C.A.S.E - Collaborative Approach to the Science of Exercise

C.A.S.E. is a brand new learning opportunity for our accredited exercise professionals to gain valuable experience across every aspect of the exercise intervention process. 

This 2-hour session will be facilitated by an Accredited Exercise Scientist, Accredited Exercise Physiologist and a Physiotherapist to allow participants to gain a diverse range of knowledge and expertise from each professional. 

These experts will showcase a client case study before fostering group discussion during the needs analysis and programming portions of the session. For you as an exercise professional, it is all about ensuring you prescribe every exercise with a purpose. 

C.A.S.E. will be unique in that it will provide you with the practical experience and real world examples in a gym setting that you can implement with your clients the very next day. 

We will also be providing you with a fantastic opportunity to collaborate with your peers that will provide a valuable platform to network and share experiences.

C.A.S.E will empower professionals by experiencing best practice communication and referral processes to allow you to thrive in a multidisciplinary landscape and provide the best outcomes for clients. 

This course will cover: 
• Best practice consultation and note taking
• Incoming and outgoing referral process
• Evidence based program development based on the individual needs of the client
• Practical experience prescribing and coaching exercise
• Group discussion to foster collaboration and networking
 

Presented by Mr Mitchell Finn, ESSAM, BExSci & Ms Alice Hyslop, Physiotherapist, ESSAM, AEP

Mr Mitchell Finn, ESSAM, BExSci
During Mitchell's career as an Exercise Scientist he has worked in a diverse range of roles across the scope of an ES. Throughout his undergraduate degree he worked in a commercial gym setting with general populations before spending 3 years as an intern with semi-professional sporting organisations. In his first major role as an Exercise Scientist he worked as a strength and conditioning coach with St Peters Lutheran College. This fostered a desire to inspire and educate youth and adolescents around the importance of exercise and training habits. During this time, he was also able to procure several different contracts in local sporting organisations to provide sports training and strength and conditioning services.

Following these positions, Mitch took a job managing a PCYC gym as it allowed him to continue to engage youth and train a wide range of people. He now also works at Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA) to ensure that AES's have the resources and opportunities to be successful as well as a clearer vision of where to take the industry.

Ms Alice Hyslop, Physiotherapist, ESSAM, AEP
Completing a double degree in physiotherapy and exercise science, Alice is a dual accredited physiotherapist and Exercise Physiologist (AEP) with over 10 years experience in a busy private practice clinic. This multi-disciplinary environment has provided her with significant experience in all musculoskeletal conditions across the life span including sporting teams and chronic disease.

Alice has a specific interest in musculoskeletal conditions and clinical exercise prescription in the ageing adult. Her dual qualifications allow her to combine the effects of hands on treatment and exercise to give her patients optimal injury outcomes. She has developed multiple exercise programs aimed at providing accessible, affordable and effective exercise interventions for musculoskeletal conditions and chronic diseases.

Alice has a passion for continuing professional development in both physiotherapy and Exercise Physiology and sits on the Healthia Professional Development Committee. She is highly involved in the education of recent graduates and enjoys helping junior staff shape their allied health career. Additionally, Alice has provided injury management presentations to the Queensland Water polo teams.
 
 

Schedule

Wednesday, 11 March 2020
6:00pm - 8:00pm 

University of Queensland
St Lucia, Brisbane

 

Rates per person

ESSA Member   $40.00 
Non-Member       $60.00
ESSA Student Member   $30.00
Student Non-Member   $20.00 

Please see terms & conditions for registration type definitions.

Target Audience

Any Accredited Exercise Scientist, and/or early career Accredited Exercise Physiologists.

Important Information 

Prerequisites: Qualification in the field of exercise or sport science or those in the final year of an exercise and sports science degree; Highly recommended for those that have completed the Exercise Prescription and Programming unit of their respective course  
Gym Session: Part of this event will be conducted in a gym, and guided by qualified persons.  A pre-exercise screening tool must be completed by all attendees prior to the evening. 
CPD Points: 2 CPD Points are claimable for full attendance of this event, in Category 1, Further Education, once an ESSA Self-Assessment Tool has been completed. Please refer to ESSA CPD Guidelines for clarification. 
 

Registration

Online: After signing into your ESSA profile, select the blue "Register Myself" button below
Manual Formclick here

Please note:
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Disclaimers

  • All accredited persons, regardless of any professional development completed/ attended must refer to their accreditation’s Scope of Practice/Standards, and only treat/practice within the same.  
  • ESSA confirms that at the date of release, this professional development meets the requirements of the ESSA Continuing Professional Development Points Guidelines. The information contained in this professional development is of a general nature only, and while every effort and care has been taken to ensure that all representations are accurate as at the date of its release, ESSA accepts no legal liability for any loss or damage suffered as a result of any information provided in this professional development. 
  • ESSA recommends that its members seek appropriate independent professional advice specific to their particular purposes and circumstances (including the provision of medical advice to patients) before relying on it. 
When
11/03/2020
Where
University of Queensland St Lucia Brisbane, QLD

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