Online Courses

LEVEL 1

Online Courses

Designed for individuals with limited medical knowledge such as sports coaches and parents, or those wanting to increase their knowledge in the basic care of common adolescent sporting injuries.

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Medical Emergencies & Lacerations

5 modules | Videos | Certificate | £30

Approx. 1-2hrs training

This course covers key knowledge and skills required to safely manage common medical emergencies  in a pitch-side environment until medical assistance arrives. It will include seizures, asthma attacks, anaphylaxis, cuts and grazes management. If you work in adolescent sport, this is a course that ensures you have the skills to manage medical emergencies which can have life changing consequences.   

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Head & Neck Injury Management

2 modules | Videos | Certificate | £30

Approx. 1-2hrs training

The course covers safe and effective management of head an neck injuries within a sporting environment. It will include when to suspect a concussion and how to manage the child back to full play. It will cover neck injuries, particularly when to suspect a fracture and how to safely manage the player until medical assistance arrives. If you work within a contact sport such as rugby or football, this is a course you cannot afford to miss.   

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Musculoskeletal Injury Management

3 modules | Videos | Certificate | £50

Approx 2-3hrs training

This course is aimed at giving individuals some key knowledge in how to manage common sporting injuries in children. It will cover ligament sprains, muscle contusions, dislocations and fractures. It uses a traffic light system to help simplify the management of injuries, with Red – highlighting injuries which need urgent medical attention, Amber – needing to be removed from play, and Green – they can continue to play. If you are concerned about the decisions you make managing common sporting injuries pitch-side, this is the course for you. 

LEVEL 2

Online Courses

Designed for individuals already working within a medical setting such as nurses, GPs, physios or those seeking to further their expertise in sports injury management.

Available to purchase individually or included as part of the level 2 bundle.

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Head & Spinal Injuries Course

2 modules | Videos | Certificate | £50

Approx. 2-3hrs training

The course highlights key decision making for the diagnoses of concussion and serious spinal injuries. It covers both pitch-side and clinic room assessment, along with appropriate management strategies. If you still have doubts over your ability to diagnose a concussion, or manage a serious spinal injury, this is the course for you. 

The head and spinal injury course will be carried out over two modules, with head injuries mostly relating to concussion diagnosis and management. 

Spinal injuries will cover key anatomy of the spine, fractures and injuries involving the neurological system. It will highlight assessment procedures to be carried out both pitch-side and in clinic, alongside appropriate management strategies for various conditions.

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Lower Limb Course

2 modules | Videos | Certificate | £50

Approx 2-3hrs training

The course highlights common injuries to the ankle and knee sustained within  a  sporting environment. 

Through learning key anatomical structures and how patients present, you will be able to safely manage injuries from fractures to ligament sprains. 

The lower limb course will be carried out over 2 modules, the ankle and knee. 

It will cover the main anatomy and procedures for effective assessment of presenting injuries to the lower limb. 

Alongside this, it will highlight key management decision for injuries such as fractures, ACL and meniscal injuries.

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Upper Limb Course

3 modules | Videos | Certificate | £50

Approx 2-3hrs training

The course highlights common injuries to the shoulder, elbow and hand sustained within a sporting environment.

Through learning key anatomical structures and how patients present, you will be able to safely manage injuries from fractures to dislocations.

The upper limb course will be carried out over 3 modules including the shoulder, elbow and hand. It will cover the main anatomy and procedures for effective assessment of presenting injuries to the upper limb. 

Alongside this, it will highlighting key findings which may suggest more serious injuries such as neck or neurological injuries which may also be present.

Modus Course Authors

Head & Spinal Course

Katy Hornby

Katy Hornby

MBBS MCEM MSc (SEM)
Dip SE.

Registrar in Sports and Exercise Medicine

Katy Hornby is a Sports and Exercise Medicine Registrar working in London at the Institute of Sports, Exercise and Health, and University College Hospital . She has a keen interest in concussion and works for the RFU supporting the HEADCASE programme and lecturing on this topic. She also teaches on the RFU pitchside trauma course. She recently presented a poster at the Berlin International Consensus on Concussion meeting in October 2016 and has written  a number of articles regarding the topic. She is the England Women’s U20s Rugby team doctor and also assists with cover for the Senior Women’s team.

Lower Limb Course

Phillippa Beaumont

Phillippa Beaumont

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy
MCSP, HCPC

Senior Physiotherapist

 

Philippa graduated from Kings College London in 2000. She currently works as a physiotherapy lecturer at Winchester University, alongside running a sports injury clinic based at Wellington College, Berkshire. Her excellent knowledge and skills have been built around a keen interest in sports physiotherapy and rehabilitation,  working at the Commonwealth Games, British Gymnastics, the English National Ballet and more recently the London 2012 Olympic Games. 

Upper Limb Course

Adam Eustace

Adam Eustace

MSc (Sports Ex Phys.), PG Dip (Manual Therapy), BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, BSc (Hons) Sp. & Ex. Science, MMACP, MCSP, HCPC

MSK Specialist Physiotherapist
Director at Modus Education

Adam is the lead physiotherapist at Wellington College & Modus Physiotherapy, carrying out treatment clinics, triage support, injury prevention and pitch side medical support for sporting events. His physiotherapy career has seen him work alongside various sporting institutes, including British Triathlon, England RFU, Scotland RFU and was a lead physio at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. He has presented at various medical conferences, and is the lead clinician on formulating educational material on the courses. 

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