Functional Rehabilitation and Exercise Training after Stroke (FRETS)
About the course
The course runs 3 times per year with a maximum of 20 students per cohort. It is a specialist neurorehabilitation course for therapists and trainers accredited by Middlesex University and endorsed by UK Stroke Forum Education and Training. Spread over 5 months it features 3 days of Practical and Theory learning at ARNI Institute Surrey and 1 day of Theory at Institute of Neurology UCL; followed by a minimum of 1 day Shadowing and 1 day of Assessment. To submit for Accreditation 300 hours of learning activities are completed including online training. A case study of 3000 words is completed.
Welcome to the UK ARNI Institute website for stroke survivors and families: providing specialist rehabilitation and exercise support after hospital and community physiotherapy finishes. Currently in our 15th year of voluntary work, we are committed to teaching stroke and other acquired injury survivors to gain better action control. Our Approach to stroke rehabilitation is dynamic, innovative and linked directly to the very latest neurorehabilitation evidence base.
We have over 100 highly qualified independent therapists and trainers around the UK, trained via our Functional Rehabilitation & Exercise Training after Stroke Qualification.