The Psychology of Movement Tutorial Programme
Take a deep dive into the Psychology of Movement with the Movement in Practice Academy by enrolling on this 9 week tutorial programme. Working at Level 7 (that's Master's level) we'll look at what happens to us socially, cognitively, emotionally and physically when we move.
Enrolment now open for September 2022
When you move, you improve
The perfect combination of evidence, technique and implementation.
What's in the Course?
Theory and Application
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the learning format?
The Psychology of Movement Tutorial Programme is based on the model of small group supervision, where we discuss, present and think about the application of theory and research in business, education, health and social care settings. The settings we discuss will be based on the specific interests of tutees.
How many teaching and learning sessions are included?
There will be nine 2-hour tutorial sessions plus each tutee will have the opportunity to engage in two one-to-one sessions with the teaching team.
Where will the learning take place?
The tutorials and one-to-one sessions will take place over Zoom.
How many students will attend each tutorial?
The tutorial sessions are limited to a maximum of 10 tutees
How frequently will tutorials take place?
Tutorials take place on a weekly basis.
What day and time will tutorials take place?
For the September 2022 cohort – you can choose to attend either a morning or afternoon session. Tutorials will be between 10am-noon, and between 3pm-5pm (UK time). Tutorials will take place on Thursdays.
Please note: you are only required to attend one tutorial per week, either in the morning or the afternoon.
What are the Tutorial Programme term dates?
For the September 2022 cohort the Tutorial dates are: September 22, 29, October 6, 13, November 3, 10, 17, 24 and December 1. Please note: there will be no tutorials on October 20 and 27.
What will happen in the "Theory" sessions?
Theory sessions will be led by Dr Peter Lovatt and will focus on the critical analysis and evaluation of key research and/or theory papers in the psychology of movement. These sessions will take a problem-solving approach and the endpoint of each session will be focused on how the psychology of movement can be applied in the real world.
What will happen in the "Application" sessions?
Applied sessions will be led by Lindsey Lovatt and will focus on how to develop movement based programmes. Sessions will include applied practical techniques, groupwork skills, focus on over-coming barriers to development and support in planning a movement based programme.