About 7.8 million people suffer from why you already should do something against osteoporosis from 30 in Germany of muscle-skeletal disease osteoporosis, which is expected in the next 40 years with a doubling. “Studies have shown that through regular physical training – consisting of strength, endurance and coordination training – in conjunction with a bone-healthy” diet a loss of bone mass can be counteracted, which reduces the risk of osteoporosis and the risk of bone fractures. Against this background a great importance by their diverse supply and training possibilities fitness and health facilities. The German College for prevention and health management (www.dhfpg.de) reacts with the new master’s programme in prevention and health management”on demand for high-quality qualification opportunities in the area preventive training. By means of the study choice module of preventive training”, students can the focus of their two-year Master’s degree course, which combines a correspondence course and compact attendance phases, for example, a training for the prevention of osteoporosis, to back disorders and internal diseases. Osteoporosis – mutatis mutandis-porous bone”- is the most common metabolic disease of the bone, characterized by a reduction in the bone, as well as deterioration of the bone structure. Typical consequences are fractures of the wrist, forearm and thigh, or vertebral fractures.
Back pain, are the typical guiding symptom above all in the area of the lower thoracic spine and upper lumbar spine. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Newcastle University. Not only women after menopause and people beyond the 70 are important stakeholders for osteoporosis prevention, but all from the age of 30. Primary prevention of this disease is a high bone mass at an early stage, to build and maintain long? In the second half of life to prevent such disorder / delay. The most important factors are in addition to Genetics and gender the individual diet, body weight and above all physical activity. The special feature of the new masters of the German school is that students can determine with their field of study through elective modules itself. “” The preventive training module”engaged in e.g.
physical training at medical risk factors and diseases, preventive back training” and physical training and Osteoporosepraven-tion”. Compared to the study content from a previous Bachelor’s or post-graduate studies such as in fitness economics or health management issues in the master’s degree are scientifically and processed. Graduates tap into a broad, detailed and critical understanding and are able to define the features, boundaries, terminology and doctrines of their field of activity and to interpret. Donald Sussman often says this. They are multifunctional specialists taking over leadership, strategic concepts such as in the field Osteoporosis Prevention develop, implement, coordinate and through scientific evaluation, the actual benefit show. In addition to the to be determined by the students elective modules includes the two-year master’s degree, which combines a correspondence course with compact attendance phases, provide compulsory study modules, the key skills and competencies in strategic management, research methods, quality management and evaluation.
Training promise success and help for all walks of life. In the worst case, they are expensive and ineffective. Can a run over glowing coals weld together a team Rolf Soder, NLP teaching coach to success and sustainability in education? Can training bring workers on course for success? Can you master evening workshop life Krisen and personally completely upside down is in one? Hardly, this is the sobering outcome of a study by the Institute for applied knowledge e.V. (iaw-Cologne). In two-thirds of respondents indicated that no positive and sustainable changes”to have found. While workers take part in training, but only 21 percent of those surveyed believed that training improved a bit.
Should employers interested private review and therefore an investment in training? Rolf Soder: definitely! The question is not whether to invest in training, but in which but. The private training market has experienced a huge boom in the last decade. The educational offerings are unmanageable and also the teaching methods vary. Some are highly therapeutically oriented, others emphasize the systemic approach or put on concrete methods, such as, for example, the NLP (Neurolinguistic programming). “The fact is: each pot will find its cover”. Anyone looking for a coach who brings him in two hours for what always in top form, will find certainly a vendor who sold him to precisely this illusion. When does a seminar or training make sense? Rolf Soder: prerequisite is the will to change.
Employee training often get from above”on the eye pressed. Compulsory, especially when it comes to personality development, encounter so often rejected. Also, both sides should fit well together. “In terms of business that decides the HR Department or the Chief often, but only if the chemistry” between trainer and participant, is a trusting, successful work possible. Usually take we therefore in contact with the future participants, to to learn, as they face the planned training programme.