Why become a Conductor?
The BA Hons course in Conductive Education is unique in that it merges theory and practice on a weekly basis. The course is designed to give you all the skills you need to become a qualified conductor and work confidently with children and/or adults with neurological conditions. Throughout the three years of the course you will work alongside experienced conductors and prepare yourself for a future career in this field.
Conductive Education (CE) originated in Hungary at the Pető Institute http://peto.hu/start/en/ however there are centres all over the world employing qualified conductors.
CE needs qualified conductors and this course is the only one available in the UK. For more information on course content and how to apply click below:
There are currently over 100 conductors in the UK working with thousands of children and adults with disabilities such as cerebral palsy, stroke, acquired brain injury, Parkinson’s, stroke and multiple sclerosis. CE merges movement education with general development of life skills including confidence, problem solving, education and communication. CE is not a traditional approach as you will learn and deliver teaching and therapeutic skills simultaneously to help you support people in all aspects of their life affected by the disability.
Check out centres in the UK to see the amazing work being carried out in the field of CE https://www.cepeg.org.uk/resources/centres