Courses & Continuing Education
Coach for Movement-functional Training
The most important element in addition to the medical, pedagogical and psychological elements of all courses and further education is the novel procedure of the renowned sports scientist Mag. Franz Leberbauer.
It reflects the result of many years of intensive research in the field of diagnosis and treatment of damage and injuries. The decades of experience gained from successful work in high-performance sport are incorporated into academic education. The scientific findings were combined and used in derivative form at the academy.
The basic course is a specialization from the university course „Academic Coach for Movement-functional Training“ in the context of the partial legal capacity according to §1,3,4,5,6,7 HG. This provides sports scientists and sports therapists, a completely new training module as a supplement for therapy, health prophylaxis, and sports care.
The basis of this basic course is the novel procedure (MFL) of the renowned sports scientist Mag. Franz Leberbauer, as a result of many years of intensive research work in the field of diagnostics and therapy of damages and injuries, combined and derived from successful work in high performance sport.
After completion of the course, the Movement-functional Coach will have special training programs with millions of training combinations available from the MFL Health Portal.
With the know-how acquired during the basic course, in addition to the fastest possible repair of damages and injuries, an optimized performance and maximum resilience in training and competition can be achieved. Regular use guarantees optimal prevention against sports-specific damages and injuries.
Qualification Sports Therapist
The following competencies relevant for the application of the method are taught in this course in particular:
- Expertise through the diverse examination of various subject areas.
- Social competence through the continuous application of various forms of counseling.
- Methodical competence through the testing and independent application of a complex repertoire of methods.
- Skills to act by increasing decision-making profiles and increasing independence.
The entire course consists of 4 modules with a total workload of 15 ECTS.
1 ECTS is 25 hours of student work. This consists of lectures, exercises and self-study.
To successful graduates of the basic course, a training certificate with the designation „Coach for Movement-functional Training“ is handed out.
- Basic Course „Coach for Movement-functional Training“
- University Course
- Master Course