Available courses

The aim of this course is to gain general knowledge about human nutrition and to learn about the factors that play an important role in the nutrition process and food treatment. Course participants will learn about the current standards and proven interdisciplinary methods of diet therapy. They will learn the role of a proper diet in the context of overall body functioning. This theory has been enriched with practical tips on composing wholesome meals.
In the course ‘Teacher’s assistant in the nursery’ we broadly discuss the issues necessary to work with children. It includes modules devoted to developmental psychology, methods of working with young children, as well as a lot of practical information, facilitating the performance of caring and nursing duties. The teaching assistant’s development prospects are very large, and our course is the first step towards a successful career in the nursery.

The main assumption of hand therapy is to improve the functioning of a child in everyday life, in independent activities. This therapy is aimed both at children with developmental disorders and those with normal intellectual disabilities who have specific learning difficulties. Each therapy is dedicated to the individual needs of the child and is carried out by a qualified therapist, based on a previous diagnosis. However, knowledge in the field of motor development is also necessary in the work of a pedagogue or teacher because it allows you to better understand the developmental challenges faced by children. It is also helpful in choosing the best strategies and methods to support the development of children

This course includes modules devoted to developmental psychology, education, as well as nursing and caring activities. The knowledge presented here is invaluable information that should be assimilated by anyone who plans to deal with young children responsibly and professionally.

Each of us tries to define, create and find happiness in our own way. However, science has investigated the factors and actions that contribute to a feeling of happiness - they provide a kind of framework in which everyone can put the results of their individual life searches. This course is designed to meet two main goals. Firstly, it deals with the issue of the pursuit of happiness from the point of view of scientific findings - we convey here mainly psychological, but also philosophical concepts of what contributes to the feeling of a high quality of our life. Secondly, it is a set of practical tips on how to find positive emotions in your daily life and "collect" experiences that help you build your own happiness. Everyday life can be a rich source of life satisfaction, which is of great importance to what we call happines

Insulin resistance is one of the most serious health problems of the 21st century. Excessive adipose tissue in the body, an improperly balanced diet, low level of physical activity, chronic stress, taking selected medications and genetic factors may predispose tissues to insulin resistance. The aim of the Insulin Resistance - Diagnosis and Management course is to present the most important information on insulin resistance, including the mechanisms responsible for the development of insulin resistance in tissues, methods of diagnosis and treatment and information necessary to properly balance the diet.
Emotions play important roles in our life. The belief that bad emotions must be disposed of is incorrect. Firstly, there are no bad emotions. They can be difficult or unpleasant. Secondly, each emotion is needed by us, it informs us about something. It is important for us to learn how to be in touch with and regulate our emotions. This is the purpose of the following course. Thanks to emotion regulation training, you will lessen your emotional suffering as well as learn to change emotions in a way, so they are less intense and even more pleasant.
The tasks and duties of a medical caregiver include, above all, the performance of broadly understood care and nursing activities related to the care of those in need. They consist of helping the elderly, sick or dependent for other reasons in meeting their basic life needs. The responsibilities of a medical carer also include recognising and solving the patient's care problems, as well as undertaking comprehensive cooperation with medical or therapeutic staff and assist during nursing or rehabilitation treatments. Additionally, their task is to maintain and professionally disinfect tools and utensils used during these treatments. This course is a concise compendium describing more comprehensively the activities of a caregiver.

Sensory integration as a method of therapy is gaining more and more popularity. Its creator, Jean Ayers, emphasizes the importance that sensory integration processes have for a normal child’s development. Method is matter of interest among specialists but also early-stage education teachers and parents. They are the first people able to observe how specific sensory integration processes are developed among children. Mentioned therapy is always concentrated on the individual needs of a child and it is lead by professionals after medical diagnosis. Knowledge about sensory integration is compulsory in the work of teachers and educators as it assists to understand better all the development problems a child can face. What is more, it helps choose the best method and strategies to support evolution. Everyone who works with children should be aware of sensory integration principles.

The work of a dermoconsultant-skin experts consists primarily in advising clients on the selection of cosmetics (especially dermocosmetics) tailored to their needs. This profession combines knowledge in the field of cosmetic chemistry, cosmetology, dermatology, market issues and sales techniques. This is a new, dynamically developing profession, in which people who like working with others, are interested in the subject of cosmetics and skincare and for those that want to combine self-improvement and passion. It allows for sincere commitment and these people will find themselves fitting perfectly into this profession. A dermoconsultant-skin expert is a specialist in the field of healthy, demanding or problematic skin, who is also well versed in the market of care products and can find among them those that will best meet the client's needs.
Parents learn their roles throughout their whole lives. Children and the world around them change constantly. Parental competence should therefore be constantly developed to keep up with the changes and mindfully accompany the child at all stages of their development. Carrying out everyday educational tasks for your children is undoubtedly a difficult task. It’s a job we fulfil 24/7. However, it is a necessary job and if done well, it bears great benefits for both children and parents. Thanks to this, children can function better daily and then boldly enter adulthood and face life in its later stages. We are offering you a course designed to develop parental competence.
Recently, we have observed a rise in interest in natural methods of improving health. Increasingly more people lean towards alternative medicine. Where has this rising interest for alternative medicine treatment come from? Firstly, it is important to underline that our way of thinking about health is changing. We do not want to be treated as ‘another patient from the admissions list’, which frequently takes place during appointments with doctors. Many of us need an individual approach to our own case. We want to identify the sources of the problems accompanying us and we need someone who knows how to achieve this in a comprehensive way. It is for this reason that we more frequently and willingly visit the naturopath’s office, deeply believing that such a person will help us take responsibility for our own life and health. We do not always realise what naturopathy is as well as what tools we can use to help. Therefore we have prepared the course called ‘Naturopathy – natural treatment methods’. The material developed by us will help explain the concept of naturopathy and address any doubts in this matter.
In sales, the question that always comes back is whether you need to be born to be an effective sales representative or whether you can become an effective sales representative by exercising and working on yourself. Although undoubtedly possessed character traits may facilitate the performance of this profession, the key to success is the use of appropriate methods of persuasion and sales, as well as discipline in their learning and their own development in this field. In this course, you will learn about these techniques and their theoretical foundation, thus systematising your activities as a trader and increasing their effectiveness. The course covers the work of a sales representative from scratch, so if you are just at the beginning of this journey, you've come to the right place! Thanks to the content contained here, you will learn what the profession of a trader actually consists of, what you can expect when doing it and how to do it well.

What is personal development? For some people, this term will mean learning foreign languages, for others, a promotion at work, or better communication with the environment and distancing yourself from the world. Each of us equates personal development to something else and this is not a mistake. Generally speaking, personal development is inseparable from the principle of change and getting better. To be able to progress, you need to start a process that will lead to positive change and, consequently, success. This is because personal development is essentially a process and requires action to be taken, thanks to which we overcome internal barriers and overcome our weaknesses. For the purpose of effective elimination of blockages and productive work on yourself, it is worth using psychological tools and techniques that will contribute to the implemented changes. The first step towards change is to become aware of your own weaknesses and limitations. Once we are able to diagnose them, we have to choose the right tool to change them for the better. We can then start working on personal development and simply start… living better

This course presents a wealth of information on probiotics, their different types and effects. The topic of prebiotics and synbiotics was also discussed, as well as how all these three groups of food components and our body are related to each other.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a popular method of treating mental disorders such as depression, panic attacks, obsessive-compulsive disorders, social anxiety, schizophrenia, post- -traumatic stress disorder and eating disorders. Some of them are diseases of civilisation, which many of us face. The aim of cognitive behavioural therapy is to reduce mental distress (negative stress) and non-adaptive behaviour by changing cognitive processes. According to the main assumptions of this trend, behaviours are to a large extent the effect of thinking, and cognitive and behavioural interventions can lead to desired changes in reasoning, feeling and behaviour.

The following course aims to present creative methods of problem-solving tasks in a group setting. Based on social psychology theories, which focus on group dynamics. The tools described here foster creative dynamics and prevent the occurrence of creativity inhibitors. This course is addressed to members of the managerial staff, group leaders, and persons interested in the topic of creativity.

Being active is important at every stage of our lives. In the case of old age, it is of special importance. It significantly affects the satisfaction and condition of a person. It is synonymous with life and the basis of treatment for many diseases. Being active delays the aging process. It relates to the needs of elderly people: social contacts, personal development and self-esteem. The type of activity depends on the health condition, financial capacity and the social skills possessed. The aspects of activation of the elderly with elements of free time animation are discussed in this course.

This child psychology course is a synthesis of areas within child development, particularly concerning the emotional and intellectual branches. It contains fundamental information regarding the childhood phase and the child’s evolving features over the years. Throughout this course, we will discuss methods and practices used within child psychology, and the theories surrounding child development. Course participants will gain knowledge of the individual developmental stages, with particular focus on emotional development and social communication. The course also presents the most common and well-recognised developmental theories in the field of child psychology and its precursors.

Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder where the first signs begin to appear in early childhood and continue throughout life. During therapy, each child requires an individual approach; there is no one specific method of treatment that would be suitable for each child. In this course, we present three approaches towards child therapy with autism spectrum disorders: behavioural, social and structural. We hope that the included information will systematise knowledge about child therapy for autism spectrum disorders, deepen theoretical reflections and provide an opportunity to compare specific approaches.

The word ‘trichology’ comes from the Greek word ‘trichos’, which means hair. It is an interdisciplinary field of knowledge that deals with the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of hair and scalp diseases. Nowadays, trichologists deal with a thorough analysis of the condition of hair and its roots, as well as the analysis of the scalp, diagnosis of scalp disorders, and curative approaches through trichological treatment and specialist preparations. Today we have modern diagnostic equipment, including electronic microscopes, digital cameras or devices for elemental hair analysis. This allows trichology to develop at a brisk pace. Trichologists can now quickly, accurately and effectively diagnose the scalp and implement the necessary treatment procedures.

Vision therapy deals with rehabilitation of the patient's vision disorder, to some degree, which cannot be corrected by standard means, e.g. by means of adequately selected ocular correction, contact lenses or surgical procedures. The task of the vision therapist is to prepare (as part of the therapy cycle) a set of pleoptic and orthoptic exercises, which are correctly adjusted to a given disorder and the patient's needs. Special treatment and increased attention is required for children with special educational needs, who need an appropriate pedagogical approach and a complementing level of exercise. Anyone who wants to understand the nature and types of visual problems children and adults may face (including those with special needs) should become acquainted with the basics of vision therapy

Solution focused therapy (SFT) focuses on finding solutions, rather than analysing problems or deficits of a patient. This therapy model works well in psychological disorder therapy as well as addiction therapy. The knowledge on SFT learnt in this course can be applied within jobs of teachers, pedagogues, psychologists, therapists as well as all individuals interested in using their own potential to introduce positive changes in their lives.