SAIL leader training
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About The Event
Stay Active and Independent for Life (SAIL) Program Leader Training If you are a health, fitness, nursing or senior care professional, join our online SAIL program. Get the training you need to lead SAIL exercise sessions to assist older adults to improve strength, balance and assist them with their ability to perform daily tasks. Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are included in the course fee.
Jan. 3 to March 22
Through this online program, you will learn to identify motor, sensory, and cognitive systems as components of balance, and understand the role balance plays in the health and physical function of older adults. You will be trained to lead SAIL exercise sessions, helping older adults improve strength, balance and ability to perform daily tasks. The information you take away from the online workshop can be offered to a group class for up to 20 participants on a regular schedule, or it can be integrated into existing clinical, physical, or occupational therapy practices, or into existing exercise programs.Course basics
Each online workshop provides 20 hours of experience. The training includes PowerPoint presentations, videos, practical demonstrations, weekly online discussions and evaluations.
The online workshops are entirely interactive. Instructors lead and facilitate course activities, while students engage in thoughtful discussions that apply what they have learned.
The program is flexible. Since you don't have to be logged in at any specific time each day, you can complete the workshop whenever it is most convenient.Contact eLearning
For questions about SAIL course content or issues with logging into eCampus (the online course system), please contact Pierce College eLearning:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Voice: 253-964-6244 Voice (Toll Free): 877-353-6763