Diploma in Kinesiology HLT52415 - 2020
24 high quality professional Kinesiology units plus a supervised clinic unit delivered
over 2 years with 6-12 months extra recommended for completion of work. Enquire about part-time study.
This Diploma training is the most comprehensive training available in Australia, written by Medical Dr Bruce Dewe and his wife Joan Dewe. Following the research done into Super Learning, students hear, observe, feel and do the techniques. The unique assessed student journal system follows the progress students make and ensures study excellence.
The first 10 units included in the Foundation Training relate to the Kinesiology Practitioner Level 4 with the Australian Kinesiology Association. The Diploma relates to level 5.
BKP 101 (and first year) Energisers and Self Testing
BKP 102 Manual Muscle Testing
This first unit is all about teaching you how to take care of and balance yourself. The practitioner must stay healthy in body and mind to be able to help others. These techniques can also be used to teach clients some basic skills they can use at home to help themselves between consultations. Setting well worded powerful goals is the basis of a good Kinesiology balance. In this unit you will learn the skills for goal setting that will be used in every balance in the future.
Learn the art of muscle testing, which is the basis of Kinesiology. You learn to balance other people, using brain/muscle feedback, known as muscle testing or muscle monitoring, to identify dysfunctions and stress. You also learn how to identify and correct the most common causes of disorganisation in the brain.
BKP 103 The Chinese 5 Elements
BKP 104 Kinesiology and Superficial Connections
This unit introduces you to the Chinese 5 Element Theory to balance the energy using colour, sound and the emotions. Here you will learn techniques to correct and confirm the changes you make in a 5 Element balance and using food to strengthen muscles, meridians and organs.
Learning about the 'yang'energy pathways and associated muscles gives you tools to balance all major energy pathways in the body. Using the direction of energy flow you will learn a number of effective ways to improve and restore balance to meridians and their related muscles and organs. Discover how you can use a surrogate for a client who is too young or sick to be tested
Learn how to use surrogate muscles and balance muscles or organs surrogating energetically for an area in the body that is depleted. Begin taking a professional Health Record.
BKP 105 Five Elements In-depth
BKP 106 Professional Skills Balancing Protocol with PKP Database
Learning the 5 Element principles in depth and working with the full chart of emotions takes you to a whole new level of knowledge. An extra 14 muscles allow you a greater variety of ways to balance the client. You will also learn how to identify and use one single correction to return the person to balance.
This unit brings much of what you have previously learnt together. Using the specialised PKP protocols that have been evaluated in Dr Eardley's research, you will learn how to use finger modes to find the priority correction. You'll learn a system to go back in time to balance stressful times that affect us today. At this point you begin to step into your practitioner role.
BKP 107 Pain Reduction
BKP 108 Balancing with Food
This unit teaches you how to evaluate and reduce pain using a number of simple and powerful techniques. This is a favourite with most students as these tools can bring effective pain relief . By the end of this weekend many students have dealt with their own pain. Pain reduction with a great set of tools attract clients to a Kinesiology Practice.
Understand and balance the stages of nutrition and the chain of life. Learn about food combining and the concept of bio-genic, bio-static and bio-cidic foods. Learn how to test for foods that enhance a client's health and wellbeing.
BKP 109 Advanced Muscle Techniques Reactivity and Posture
EMS 201 Mastery of Emotional Stress Release
Understand how to assess and correct reactivity programmed into muscle circuits and meridians.Balance posture and muscles for flexibility and easy movement.
This unit deepens your skills working with emotions and adds great value to basic training. Learn to use brainstorming, video-rewriting, intuition, clear communication about needs and feelings, imagery, active listening, role play, jewel symbology and much more.
Pre-requisite for all advanced units.
EMS 302 Subconscious Self-Perception
ECO 201 Lifestyle and Dietary Modification
Learn how to find and work with the subtle messages that interfere with achieving your desired outcomes in life. Clear self talk known as sabotage programs, misperceptions and misunderstandings and hypnotic messages that hold us back from living our potential.
Learn about integration of organ energy, balancing dysfunctional tissue, nutritional analysis, and resolve conflicts and reversals with food.
Important new skills include adding and deleting foods, lifestyle changes, liver function, Riddler Points, deep hydration, sleeper molecules and basic blood sugar balance.
ECO 202 Immune Mismatch Responses, Allergies and Hypersensitivities
ECO 301 Adrenal, Geopathic and Life Energy
Develop skills to help clients with food sensitivities and environmental stress. Work with
sensitivity modes and identify stressful substances so you can assist in resolving causal factors.
Completing this unit will help you increase energy, vitality and high level wellness by balancing fatigue-vitality and adrenal stress, exhauastion and dysfunction. Initiate lifestyle changes and create a personal enhancement programme.
JAF 201 TMJ and Cranials
JAF 301 Ligaments and Joints
Learn to balance the muscles of the jaw and release cranial tension. Balancing the jaw and cranial bones can bring relief from physical tension and pain (headaches), balance posture and improve the ability to focus and learn.
Develop skills and learn Kinesiology techniques to correct energy imbalance in joints and ligaments. Work with shock absorbers, local ligament stretch and general adrenal ligament stretch. Support repair of joints and ligaments with nutrition.
MST 201 Muscle and Skin Activation
MST 202 Shoulder, Elbow, Hand Muscle Protocol
Evaluate and balance skin stretch responses, scars, cranial and hand stress receptors, blood chemistry, hyoid and thymus/spleen imbalances, intercostal muscles, myotomes and dermatomes as well as new methods to anchor in corrections.
You will learn test and correction techniques to release pain, increase the function and performance of the shoulder, arm, hand and fingers. Effective protocols in MST202, MST203 and MST301 are major units to balance and reduce pain. With this unit you will be able to help most non surgical injuries from shoulder to finger tips.
MST 203 Hip, Leg and Foot Muscles
MST 301 Head, Neck and Trunk Protocol
This unit is similar to MST202 except it is for the lower extremities. You will master 'test and correction' techniques to release pain, increase the function and performance of the hip, leg, knee and foot. You will be able to help most non surgical injuries from hip to toe.
The variety of muscles learnt in this unit helps you fine tune areas of the face, eyes, throat, tongue, upper neck and the small back muscles. This can help with the very common neck pain to the more specific muscles used in singing, swallowing and speech.
PIB 203 Basic Brain Integration Skills
VEF201 Flower Essences
Learning difficulties is a topic of high discussion. Learn howw to overcome blockages and blind-spots to learning relating to self-doubt, fear, pain and fear of pain and failure. With better electrical organization and balance and less confusion in the brain, learning is easier and more fun.
This is a 'must take' unit for your own ability to learn and to gain skills to work with children and adults with learning difficulties.
Flower essences open up a whole new world to students.Expand your skills and add Flower Essences to your healing tools. Understand the subtle energies that help re-balance your client's emotional, mental and spiritual well-being. Make up essences, use NZ Flower cards and Bach Flower remedies and balance your own emotional issues.
VEF301 Gems and other Vibrational Energy Fields
Understand inherited factors and vibrational remedies. Apply the frequencies of crystals, gems and spirals for healing. Introduction to homoeopathic frequencies and tissue salts.
VEF302 Metaphysical Energy Fields
Learn how to evaluate and balance chakras, auric fields and polarity issues. Make deep corrections balancing reactivity between chakras and auric fields. Use metamorphic technique to unblock issues relating to prenatal development.
Non Kinesiology units:
Anatomy and Physiology 1 (AP1) & Pathophysiology
8 units completed externally over 2½ years
HLTAAP003 Analyse and respond to Client Health Information AP1 provides a solid basis of all systems of the body. Students will have a good understanding of Anatomy & Physiology and will find this unit straight forward and to the point.
Pathophysiology follows on from AP1 teaching the student to understand pathophysiologies or changing pathologies through observation, physical assessment and analysis of other available information.
In having this detailed understanding of anatomy and physiology and pathophysiology of disease you will be able to implement a problem-solving approach on how to plan, care for and manage your clients.
HLTWHS004 Manage Work Place Health and Safety - Safe Work Practices
HLTINF004 Manage Control of Infection
This unit includes Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) and Infection Control. The student learns the requirements necessary to manage safe workplaces and infection control procedures for the practitioner, clients and general public.
Small Business Planning and Business Marketing
BSBSMB403 Market a Small Business
BSBSMB404 Undertake Small Business Planning
To be a great Kinesiologist is one thing but you must be able to plan and market your business. With this unit students learn to plan their business and also learn proven modern marketing skills to keep your costs down while you bring clients to your door.
CHCDIV001 Work with diverse People This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to work respectfully with people from diverse social and cultural groups and situations, including Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people.
Communication and Personal Reflection
CHCCOM006 Establish and manage Client Practitioner Relationships
CHCPRP003 Reflect on and improve own Professional Practice
This unit describes the skills and knowledge to establish and manage professional one-to-one relationships with clients in the context of providing an ongoing health service or intervention. The student learns the skills and knowledge required to evaluate and enhance their own practice through a process of reflection and ongoing professional development.
Legals and Ethics
CHCLEG003 Manage legal and ethical Compliance Legals and Ethics in Kinesiology describes the skills and knowledge required to research information about compliance and ethical practice responsibilities. The student will develop and monitor policies and procedures to meet those responsibilities.
Nutrition & Recommending Health and Nutritional Products
HLTHPS010 Interpret and use information about Nutrition and Diet SIRXRPK003 Recommend Health and Nutritional Products
This two part unit teaches the student to interpret and use basic information about nutritional principles and healthy diet. Students also learn to safely recommend and provide advice on health and nutritional products and services to customers.
CHCMHS001 Work with People with Mental Health Issues This unit has been designed to help educate you and give you the skills and knowledge to establish relationships, clarify needs and work collaboratively with people who are living with mental health issues.
CHCPOL003 Research and apply Evidence to your Practice This unit teaches you the skills required to gather information of a research nature and critically analyse the information for relevance to your work as a Kinesiologist.
HLTAID003 Provide First Aid First Aid is a requirement of all health practitioners. It is the equivalent of the Senior First Aid. Contact the college for the most up to date name of this unit as it changes from time to time. This is an External Unit to be completed by the student at any stage. This unit is not supplied by KSA and is not included in course price
First Aid is a requirement of all health practitioners. It is the equivalent of the Senior First Aid. Contact the college for the most up to date name of this unit as it changes from time to time. This is an external unit to be completed by the student at any stage. (This unit is not supplied by KSA and is not included in course price.)
Supervised Clinic and Mentored Consultations
Record and discuss at least 150 hours sessions you do with the public, work with at least 40 different clients and become fluent in your professional work.
Attend at least 50 hours of supervised clinic organised by the school.
||Byron Bay Campus
||Saturday 14th March 2020
||Sunday 6th December 2020
||On specific dates