When and where will this CANpractice course take place?
Your self-directed learning will take place online from Monday 13th September 2021.
The early-bird cut off is Friday the 13th of August 2021.
The last date to enrol for CANpractice is Sunday the 12th of September 2021 unless sold out prior.
The self-paced learning is supported by three weekly virtual classroom sessions taking place each Tuesday night during the course from 6pm to 8pm AEST on the following dates:
14 September 2021
21 September 2021
28 September 2021
The in-person, face to face training will take place at Rydges Sydney (near Central Station) from Monday 11 October 2021 to Friday 15 October 2021 between 8am and 5.30pm AEST.
Food: Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea is provided. Lunch occurs in the delicious Rydges buffet restaurant and dietary requests are catered to by the caring chef!
A final virtual classroom session will take place on Monday 25 October 2021 from 6pm to 8pm AEST.
The complete CANpractice course is 135 hours in total, the international standard for lymphoedema training. This course is recognised by Casley-Smith International.
Course celebration bonus
As a bonus, at the end of your in-person training, you are invited to join us for a few hours of fun celebrating your new qualification with your peers. Included in the price of your CANpractice course is a tour of Sydney Brewery including beer or cider samples, nibbles, networking, celebrating and enjoying an iconic part of Sydney city! This takes place from 5.30-7.30pm on the final Friday evening.
Have fun learning lymphatic massage, compression bandaging, garment prescription and more…
The in-person component is designed to be very practical. You will practice techniques on your peers to ensure you leave confident to start practising you new skills when you leave the course.
CANpractice courses are accredited by the Australasian Lymphology Association (ALA)
The Australasian Lymphology Association is the peak professional body for lymphology in Australia. They have a membership program and a register known as the National Lymphoedema Practitioners Register (NLPR). The NLPR allows practitioners to have their name and practice listed on a national list. Being listed and using the ALA’s “accredited practitioner” logo may assist practitioners with marketing their services.
If joining the NLPR is important to you – we recommend that you check if you can join the NLPR before signing up for the course. You can read about the NLPR here.
CANpractice 135 hour courses are recognised by Casley-Smith International
The international standard for lymphoedema training is 135 hours of training in lymphoedema. This course is recognised by Casley-Smith International.
Courses run with the minimum number of 8 and maximum number of 16 to ensure small class sizes. This allow our teacher to give you the care you need in the practical sessions.
Accommodation, flights and transfers are not included in the cost of this course. Please select accommodation with a fair COVID-19 cancellation policy. If you are travelling from interstate please do not travel with carry-on luggage only. You will have at least 2-3kg of lymphoedema resources to take home with you that will not fit in a carry-on bag,