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IHEA's Free Training Course in Texas

author:Release time:2023-10-23classification:LATEST NEWSread:126 ℃comment:0 comment

IHEA will be hosting a 3-day rehabilitation course in Texas, USA in the near future. The training is completely free of charge and participants will be responsible for their own accommodation and meals. We have invited experts in the field of rehabilitation to conduct the training sessions. The specific dates will be announced in November.

During this training, professionals in the field of rehabilitation will have the opportunity to learn and exchange ideas. The aim is to enhance the quality and standards of rehabilitation services. The invited experts will share their experiences and the latest research findings in rehabilitation therapy. Participants will have the chance to learn about the latest rehabilitation techniques and best practices.

The training is completely free, but participants will need to arrange their own accommodation and meals. Texas offers a variety of hotel and lodging options, and participants can choose according to their preferences and needs.

The specific dates for the training will be announced in November. Participants can stay updated on the latest training information and registration details through IHEA's official website or social media platforms. To ensure the quality and effectiveness of the training, the number of participants will be limited. Therefore, it is recommended that those interested in attending register as soon as possible.

This rehabilitation course aims to provide a rare opportunity for professionals in the field of rehabilitation to learn and exchange ideas. Participants will have the chance to share experiences with their peers and learn about the latest rehabilitation techniques and methods, thus enhancing their professional skills. We look forward to your participation and believe that this training will have a positive impact on your rehabilitation work.


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