Rebound Therapy Training

HEADS Training facilitate a range of specialist Rebound Therapy Training courses including:

  • Rebound Therapy for SEN – 2 day course – accredited Level 2 course with One Awards

  • Rebound Therapy Refresher Training – recommended every 3 years once you have completed the Level 2 course

Rebound Therapy for SEN  Course Dates

One Awards Level 2 Accredited Course – £425.00 per delegate (NOTE: as part of the course all delegates will now receive a copy of the Rebound Therapy for SEN Compendium as part of the course.

All of our courses are facilitated at the Rob Armstrong Rebound Therapy Training Centre, Hadrian School, Newcastle upon Tyne

Course dates for 2021/22

28/29th September 2021 – 2 day course
18th October 2021 – 1 day refresher course
24/25th November 2021 – 2 day course
24/25th January 2022 – 2 day course
29/30th March 2022 – 2 day course
28th April – 1 day refresher course
22nd/23rd June 2022 – 2 day course

COVID Measures

Due to the risk that COVID 19 presents HEADS Training has strict measures and risk assessments in place to make this course as safe as possible for all delegates:

We are limiting the number of people who attend the training so social distancing can take place
Strict hygiene protocols in place
Regular cleaning of the trampolines
There will be no interaction with delegates and children

Course Tutor: Chris Rollings, Head Teacher at Hadrian School

This specialist two day course has inspired Teachers, Teaching Assistants, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists and Parents to work confidently on the trampoline.

What is Rebound Therapy?

The phrase “Rebound Therapy” describes the use of trampolines in providing therapeutic exercise and recreation for people with a wide range of special needs. These include participants who may have profound and complex learning difficulties, severe and moderate learning difficulties, ASD and motor coordination difficulties, dual sensory impairments or sensory processing difficulties.

Rebound Therapy is used to facilitate movement, promote balance, promote an increase or decrease in muscle tone, promote relaxation, promote sensory integration, improve fitness and to improve communication skills.

Programme Outline – Day One

  • Induction
  • Individual Learning Plan
  • Witness List
  • Assembling/Disassembling trampolines
  • Practical session for learners
  • Contra-indications
  • Key sources of information for assessment
  • Pupil Risk Assessment
  • Checklist for readiness
  • Practical session with non-ambulant students using assessment checklist
  • Control of the bed, kipping/dampening
  • Observation of skills
  • Newton’s Law/Quiz
  • Individual shapes for learners
  • Practical session with ambulant students using assessment checklist
  • Safe Practice re-cap
  • Assessment and progressions
  • Homework task- to read handbook, in particular; rationale/code of practice/glossary
  • Disassemble trampolines

Programme Outline – Day Two

  • Assembling/Disassembling trampolines
  • Notes on rationale/code of practice
  • Practice shapes for learners
  • Practical session with non-ambulant students
  • Quiz on rationale/code of practice
  • Practical session with ambulant students
  • Discussion of critical scenarios
  • Practice own skills, shapes
  • Complete ILP
  • Self assessment and progressions
  • Learner satisfaction evaluation
  • Disassemble trampolines

If you would like to book a place on the training please book via our booking tab at the top of our menu page.