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Short Courses & Conferences

Short Courses & Conferences

From general interest to advanced level

Alongside its internationally recognised Pathway to Fellowship, the Sutherland Cranial College also organise a range of conferences, retreats, specialist weekends, and lectures – to name just a few – from general interest right up to advance level practice.

A very small selection of our previous courses have included:

  • Third Age Conference
  • Infant Feeding – Advanced Level Weekend
  • Dentistry Workshop
  • Lecture and Workshop with Rachel Brooks
  • Rule of the Artery – Advanced Level Course (with Taster Day)
  • Rollin Becker Memorial Lectures

See the right hand panel for a full selection of what we are currently offering for upcoming courses.

New Courses

We are always planning ahead for the needs of future students and for our faculty to gain new ideas to support osteopaths and meet the changing needs of their patients. We have set up 1 day courses, post course clinical days for all our listed courses and conferences. Having listened to our students who want to further explore ideas or clinical situations following courses. For future requests or ideas for SCCO courses contact Clare Ballard.

Book your Course

Book your Course

Forthcoming specialist short courses and conferences

Prices in euros for UK courses and sterling for German and Spanish courses are approximate and for reference only.

Testimonials

Testimonials

What our short course students have said

“It just feels like a ‘homecoming’ being with the SCCO – wonderful being with like minds. Jo Wildy a highlight. I am in awe of all the dedicated tutors and researchers within the SCCO. Thank you all so much for putting so much into the profession.”

“A very enthusiastic lecturer, at the top of his scientific game; he didn’t try to ‘dumb down’ any of his presentation; he was humorous in the right places. The subject matter was very relevant to our ideas and work.”

“I loved the whole focus of the course and the supportive atmosphere this generated. I loved the smaller size of the group as this meant not only a calmer and more open atmosphere but also that we all got to know each other better. Thank you.”