Conductive Education is a philosophy, one based on the human concept of potential, learning and development of skill. This approach complements a range of existing professional approaches in the field of neurological motor disorders. All courses and workshops are aimed at providing a new, innovative approach to people with movement disorders. This approach can enhance current thinking and practice for professionals in wider fields.Courses are suitable for teachers, therapists, nurses, allied healthcare professionals and others working in the field.

In addition to courses and workshops we are also able to provide short lectures and/or presentations to groups of staff.

The Conductive College

Stand alone days


These days are suitable for those who wish to know more about Conductive Education, e.g. assistants, other professionals, parents


18 January – What is Conductive Education?

8 March – Observing the individual, not the disability

22 March – Facilitating change

26 April – Creative opportunities for spontaneity across the day

24 May – CE as a holistic pedagogy

£60 per session

Please note we also may be able to help your organisation with Bespoke Consultancy for example

  • Observing, and assisting the development of practice
  • Helping teams develop roles
  • Supporting teams through change

Please contact Dr Theresa Kinnersley for more information about any of the above on 0121 442 5556 or email