Available courses

    Movember Foundation, GAP4 - INTERVAL, Exercise Medicine Research Institute

    Exercise Physiologist - Induction Training Modules

    This training course is provided for Exercise Physiologists involved in the Movember funded, Global Action Plan (GAP4):
    INTense Exercise foR surVivAL among men with Metastatic Castrate-Resistant Prostate Cancer (INTERVAL-MCRPC): a multi-centre randomised controlled phase III study.

    This course contains a series of modules which must be completed by the exercise physiologist prior to engaging with patients enrolled into this two-year exercise program in advanced prostate cancer patients.

    • Six education modules - provides general information regarding exercise and prostate cancer only
    • Three protocol modules - provides specific information for your implementation within GAP4 trial.

    If you have any questions or concerns, please contact: 
    Dr Nicolas Hart  -   (n.hart@ecu.edu.au)

    TrueNTH - Lifestyle Management for Prostate Cancer.

    Exercise Physiologist - Education Modules

    This course provides a series of education modules for accredited exercise physiologists (AEP) involved in the Movember funded TrueNTH study, as a tool to increase their knowledge on prostate cancer (the disease), barriers faced by men with prostate cancer, the effectiveness of exercise for prostate cancer patients, and detail regarding the screening / programming / management of prostate cancer patients undergoing exercise.

    Please direct any queries to:
    Dr Nicolas Hart - ( n.hart@ecu.edu.au )

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    Exercise for the Management of Cancer: Exercise Oncology Course

    This course is designed to provide the knowledge and skills required to design and implement safe and effective exercise programs for people with cancer. The course also provides critical information required for allied health professionals to provide evidence-based advice about the role of exercise in the management of cancer.

    The course is a pre-requisite for accredited exercise physiologists to run an official 'Life Now Exercise Program'. The Life Now Exercise Program is a 12 week program which aims to help people living with cancer tolerate and recover from intensive treatments through building strength, improving fitness, reducing fatigue and learning how to make exercise a part of their lifestyle. Accredited exercise physiologists who complete the course are eligible to run an official 'Life Now Exercise Program' with the option of patients being subsidised by the Cancer Council of Western Australia.

    The course is comprised of two components, a suite of theoretical modules completed on-line and a one day practical workshop.