Back to school for DPT students

4 Feb 2015 12:00 AMDPT DPT

Learn how to handle the back-to-school scenario as a DPT student and the challenges that go with it. Learn more useful tips from this post.

Welcome to 2016 DPT classes.

Classes are off and running this week and next. A big shout out to all our new students in Burleigh, Southport, South Brisbane, Cleveland and the Sunshine Coast. Take it one class at a time The first few days may be a bit confusing and a lot to take in but it will get easier class by class. You signed up and have taken your first step to a new career - well done. The course is designed to build your knowledge and skills slowly and your trainer is their to support you all the way. Study skills If you have not studied for a while see this blog for some tips>> http://www.dptraining.com.au/blog/make-study-fun-not-a-chore

Speak up! Don't be afraid to ask questions as this is the best way to be clear on topics and other students in the class may have the same questions. You can always see your trainer at a break or after class. If you have any learning, writing or reading issues please tell your trainer as they can support you. Any medical or personal issues are also important for the trainer to know if they affect your learning or attendance at class. You're not alone You have a class full of people who may be happy to help you as well.

Group work is one way students get to know each other and support each other. Different learners We all learn and take in information at a different pace so don't worry if you others seem faster or slower. It's your journey - you choose to make it smooth sailing or choppy seas. Also there are different learning styles. Find out what kind of learner you are here>> http://www.brainboxx.co.uk/a3_aspects/pages/vak_quest.htm Visual? Aural? an action person or combination of all three? Whatever type of learner you are the main point is go your own pace and get support from your trainer at all times. Happy studying!