• November 19, 2012 - April 19, 2013
    12:00 am

This is a clinical 3-week course comprised of 3 modules. Participants will be instructed in the Bobath Concept problem solving approach to the assessment, treatment and management of adult neurological conditions.

Module I (2-weeks November 19 – 30, 2012) & III (1-week April 15 – 19, 2013) are instructor led clinical learning sessions. This includes utilizing lectures, practical sessions, patient demonstrations and patient treatment  sessions. Module II is a guided self-directed case report to be completed between Module I & III.

Course is open to PT’s and OT‘s .

For more information, read the complete course description.


Catherine Eustace BAppSc(PT), Advanced IBITA Instructor

Course Pre-requisite:

Applicants must have completed a 3-Day Introductory CBIA Course or an NDTA Introductory Course. Applicants must email a scan of their pre-requisite course certificate to complete their application. Out of province participants must scan and email proof of temporary registration in relevant province within one week of course.

Applicants will be notified by email of their acceptance or rejection. Payment will be returned to unsuccessful candidates.


All participants must sign a waiver and a manual handling disclosure to participate in practical component.


Please wear appropriate clothing for undressing during practical sessions,
e.g. shorts, sports bra.


A certificate cannot be issued if non-attendance
to the course is > than 1 day. Also, successful completion and submission of a self directed case report is also required.


Lunch is not included in course fees. Coffee, tea and snacks will be provided during breaks.


King Edward Campus, 1155 East Broadway, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, V5T 4V5



Vancouver Community College
1120 East 7th
Entrance on East 7th

Pay Parking available on East 7th. Street parking free but availability limited
Vancouver Community College Sky train station within easy walking distance
Bike parking at entrance
Broadway bus within easy walking distance

www.vcc.ca/about-vcc/contact-us.cfm Broadway Campus. Get directions
Please note it is NOT 1155 East Broadway but the building next to it

Course will be held in Room 4217. Signs will be posted the first day. Enter thru Main Entrance. Take Elevator to 4th floor where room 4217 is located.

There is a cafeteria in in the Broadway building for lunch or you can bring your own lunch and store it in the refrigerator on the fourth floor.