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Current Clinical Topic: Infant Motor Profile - hybrid

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theoretical and scientific expertise

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practical knowledge, transfer, linking

Details of the course content
The Infant Motor Profile (IMP) is a new video-based instrument to assess the motor development of infants aged 3 to 18 months based on video-recordings of spontaneous motor behaviour in supine, prone, sitting, standing, walking and during reaching and grasping. The IMP provides information about the infant's motor repertoire, its abilities to select adaptive motor strategies and about grooss and fine motor achievement. It consists of five domains: movement variation, adaptability, performance, symmetry and fluency. Initial studies have shown good reliability and promising validity.


At a glance


course certificate, Infant Motor Profile




2 days contat teaching (live or online)


CHF 480.00

Comment on costs: 

The course material is included in the course fee and provided in electronic form. The purchase of further specific literature is optional and at the expense of the student. Compulsory reading: Manual Infant Motor Profile. Order, Cost: Hardback: 140 Euro, Paperback: 35 Euro.
Prices are subject to change.


Online - arbitrary
Live, the courses usually take place at the School of Health Professions which is a few minutes walk from the train station.

Zurich School of Health Professions
Katharina-Sulzer-Platz 9
8400 Winterthur

For more detailed information on continuing education come along to the next information event.

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Objectives and content

Target audience

Physiotherapists or occupational therapist with experience in the treatment of infants and young children


  • You know and understand the current leading theory of neuromotor development
  • You understand the structure of the Infant Motor Profile
  • You know the different IMP domains and can distinguish them
  • You can perform the Infant Motor Profile correctly in practice
  • You can evaluate and interpret the Infant Motor Profile


  • Theoretical background of the Infant Motor Profile
  • Principles of motor development on the basis of the Neural Group Selection Theory
  • Evaluation of the IMP based on video examples
  • Implementation and evaluation of an IMP assessment with a child


Presentations, discussion, videos, shared IMP video assessment, self-study

Enquiries and contact



Mijna Hadders-Algra, MD, PhD
Professor of Developmental Neurology at the Beatrix Children's Hospital of the University Medical Centre Groningen (UMCG), the Netherlands


Admission requirements

  • Physiotherapist or occupational therapist from a university of applied sciences or with a college degree
  • Knowledge of German is an advantage (the language of instruction is English)

Information for applicants

Course dates in 2022 (subject to change):

General teaching hours:
11.00am - 18.15pm (exceptions are possible)

Low cost accomodation:
Please see downloads for the list

Start Application deadline Registration link
08.04.2022 08.03.2022 Application

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