This course offers a combined vocational and academic programme of study, which aims to develop human potential and to seek to transform the lives of people with neurological motor disorders. By embarking on this programme, you will develop a range of pedagogical skills combined with knowledge of neurological disability, resulting in you being able to teach children and adults the skills to help improve their daily lives.
This unique course provides the only opportunity in the UK to qualify as a professional conductor to work with children and/or adults with physical disabilities. It is delivered by the National Institute of Conductive Education (NICE) based in Moseley, Birmingham, in conjunction with Birmingham City University.
This course is in the final stages of design and is due to be reviewed and approved to meet our quality standards. The course starts in September 2017.
We'll be publishing detailed information about all our courses for 2017/18 on the website over the next few weeks, as well as fees and how to apply. Sign up below and we'll send you an email as soon as more information is available.
At Birmingham City University, we’re dedicated to ensuring you develop the skills employers need. So it’s essential that we keep our range of courses at the cutting edge of the discipline in an ever-changing job market.
That’s why we’re reviewing our course provision* for 2017/18, bringing in new courses that we know employers are looking for, and updating existing courses with new modules and structures.
We also aim to give you greater flexibility within your course, by making all courses modular in structure, giving you more control over what you learn.
To ensure all new and revised courses fully meet students' needs, representatives of our current students will be part of the course review panel.
We’re investing in our courses to ensure that our graduates are among the most employable in the UK and beyond. More details about new courses and modules will be available on the website soon.
*Please note: all subject areas are being reviewed for 2017/18 apart from the following:
You can apply for the majority of our undergraduate courses via UCAS.
You will need to complete our international application form or via an in-country representative. Links to the application form will be available soon.
Our next University-wide Open Day will take place on Saturday 19 November 2016. Come along to find out more about our courses and see our facilities.
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John Deane, Head of School of Allied and Public Health Professions explains why we are changing our courses.
Birmingham City University is one of the largest providers of nursing and healthcare education in the UK, with more than 7,000 students. That means if you choose to study here, you will have access to some of the most advanced training and education facilities available.
This course is based at the education charity National Institute of Conductive Education (NICE) in Moseley, Birmingham, while practice can take place at other conductive education centres across the UK.
We invest in a great learning environment to give you the best educational experience we can.
This course is currently taught by two full-time and two part time staff, all of whom hold Conductor qualifications. Faculty staff have worked in the field in both the UK and Commonwealth.
The chief executive and director of services of our partner NICE, the National Institute of Conductive Education, Dr Melanie Brown, has a global reputation as a leader in the profession and was the first person to bring Conductive Education to the UK.