  • inflammation (cardinal signs, physiology at cellular level)
  • injury and wound healing (acute/chronic, stages, grades)
  • pain types
  • tendinopathy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Knowledge Assessment

 

Written Tasks

 

Foundation Skills

 

 

Core Skills from the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF)

  • Reading

Knowledge and Skills Formative Assessment x 5 Regions

Written and Practical Tasks

  • Writing

Knowledge Assessment

Written Tasks

  • Oral Communication

Clinic Skills  Observation Log Practical Exam

Workplace Performance

Written Tasks

  • Numeracy

Knowledge and Skills Formative Assessment x 5 Regions

Written and Practical Tasks

  • Learning

Clinic Skills  Observation Log Knowledge and Skills Formative Assessment x 5 Regions

Workplace Performance

Written and Practical Tasks

Employability Skills from the Core Skills for Work Framework (CFW)

 

 

  1. Navigate the world of work

1a. Manage career and work life

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

1b. Work with roles, rights and protocols

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

  1. Interact with others

2a. Communicate for work

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

2b. Connect and work with  others

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

2c. Recognise and utilize diverse perspectives

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

  1. Get the work done

3a. Plan and organise

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

3b. Make decisions

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

Workplace Performance

3c. Identify and solve problems

 

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

 

 

Workplace Performance

 

 

3d. Create and innovate

 

Clinic Skills  Observation Log

 

Workplace Performance

 

3e. Work in a digital world

Clinic Skills  Observation Log Checklist

 

Workplace Performance

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