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Fri, 01 Oct


Novotel Hotel Christchurch

Sports Accreditation Training

All members are welcome to attend training events. You can only become a PodiatryNZ Sports Accredited member if you have completed the prerequisites _ information on our website.

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Sports Accreditation Training
Sports Accreditation Training

Time & Location

01 Oct 2021, 10:00 am – 02 Oct 2021, 4:00 pm

Novotel Hotel Christchurch, 52 Cathedral Square, Christchurch Central City, Christchurch 8011, New Zealand

About the Event

Friday 1st October 2021 10 am – 5 pm 

Introductions and Overview Outline and expectations of the workshop

Framework 8.0 Demonstrate appropriate examination techniques specific to the sports patient At the conclusion of this section, participants will be able to:

- Demonstrate knowledge of examination techniques of the lower limb

- Demonstrate knowledge of global examination techniques

- Show understanding of movement analysis

Framework 9.0 

Demonstrate knowledge and interpretation of investigative modalities relevant to the sports At the conclusion of this section, participants will be able to:

- Understand the various technologies available including their indications and limitations. Technologies include:

- CT, MRI, Bone density, bone scan, ultrasound, pressure testing.

- Understand the principles of investigation. This includes:

- Discuss relevant modalities to the patient’s needs.

- Recognise access pathways and time frames

- Analyse and interpret the meaning of test results

Framework 10

Demonstrate an ability to effectively diagnose the patient’s condition At the conclusion of this section, participants will be able to:

- Demonstrate a strong knowledge of podiatric sports pathology, including:

- Hip/pelvis, upper leg, knee, lower leg, ankle, rear foot, med-foot and forefoot.

- Show comprehensive understanding of differential diagnoses in the podiatric sports patient.

Framework 11

Apply management relevant to podiatric practice At the conclusion of this section, participants will be able to:

- Demonstrate skill in effective communication, including

- Planning and implementing education appropriate to the patient

- Contributing to relevant health care teams

- Using appropriate methods of communication

- Recognising cultural and linguistic diversity

- Understanding professional referral networks

- Provide systems to ensure optimal long-term outcomes

Saturday 2nd October 2019 8.30 am – 3.30 pm 

Recap & Overview Recap the previous day’s events and outline how today will work

Practical Case Studies  

Several complex case studies/situations will be introduced and participants will use their skills and knowledge from the previous days learning and prior experience to discuss.  In groups, participants will start working through case studies/situations, using collaboration and group discussion to come up with best practise responses and treatments

Presentation preparation In groups, participants will discuss how they will present their assign case study/situation. Options could include: a role play scenario, fact presentation, shared presentation, telling of a story etc

The presentations need to include all participants and demonstrate to your peers a common understanding and application of knowledge

Group presentations Groups will present their findings. Presentations will include all parts of treatment and explain the reasoning and logic for the treatment.  

Need more information about prior learning and course content, go to our website


  • Sports Accreditation 1st Time

    This is for first time attendees to the Sports Accreditation Training.

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  • Sports Accreditation Repeat

    This is for members who attended the Sports Accreditation in 2019.

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