The Faculty of Health Sciences and Techniques (FSTS) under the Mohammed VI University of Health Sciences has just signed a partnership agreement in Casablanca with the Higher Institute of Psychomotor Rehabilitation (ISRP), based in France, for the training of psychomotor therapists.
This partnership agreement is based on 4 main axes, namely initial training, continuing training, professional integration and research and development, indicates a press release from the university. It aims to encourage educational exchanges, in particular on bilateral license and master’s degree programs, as well as to develop those in research, it adds.
In addition, the agreement will lead to the establishment of student exchange programs allowing them to benefit from certifying training. This future collaboration will also open up the possibility of organizing colloquiums, meetings and joint scientific meetings between the two partners.
Among its courses, the FSTS provides professional license training in psychomotor skills which lasts for 3 years. This training gives students the opportunity to develop very advanced skills in establishing a psychomotor assessment as well as in the rehabilitation of different types of disorders related to personality, psychomotor development, emotional and relational regulations or even to disorders of the representation of the body of psychic or physical origin.
The ISRP is a training institute in psychomotricity (psychomot), present in Paris, Marseille and Vichy. It is an innovative institute known throughout the world, which has been training students for the profession of psychomotor therapist for more than 50 years. It works to offer not only recognized training, but also to develop research in psychomotricity and to participate in the organization of scientific events on a global scale.