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Free Wellness neuro therapist course (1 year Diploma)

Wellness neuro therapist course

Free  Wellness neuro therapist course (1 year Diploma)

Wellness Neuro therapist: -This job role in the wellness sub-sector is responsible for carrying out rejuvenation massage and pressure techniques to relieve stress as per standard procedure

Brief Job Description:-A wellness neuro therapist may carry out the work in a neuro therapy facility or at the client site. The job includes setting up the work area as per requirement, preparing materials, positioning the client and carrying out the requisite procedure.

The job holder must adhere to instructions given by responsible seniors including Master or Senior Wellness Neuro therapist while carrying out work and related procedures Wellness neuro therapist course.

Personal Attributes: -Should possess an alert mind and physically active body. Should be able to work as per instructions given, be responsible for own outcomes and work in a team if required. Should be polite and calm and be able to communicate with customers with empathy.

Preparing the work area for procedures Wellness neuro therapist course:-

The user/individual on the job should be able to:

 PC1. use appropriate personal protective equipment and/or work attire prior to carrying out the work in line with relevant occupational health & safety guidelines PPE: appropriate footwear; lab coat; mask; gloves; headgear, apron; etc.

PC2. assess potential risks related to work and implement relevant safety measures where applicable

PC3. obtain tools, equipment and materials required for the procedures specified in adequate quantity and designated containers Tools & equipment: weighing scale, height measuring instrument, procedure support stands, etc.

 PC4. arrange the tools in a safe and convenient manner for ease of usage during the procedure

PC5. confirm that the selected tools and equipment are in working order and safe to handle

 PC6. ensure the appropriate environmental conditions for procedures at the site based on the following parameters: Parameters: neat & tidy; good ventilation; appropriate room temperature; adequately lighted; etc.

 PC7. check that appropriate space requirements for each customer for the duration and type of procedure, based on the following factors Requirements: movement requirements of both client and the therapist, posture, height to avoid feeling of suffocation, privacy, etc.

 PC8. ensure that the environment is suitable for procedures of different types of clients including age, sex and purpose

 PC9. check that the bed is set with comfortable mattress, pillows and clean linen

 PC10. ensure any stands for support are stable, rightly positioned as per space and support requirements PC11. change bed linen if soiled and after every procedure as per organizational

PC12. ensure clean towels and sanitizers are available for use as appropriate and positioned conveniently for use by customer and the therapist

Post work activities:-

The user/individual on the job should be able to:

 PC13. rearrange the beds, pillows and stands as per standard requirements post the procedure

 PC14. leave the work area in a safe condition after completing work

 PC15. exercise safe working practices while dealing with tools and accessories

 PC16. follow relevant electrical safety practices whenever required

PC17. return all tools, materials and equipment in appropriate storage location

 PC18. collect used materials such as foot covers, towels, work clothes, etc. and deposit in the appropriate location for laundry service

 PC19. report any work related problems or issues to appropriate personnel in line with relevant regulatory and safety requirements

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Pre-procedure activities:-

The user/individual on the job should be able to:

 PC1. use appropriate personal protective equipment and/or work attire prior to carrying out the work in line with relevant occupational health & safety guidelines PPE: appropriate footwear; lab coat; mask; gloves; headgear, apron; etc.

 PC2. assess potential risks related to work and implement relevant safety measures where applicable

PC3. sanitise hands prior to procedure using appropriate sanitiser Wellness neuro therapist course.

 PC4. ensure personal presentation and grooming is appropriate to convey a professional appearance Personal presentation and grooming: e.g. neatly combed hair, washed and clean hands and face, clean uniform or clothes, trimmed nails, procedure cap and appropriate, odourless socks and footwear, etc.

PC5. read and interpret correctly the neurotherapy procedure requirement given on the recommendation for the specific customer

PC6. estimate time requirements and convey the same to the customer prior to procedure based on procedure specifications and organisational standards

PC7. confirm that the materials, tools and equipment required for the procedure are available at hand and ready for use

 PC8. greet the customer appropriately in a courteous manner

 PC9. ensure to check that there are no new symptoms or conditions that may require attention prior to procedure

 PC10. report any new symptoms or conditions to appropriate authority to check its implications for procedures or further customer advise

 PC11. decline procedures where any new symptoms warrant further requirement or medical attention by informing the customer politely Symptoms: e.g. open wounds, fracture indicated by increasing swelling

PC12. ensure customer is dressed comfortably and any watch, jewellery or mobile phones are stored away safely prior to commencement of procedure

PC13. ensure that the customer is comfortable in the environment for procedure

 PC14. address any customer feedback, request or complaint regarding the environment to the customer satisfaction or appropriate level of resolution as per organisation standards Wellness neuro therapist course.

 PC15. ensure the set-up is as per procedure requirement and organisational standard, adjust the set-up as required for customer comfort and procedure requirements

 PC16. address and respond to customer queries with an appropriate response, provide accurate and relevant information where available, take personal responsibility to come back to the guest with relevant response where required information is not immediately available

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Carrying out procedure:-

The user/individual on the job should be able t

 PC17. politely and clearly instruct the customer to take appropriate position for the specific procedure to be given

 PC18. assist the customer with requisite physical support to achieve desired position, where required, in a professional manner Professional manner: e.g. take permission from the customer, do not touch the customer inappropriately, ensure customer comfort and dignity, check if the customer is comfortable during and after the shift, etc.

 PC19. change the position of the supporting stands as required

 PC20. use materials like talcum powder in the required quantity and for approved purpose as per organisational or specified reference standards

 PC21. ensure the procedure do not cause discomfort or discomfort to the customer

 PC22. apply appropriate massage techniques and pressure as per specifications in the recommendation and standard practice in line with organisational and referenced standards Massage techniques: e.g. feather touch or light massage, deep tissue massage Specifications: e.g. target bodily points (area) for massaging, duration, direction, number of repetitions, extent of pressure, etc.

 PC23. adhere to the specified sequence in which procedure is to be done as per the recommendation

PC24. complete the procedure sequence within acceptable time frames as per organisational standards

PC25. address issues that work against maintaining of a stress and anxiety free environment by ensuring timely and relevant information shared with customer, positive reinforcements, calm and pleasant work environment, etc.

Post work activities:-

The user/individual on the job should be able to:

PC26. check with the customer if they are satisfied with the procedure in a courteous manner

 PC27. check if the guest is experiencing any unusual discomfort post the procedure

 PC28. report any unusual symptoms or conditions to the senior therapist immediately

 PC29. thank customers for their patronage and wish them appropriately

 PC30. rearrange the beds, pillows and stands as per standard procedures post the procedure

PC31. leave the work area in a safe condition after completing work

PC32. return all tools, materials and equipment in appropriate storage location

PC33. collect used materials such as foot covers, towels, work clothes, etc. and deposit in the appropriate location for laundry service

 PC34. exercise safe working practices while dealing with tools and accessories

 PC35. follow relevant electrical safety practices whenever required

 PC36. report any work related problems or issues to appropriate personnel in line with relevant regulatory and safety requirements

 PC37. update records as required post procedure in line with organizational standards

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The Beauty and Wellness Industry in India Wellness neuro therapist course:-

Though the Beauty and Wellness Industry is new in India, there is increasing awareness about health and wellbeing. The beauty and grooming industry in the country is booming, thanks to the growing desire among both men and women to look stylish and feel good.

The urban salon market in India is small by world standards but growing at a rapid pace. A KPMG Wellness Sector report released in April this year projected that the size of India’s Beauty and Wellness Market would nearly double to Rs 80,370 crore by 2017/18 from Rs 41,224 crore in 2012/13. Business is so good that it has caught the aenon of private equity firms Wellness neuro therapist course.

One segment of the beauty business that is doing parcularly well is specialised hair care. An AC Nielsen report esmates the hair care market in India at Rs 3,630 crore, with average annual growth of 20 percent. Another segment expanding rapidly is bridal makeup. Earlier, it was usually only the bride who visited the salon prior to the wedding ceremony, but now friends and relaves oen join her and salons offer special packages for them

One segment of the beauty business that is doing parcularly well is specialised hair care. An AC Nielsen report esmates the hair care market in India at Rs 3,630 crore, with average annual growth of 20 percent. Another segment expanding rapidly is bridal makeup.

Earlier, it was usually only the bride who visited the salon prior to the wedding ceremony, but now friends and relaves oen join her and salons offer special packages for them.
 Quality beauty treatment calls for specialised knowledge – thus training schools are also proliferang. Most salon chains have their own academies. VLCC, for instance, runs 75 different courses.

The government’s Beauty and Wellness Sector Skill Council also runs various training schemes. Naturally, employment opportunies in the sector are booming, too. The KPMG Wellness Report esmates that workforce requirements in the beauty and salon segment will grow from 3.4 million in 2013 to 12.1 million in 2022. Salaries of makeup and beauty professionals vary between Rs 15,000 and Rs 65,000 per month

Beauty Centres and Hair Salons:-The beauty and salon segment includes skin, hair and nail care services. Services are given in order to meet customer’s requirement of mending or fixing personal physical image or look

Product and Counter Sales :- This includes counter sales of beauty and salon products, including cosmecs and toiletries that address age-related health and appearance issues. The products are bought for different beauty requirements

Fitness and Slimming :- Includes service providers involved in the fields of physical exercises, yoga, other mind-body pracces and weight-loss and slimming

Rejuvenaon Centers: – This includes the core spa industry services, including spa operaons, spa educaon, products and events. The sector primarily offers proacve services aimed at relaxing the body and the mind

Alternate Therapy Centers: – Alternave therapies can provide clinical diagnosis and treatments under alternave therapy.

Emerging Unisex Service: – Many organised segments are offering such services and many Unisex beauty and wellness centres are emerging geng acceptance.

Expansion in different areas/ regions: – Apart from urban areas and metro cies, rising awareness is causing the expansion of industry in other areas as well. Low rental and manpower costs also play an important role Wellness neuro therapist course.

 Internaonal beauty brands: – Growing customers is causing internaonal brands to penetrate the Indian market.

Record Card:-

1 You will need the card to find out what treatment the client is booked in for, so that you know what you need to set up.

2 The client’s record card may also give you more informaon about the client’s likes and dislikes, skin type, previous products used and knowledge of therapy techniques that will be helpful to you in deciding which products to select.

3 When you collect a record for a client from recepon, make sure that you check the client’s first name, surname and address carefully to make sure you have the correct card.

 4 Make sure that you collect the correct record for the client, as some may share a surname or even a first name.

 5 You will need to hand over the client’s record card to the Spa Therapist before she/he starts the service.

Sterilisaon and Disinfecon Methods:-

It is just as important to maintain excellent standards of hygiene when seng up for services as it is when carrying out the services themselves. Micro-organisms that may cause disease must be controlled through cleaning and disinfecon or sterilisaon.

Cleaning is the physical process, which removes soil, dust, dirt and organic maer along with a large proporon of micro-organisms from an object. Cleaning is essenal before disinfecon or sterilisaon of instrument and equipment.

The client and the therapist must wash their hands with a liquid soap and water before commencing any service. Soap should be stored in a clean dispenser. Disposable paper towels are recommended to dry hands.

Creams, loons and sprays should be dispensed from purposespecific pump or spray boles where possible. Otherwise, products must be distributed with a disposable spatula.

For the purpose of services, all surfaces that can be disinfected (e.g. metal re-usable implements and work surfaces) must be disinfected aer thorough cleaning between services.

Disinfecon will destroy most micro-organisms except for some spores and some viruses. Disinfectants are used to limit and prevent the growth of microbes. They can be used to clean service areas like couches, trolleys, walls, and floors. Disinfecng jars are useful for disinfecng and storing items during the service use but must be changed regularly

Disinfecon is a sufficient level of micro-organism control when skin is not cut or broken. Disinfectants should kill most bacteria, fungi and viruses and must be used in line with manufacturers’ instrucons. For disinfectants in which tools/equipment are submerged, e.g. roller/clipper heads, scissor and tweezers, the disinfectant soluon should be changed regularly in line with manufacturer’s instrucons.

Sterilisaon is a process which completely destroys all living organisms, including spores, most commonly by use of an autoclave. Sterilisaon may only be performed on metal implements, e.g. scissors and tweezers. Using single-use,

disposable equipment and sterilising equipment or both will significantly reduce this risk. Sanising greatly reduces micro-organisms from the surface of the skin using anbacterial agents, e.g. prewax loons and hand cleansers.

Clean towels and linen must be provided for each client. It is recommended that a wipeable plasc couch covering is used in conjuncon with a disposal couch roll. Dirty linen must be laundered at a minimum of 60 degree Celsius

Some sterilizing chemicals become less effecve aer a period of me and need to be replaced as per manufacturers instrucons

Sanizaon is a process that destroys some but not all known harmful micro-organisms, e.g. bacteria and viruses. Sanizaon is used to prevent the spread of diseases and includes disinfectants and ansepcs..

Ansepcs are used to limit and prevent the growth of microbes and can be used on skin. They should be used to wash hands and wipe over hands and feet.

Some sanizaon products need to be diluted before use. Always read and follow manufacturers’ instrucons on the use of sterilizaon and sanizaons products and equipmen

Storage of Records, Materials and Equipment:-

  1. Storage and confidenality – All client records to be duly filed to protect client privacy and confidenality, so all client records must be stored in a secure way such as in a lockable filing cabinet or, if stored electronically on a computer, this must be password protected. All client records are confidenal and must not be shown to anyone
  2. . Informaon recorded must be accurate.
  3.  Client records must be made available to the client for viewing if needed.

Meditaon for the Giver:-

Our Healing Hands:- So much has been wrien about the body-mind connecon and healing. Our mind connects with universal healing through meditaon, or being aware of this connecon. Each individual has a nave for this healing energy:

Reiki, or Qi, or “warm object” or “hot hands”. When the body, mind and spirit are in balance, then the hands become vibrant sources of energy. When the body is sick, its healing energy is diminished Wellness neuro therapist course.

How can we be effecve healers if we are out of balance?

1 One way to recharge you is to place yourself in a natural environment, such as the woods, seashore, lake, and the mountains. Breathe in deeply. In that quiet murmuring place take six deep breaths from your abdomen-the lower the beer

2 Close your eyes and in your mind, fill in the picture of your surroundings,

especially the warmth of the sun. You may feel ngling in your hands. Ask for renewed energy for your body from the environment. Keep the sun glowing and bathing you in its warmth from the top of your head throughout your body to your feet

3 Ask for the support of Mother Earth and Father Sky. Let this energy both ground and li you

4 As you relax and the energy comes to your hands, put your palms together; take a breath, and then six more deep breaths. Rub your hands together vigorously for ten seconds, then gently bring them apart

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Can you feel swirling warmth in your hands? How far apart can you hold on to this ball of energy without losing it, playing with it, hands close together, then apart, slowly?

Exfoliaon:-

Exfoliaon is the removal of the dead, keranized skin cells on the outermost surface of the skin through mechanical or chemical mean for smoother and fresher look. It is an important part of both professional facials and body treatments.

Types of Exfoliaon Treatments:-

There are two basic types of exfoliaon methods: Mechanical exfoliaon, and Enzymac or Dissolving exfoliaon

 Types of mechanical exfoliaon include dry skin brushing, salt or sugar glows,

body scrubs, fricon, and body polish treatment

The enzyme and dissolving exfoliants are applied to the skin, and then rinsed off. The enzyme uses dissolved keran in the skin, removing dead cells and supporng the natural process of exfoliaon. Spa therapists uses various types of exfoliaon treatments:

Dry Skin Brushing:Body is brushed with natural bristle brushes to desquamate dead skin cells and smulate lymph and blood circulaon.

Wet Skin Brushing: Body is dampened with water, apple cider vinegar or a foaming body shampoo before it is brushed.

Salt Glow: A specialized salt is mixed with oil, body wash, water, apple cider vinegar, or other wet or oily product and applied to the body for smooth skin by increasing the vital energy and smulang lymph and blood flow

Sugar Glow:A sugar glow treatment uses table sugar, brown sugar or raw sugar with water, oil, milk , wine, or a body wash product and are applied to the body to increase circulaon and lymph flow, relax the body and smooth the skin.

Organizational Context:-

The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand:

KA1. relevant health and safety requirements applicable in wellness neurotherapy

 KA2. own job role and responsibilities and sources for information pertaining to entitlements, job role and responsibilities

KA3. inter-dependent functions, lines and procedures

 KA4. who to approach for support in order to obtain work related instructions, clarifications and support

 KA5. importance of following health, hygiene, safety and quality standards and the impact of not following the standards on consumers and the business

KA6. relevant people and their responsibilities within the work area

 KA7. scope of procedures offered by the organization and related standards

Core Skills/ Generic Skills:-

The user/ individual on the job needs to know and understand how to:

SA1. write clearly and legibly in English, Hindi or the local language

SA2. write messages and information with descriptive text using short or long sentences and a range of technical and non-technical vocabulary

SA3. fill relevant activity records in log books, write in local language or English, procedure given, update stock records, etc.

SA4. record daily activities such as customer attendance, procedure time, nature of procedure, feedback, etc.

 SA5. document age, sex, weight of customers Wellness neuro therapist course.

Reading Skills:-

The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to:

 SA6. read English, Hindi or the local language appropriate to accurately interpret customer requirement and procedure on customer’s forms and recommendation cards

 SA7. read safety symbols on materials, tools & equipment used

 SA8. read instructions of information provided in local language related to work

Oral Communication (Listening and Speaking skills) Wellness neuro therapist course:-

The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to:

 SA9. speak in English, Hindi or the local language with clarity to convey messages, basic factual information using a range of technical and non-technical vocabulary

 SA10. can ask simple questions of a factual nature and understand answersexpressed in simple language.

 SA11. inform relevant authority of issues or any or problems in work area in any language understood locally

 SA12. take instructions completely so that no instruction is missed or misunderstood

 SA13. seek clarification and understanding where instructions are not clear in any language understood locally

 SA14. use common procedure terms and technical jargon where required

Professional Skills:-

The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to:

 SB1. when faced with difficult decisions seek clarification from seniors at work

 SB2. take decisions at work within limits to authority and decision making scope approved by organization

Plan and Organize:-

The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand:

 SB3. plan and organize own work in a way that all activities are completed in time and as per specifications

SB4. plan and organize an efficient work environment based on customer and own comfort, procedure requirements, safety, etc.

Customer Centricity:-

The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to:

SB4. display and employ empathy by understanding customer concerns and requirements regarding procedures while addressing their needs at all stages of engagement

SB5. provide customers with all relevant information regarding the procedure including time, requirements, processes and support available

SB6. ensure customer privacy and dignity is maintained at all times including considerations for appropriate levels of protection of customer information, customer attire, customer handling and manner of touch, addressing customers appropriately, etc.

Problem Solving:-

The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to:

SB7. address problems related to availability of supply of materials, tool and equipment, by seeking appropriate assistance, reporting problems to appropriate authority, making alternative arrangements within approved procedures, etc.

Analytical Thinking:-

The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to:

 SB8. account for multiple considerations and priorities and related cause and effect impact before taking decision related to own scope of work Wellness neuro therapist course.

Critical Thinking:-

The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: NA

Guidelines for Assessment:-

  1. Criteria for assessment for each Qualification Pack will be created by the Sector Skill Council. Each Performance Criteria (PC) will be assigned marks proportional to its importance in NOS. SSC will also lay down proportion of marks for Theory and Skills Practical for each
  2.  PC. 2. The assessment for the theory part will be based on knowledge bank of questions created by the SSC
  3.  Individual assessment agencies will create unique question papers for theory part for each candidate at each examination/training centre (as per assessment criteria below)
  4.   Individual assessment agencies will create unique evaluations for skill practical for every student at each examination/training centre based on this criteria
  5. To pass the Qualification Pack , every trainee should score a minimum of 70% in every NOS 6. In case of successfully passing only certain number of NOS’s, the trainee is eligible to take subsequent assessment on the balance NOS’s to pass the Qualification Pack.

Prepare and maintain the work area for neuro therapy procedures Wellness neuro therapist course:-

PC1. use appropriate personal protective equipment and/or work attire prior to carrying out the work in line with relevant occupational health & safety guidelines

PC2. assess potential risks related to work and implement relevant safety measures where applicable

PC3. obtain tools, equipment and materials required for the procedures specified in adequate quantity and designated containers

PC4. arrange the tools in a safe and convenient manner for ease of usage during the procedure

PC5. confirm that the selected tools and equipment are in working order and safe to handle

PC6. ensure the appropriate environmental conditions for procedures at the site based on the following parameters:

PC7. check that appropriate space requirements for each customer for the duration and type of procedure, based on the following factors

PC8. ensure that the environment is suitable for procedures of different types of clients including age, sex and purpose

PC9. check that the bed is set with comfortable mattress, pillows and clean linen

PC10. ensure any stands for support are stable, rightly positioned as per space and support requirements

PC11. change bed linen if soiled and after every procedure as per organisational standards

PC12. ensure clean towels and sanitizers are available for use as appropriate and positioned conveniently for use by customer and the therapist

PC13. rearrange the beds, pillows and stands as per standard requirements post the procedure

PC14. leave the work area in a safe condition after completing work

PC15. exercise safe working practices while dealing with tools and accessories

PC16. follow relevant electrical safety practices whenever required

PC17. return all tools, materials and equipment in appropriate storage location

PC18. collect used materials such as foot covers, towels, work clothes, etc. and deposit in the appropriate location for laundry service

Carry out neuro therapy procedure as per recommendation Wellness neuro therapist course:-

PC1. use appropriate personal protective equipment and/or work attire prior to carrying out the work in line with relevant occupational health & safety guidelines

PC2. assess potential risks related to work and implement relevant safety measures where applicable

PC3. sanitise hands prior to procedure using appropriate sanitiser

PC4. ensure personal presentation and grooming is appropriate to convey a professional appearance

PC5. read and interpret correctly the neurotherapy procedure requirement given on the recommendation for the specific customer

PC6. estimate time requirements and convey the same to the customer prior to procedure based on procedure specifications and organisational standards

PC7. confirm that the materials, tools and equipment required for the procedure are available at hand and ready for use

PC8. greet the customer appropriately in a courteous manner

PC9. ensure to check that there are no new symptoms or conditions that may require attention prior to procedure Wellness neuro therapist course.

PC10. report any new symptoms or conditions to appropriate authority to check its implications for procedures or further customer advise

PC11. decline procedures where any new symptoms warrant further requirement or medical attention by informing the customer politely

PC12. ensure customer is dressed comfortably and any watch, jewellery or mobile phones are stored away safely prior to commencement of procedure

PC13. ensure that the customer is comfortable in the environment for procedure

PC14. address any customer feedback, request or complaint regarding the environment to the customer satisfaction or appropriate level of resolution as per organisation standards

PC15. ensure the set-up is as per procedure requirement and organisational standard, adjust the set-up as required for customer comfort and procedure requirements

PC16. address and respond to customer queries with an appropriate response, provide accurate and relevant information where available, take personal responsibility to come back to the guest with relevant response where required information is not immediately available

PC17. politely and clearly instruct the customer to take appropriate position for the specific procedure to be given

PC18. assist the customer with requisite physical support to achieve desired position, where required, in a professional manner

PC19. change the position of the supporting stands as required

PC20. use materials like talcum powder in the required quantity and for approved purpose as per organisational or specified reference standards

PC21. ensure the procedure do not cause discomfort or discomfort to the customer

PC22. apply appropriate massage techniques and pressure as per specifications in the recommendation and standard practice in line with organisational and referenced standards

PC23. adhere to the specified sequence in which procedure is to be done as per the recommendation

PC24. complete the procedure sequence within acceptable time frames as per organisational standards

PC25. address issues that work against maintaining of a stress and anxiety free environment by ensuring timely and relevant information shared with customer, positive reinforcements, calm and pleasant work environment, etc.

PC26. check with the customer if they are satisfied with the procedure in a courteous manner

PC27. check if the guest is experiencing any unusual discomfort post the procedure

PC28. report any unusual symptoms or conditions to the senior therapist immediately

PC29. thank customers for their patronage and wish them appropriately

PC30. rearrange the beds, pillows and stands as per standard procedures post the procedure

PC31. leave the work area in a safe condition after completing work

PC32. return all tools, materials and equipment in appropriate storage location

PC33. collect used materials such as foot covers, towels, work clothes, etc. and deposit in the appropriate location for laundry service

PC34. exercise safe working practices while dealing with tools and accessories

PC35. follow relevant electrical safety practices whenever required Wellness neuro therapist course.

PC36. report any work related problems or issues to appropriate personnel in line with relevant regulatory and safety requirements

PC37. update records as required post procedure in line with organizational standards

Use basic health and safety practices in neuro therapy workplace:-

PC1. use protective clothing/equipment  in neurotherapy work

PC2. state the name and location of people responsible for health and safety in the workplace

PC3. set up and position the equipment, relevant products and tools in the work area to meet legal, hygiene and safety requirements

PC4. clean and sterilize all tools and equipment before use

PC5. maintain one’s posture and position to minimize fatigue and the risk of injury

PC6. state methods of accident prevention in the work environment of the job role

PC7. apply good housekeeping practices at all times

PC8. lift, carry or move objects from one place to another using appropriate safe working practices

PC9. keep oneself updated on the knowledge of the first aid procedures

PC10. identify and document potential risks and hazards in the workplace

PC11. accurately maintain accident reports

PC12. report health and safety risks/ hazards to concerned

PC13. use tools, equipment and relevant products in accordance with standard operation procedures

Maintain health and safety at the workplace:-

The user/individual on the job should be able to:

 PC1. use protective clothing/equipment in neuro therapy work Protective clothing: appropriate footwear; lab coat; mask; gloves; headgear, apron; etc.

 PC2. state the name and location of people responsible for health and safety in the workplace

PC3. set up and position the equipment, relevant products and tools in the work area to meet legal, hygiene and safety requirements

 PC4. clean and sterilize all tools and equipment before use

 PC5. maintain one’s posture and position to minimize fatigue and the risk of injury

 PC6. state methods of accident prevention in the work environment of the job role Methods of accident prevention: training in health and safety procedures; using health and safety procedures; use of equipment and working practices (such as safe carrying procedures); safety notices; instruction from colleagues and supervisors

 PC7. apply good housekeeping practices at all times Good housekeeping practices: clean/tidy work areas, removal/disposal of waste, etc.

PC8. lift, carry or move objects from one place to another using appropriate safe working practices

 PC9. keep oneself updated on the knowledge of the first aid procedures

 PC10. identify and document potential risks and hazards in the workplace

 PC11. accurately maintain accident reports

PC12. report health and safety risks/ hazards to concerned personne

 PC13. use tools, equipment and relevant products in accordance with standard operation procedures

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Technical Knowledge:-

The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand:

KB1. use of appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) while preparing for procedures and during procedures K

B2. identify hazards associated with the work and adhere to relevant health and safety practices

KB3. comply with relevant regulations and instructions related to patient procedure & management

KB4. range of materials used for neurotherapy procedures such as powders, etc.

 KB5. list of tools and equipment used in neurotherapy procedures

KB6. importance of referring to information from reliable sources on procedures, practices and precaution

 KB7. factors affecting safety, comfort and convenience of customers and workers in a neuro-therapy lab or site

KB8. how to estimate space requirements for customers, procedures and other related requirements

KB9. importance of returning all the used tools and equipment safely to their respective storage

 KB10. importance and methodology of positioning stands and other support equipment

 KB11. bed and pillow settings for procedures and types of clients

KB12. various body postures in which procedure is given and related adjustments to pillow, bed and stand arrangements or positions including one and half setting, angles, distance, etc.

 KB13. various emergency conditions and related procedures

KB14. storage places and procedures for linen and other tools, materials and equipment

KB15. various body points on which pressure is applied and their significance

 KB16. various procedures and their purpose

KB17. various procedures and its specifications including points of massage or pressure, extent of pressure to be applied, direction, duration and frequency

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 KB18. various symptoms or conditions in which not to proceed with the procedures

 KB19. various aspects of human dignity and precautions to be taken to protect someone’s dignity during procedure

 KB20. different methodologies of massage including feather touch massage or deep tissue massage

 KB21. correct procedures to apply pressure at various body points

 KB22. difference between appropriate and inappropriate ways of touching patients

KB23. importance of customer privacy and confidentiality KB24. importance of accurate record keeping

KB25. storage principles and importance of following correct storage methods

 KB26. importance of not extending one’s scope of authority and expertise while dealing with customers

KB27. importance of reporting issues and customer discomfort to seniors in a timely manner

 KB28. stress, anxiety and their negative effects on health and well being

 KB29. factors contributing to stress and how to contribute towards maintaining a stress anxiety free work environment

 KB30. various elements of health and well being

 KB31. importance of addressing customer complaints in a timely and effective manner

KB32. importance of customer feedback and taking action on it