The Sherborne Association course structure:
Basic level 1 course
minimum 6 hour introductory course on Sherborne Developmental Movement (SDM)
Aim: to provide an overview of SDM
Basic Level 2 course
minimum 6 hour follow-up course
Aim: to share and reflect on practice; to develop observation and analysis skills; to develop planning and management skills; to extend personal movement vocabulary
1 - attendance at a Basic Level 1 course
2 - minimum 6 months experience using SDM
3 - submit to tutor at least 10 days prior to course a registration form giving details of prior SDM experience, client group, any queries etc.
Advanced Practitioners Course (APC)
Internationally accredited 3 day residential course
Aim: to extend participants' skillbase through a deepening awareness of SDM theory, philosophy, psychological aspects and application in various fields
1 - attendance at Basic Course 1 & 2.
2 - to have been actively using SDM for at least a year post Level Two course.
3 - to have maintained a record of work done e.g. logbook, dated video, written record / photos, to be available for analysis during APC.
4 - to be a member of the Sherborne Association UK
International Course Leaders certificate
Aim: To qualify participants to become Sherborne Association workshop / course leaders.This course is undertaken individually under the supervision of an Association Course Leader
1 - to have completed Advanced Practitioners Course
2 - to have at least 1 years practical experience in SDM since completing the Advanced Practitioners Course
3 - participants are required to write an essay on agreed topic of between 2500 and 5000 words
4 - participants are required to plan and lead a level 1 course
5 - to be a member of the Sherborne Association UK
The home of Sherborne Developmental Movement in the UK