Injury Prevention and Exercise Rehabilitation

The purpose of this module is to provide the student with a basic understanding of the nature of injuries in sport and in the workplace, including: causal factors, assessment, treatment, management and rehabilitation. This module will enable the student to develop injury prevention measures. The module aims to provide students with the knowledge and skills to recognise potential causes of injury and ability to devise and implement strategies to reduce risk of injury. Students will also be taught how to facilitate the recovery of function, return to physical activity or high performance using evidence-based therapeutic and exercise interventions.

Injury Prevention and Exercise Rehabilitation is a module selected from the Diploma in Sports Wellness and Services.  It enables participants to acquire new skills or deepen relevant skills without the need to pursue a full specialist diploma. As this is a stackable course, participants may choose to complete the remaining modules within the validity period, of 2 years, to be awarded the full Diploma qualification.

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How often do I need to attend the course?

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Mode and Venue


Application Start and End Date


60 hours

Online Learning & Face-to-face lesson at Republic Polytechnic

to be confirmed

Nov 2022 - Jan 2023

Application outcome will be released at least 3 weeks prior to course commencement

Please click on the "Register" button to view the updated course schedule and fees on the Skills Training & Enhancement Portal (STEP).
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