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INPP Practitioner Training.

       

 

If you are a professional working with children and adults who have learning or functional challenges, then this course will interest you.

HOW we learn and function is much more than just a brain-based activity.  Our body primes our brain for learning, supports and helps us learn throughout our lives.

The INPPTM Practitioner Course helps you understand the basic neuro-motor and sensory maturity aspects of development that impact learning.  It teaches you how to identify and address immaturity in the neuromotor and sensory systems of your clients.

Professionals working with clients who experience learning challenges and functional difficulties use the INPP Method to examine and assess how their client’s body prepares the brain for learning from an early stage in life and how it is currently functioning.

Practitioners learn how the body and brain can change to enhance and support the learning process for each client using neurodevelopmental theory and practice. 

“If we don’t pay attention to the body and what it is telling us about how we function, then, we are missing some of the greatest clues and cues about understanding how we learn.  The body often shows us the blocks that get in the way of learning, functioning and fulfilling our potential.”  [Dr Christine Payard (PhD)]

The INPP Practitioner’s Course teaches participants to assess and integrate primitive reflexes, develop sensory and postural maturity, and support learning and function in children and adults.  It’s non-invasive, gentle, and uses natural developmental movement to address immaturity in the neuromotor and sensory systems that may be negatively impacting learning and function.

INPPTM Practitioner Training is offered Internationally in over 12 countries and in Australia by experienced Neurodevelopmental Educator and Consultant, Dr Christine Payard (PhD). 

 

 

Applications for the next 2022/2023 INPPTM Practitioner Training Course are open NOW.

(Applications close on September 26th, 2022).

 

Download the 2022/2023 Course Information HERE.

 

Submit your application online  NOW

 


 


Become an INPP Practitioner so that you can…

  • Assess and address neuro-motor and sensory immaturity that often underpins learning and functional challenges. 
  • Remediate and improve the maturity of the neuro-motor and sensory systems by using non-invasive, developmental, movement exercises.  
  • Use the proven INPP method.  [Neuro-motor immaturity (NMI) is defined as the retention of primitive reflexes beyond the age of 12 months and/or underdeveloped postural reflexes above the age of 3 years.] You will learn what NMI means, what it looks like, how to assess it and how to address it in a clinical setting. 
  • Become part of an International Network of Licensed INPPTM Practitioners committed to ongoing professional learning and improvement of practice to help others learn and function more effectively.

For over 45 years, children and adults around the world have benefited from this therapeutic intervention programme using the principles of neuroplasticity to help address the issues underlying many functional and learning challenges.

The INPPTM Practitioner’s Course is based on the original work of Dr Peter Blythe (PhD) and written about by current INPP International Director, Sally Goddard Blythe.  The course is delivered globally by INPPTM Principals. Australia’s INPPTM Principal is Nueordevelopmental Educator,  Dr Christine Payard (PhD).  

The common curriculum in the INPPTM Practitioner’s course includes 4 modules:

  1. The history and theory behind the INPP Programme;
  2. The INPPTM testing protocol;
  3. The INPPTM therapy and exercise programme;
  4. An exam and assessment module.

Each participant is trained in the INPPTM Method leading to Licentiate Membership of INPPTM International and Certification by INPPTM International.


The 2022/2022 INPPTM Practitioner Training Course in Australia begins on October 13th with online delivery of Module 1.  

Dates:

Module 1: The INPPTM Method:  Introduction and Theory  (Online delivery). 4-day module delivered in 2 parts:  Part 1: October 13th & 14th, Part 2: October 27th & 28th, 2022.  

Module 2: The INPPTM Testing Protocol. (5-day module delivered in Cairns):  January 16th  to January 20th (Monday to Friday), 2023.

Module 3:  The INPPTM Intervention & Exercise Programme. (4-day module in Cairns):  March 28th to March 31st (Tuesday to Friday), 2023. 

Module 4:  INPPTM Practitioner Exam.  (Remote delivery or face-to-face, to be negotiated with participants. 3 -day module). Tentatively set for June 1st to June 3rd.  (Venue and dates for this Module to be confirmed with participants during earlier Modules)

 

Download the Course flier INPP Practitioner Course 22 -23.

 


 

Positions are highly valued and limited.

This course is delivered in Australia by Dr Christine Payard (PhD). 

Sign up for the Waitlist NOW  or ENROL NOW using the information in the Course Flier. 

 

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What others have said about the course and your presenter:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And more recently:

“I’m so excited! I have really enjoyed the course with you. Thank you for your knowledge, your kind attitude and flexibility. So happy to be joining your network!” (O.B. 2021 INPP Trained Practitioner)

If you are a professional educator, allied health care practitioner, psychologist or have a degree aligned with these ways of working, this is likely to be a great course for you. 


QUESTIONS?  WANT TO LEARN MORE?

Watch a recording of our Q & A session  

that was held on August 26th, 2021. 

Note:  There will be some differences in the delivery of the course in 2022/2023, but the questions asked in this recording provide other important background details and address some of the common FAQ’s.

 

 


Submit your application online  NOW

OR

Add me to the WAITLIST and send me information about the next course!


Integrating ThinkingTM does not accept any responsibility for factors such as COVID-19 mandates impacting the delivery of the course.  Changes in delivery of this course will be negotiated with participants if required.

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