Corona-virus and training
at Sports Therapy UK


18th July 2020.

Following the recent relaxation of restrictions allowing sports massage and sports therapy services to resume we are delighted to report that similarly, the practical training linked to many of our courses has also successfully restarted.

All students attending practical training with us in the future will be required to conform with our Working Practise Covid-19 Policy which has been implemented utilising all practicable steps to safeguard the well-being of all our students and staff, as well as preventing the spread of the virus. This Policy and Self-Declaration form will be made available to students shortly before attending our practical training.

If you would like to view the steps we are taking to safeguard all those who visit our training centre, please see our Sports Therapy UK Covid-19 Safeguarding Policy by following the link at the foot of this page.

We are in close contact with our awarding body Vocational Training Charitable Trust (VTCT) and will continue to conform with their current educational criteria ensuring our students will be eligible for their chosen award upon successfully completing our course.

We remain fully committed to ensuring you have an enjoyable and rewarding learning experience fully supported by our tutors and all staff at Sports Therapy UK and we are look forward to welcoming you to our training centre.



View our Working Policy Document

Meet Our Staff

Paige

 

Paige

 

Paige gained her degree in osteopathy from the British school of osteopathy in 2015. During her 4 years of studies she worked in multiple clinics within the university treating a wide range of people. After graduating she moved out to Queensland, Australia and worked in a multi-disciplinary clinic as well astraveling along the coast. Since returning she has worked in London, Surrey and Hertfordshire. She has completed courses including treating during pregnancy, dry needling and medical acupuncture.

Paige is a keen football player and plays for a local team which gives her a good understanding of the importance of having the body working at its optimum and preventing injury.

 

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