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30 Nov 2021

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First batch of Yoga Therapy Assistant by HSSC undergoes Training
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First batch of Yoga Therapy Assistant by HSSC undergoes Training 

The first batch of Yoga Therapy As­sistant (Diabetes/ Palliative Care) underwent the 5 day training pro­gram from February 13-17, 2021 organised by the Healthcare Sector Skill Council (HSSC) in collabora­tion with IYA complying with the National Occupa­tional Standards.

This program trained candidates in the basic con­cepts and fundamental principles of therapeutic Yoga practices, various therapeutic measures com­monly used in yoga, indication and contraindica­tions of yoga therapy practices and how to commu­nicate accurately and appropriately in the capacity of a yoga therapy assistant.

For those seeking specialization in Diabetes were explained the significance of yoga in the field of diabetes, the fundamental concepts and principles of therapeutic yoga practices for diabetes and how to assist in conducting yoga therapy sessions for diabetic patients.
While those who opted for specialization in palliative care were made to learn the basic concepts and fun­damental principles of therapeutic yoga practises for palliative care, were explained the merits of yoga in palliative care and how to assist in the conducting yoga therapy sessions for palliative care.

As many as seven members from Indian Yoga Association underwent the training namely Smt.Bandana Dhirendra Singh, Shri Himanshu Pali­wal, Smt.Subhavahini Seetharaman, Shri Nideesh Yadav, Smt.Fharzana Siraj, Smt.Chhaya Paresh Parekh and Shri Dayanidy G

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        <p><strong>S.No.</strong></p></td>
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        <p><strong>Area</strong></p></td>
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        <p><strong>Description</strong></p></td>
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    <td  valign="top"><p>1</p></td>
    <td  valign="top"><p>Description</p></td>
    <td  valign="top"><p>To deliver accredited training service, mapping to the curriculum detailed above, in accor-    dance with the Qualification Pack “HSS/Q4001”.</p></td>
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    <td  valign="top"><p>2</p></td>
    <td  valign="top"><p>Personal Attributes</p></td>
    <td  valign="top"><p>Aptitude    for conducting training, and pre/ post work    to ensure competent, employable candidates    at the end of the training. Strong communication    skills, interpersonal skills, ability to work as part of    a team; a passion for quality and for developing others; well- organised and focused, eager</p></td>
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    <td  valign="top"><p>3</p></td>
    <td  valign="top"><p>Minimum Educational Qualifications</p></td>
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      <li>Master’s degree in yoga with 1 years of experience or </li>
      <li>B.Sc with PG diploma in Yoga or </li>
      <li>Medical Graduates with certificate    in yoga with 5 years    of experience.</li>
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    <td  valign="top"><p>4</p></td>
    <td  valign="top"><p>Domain Certification</p></td>
    <td  valign="top"><p>Certified for Job Role: “Yoga Therapy    Assistant (Options: Diabetes/Palliative    Care)” mapped to QP: “HSS/Q4001”, version 1.0 with <br />
      scoring of    minimum 80%.</p></td>
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    <td  valign="top"><p>5</p></td>
    <td  valign="top"><p>Platform Certification</p></td>
    <td  valign="top"><p>Recommended that the Trainer    is certified for the    Job Role: “Trainer”, mapped to the    Qualification Pack:    “MEP/Q2601” with scoring of minimum 80%.</p></td>
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    <td  valign="top"><p>6.</p></td>
    <td  valign="top"><p>Experience</p></td>
    <td  valign="top"><ol>
      <li>Master’s degree in yoga with 1 years of experience or </li>
    </ol>
        <p>B.Sc. with PG diploma in Yoga or </p>
      <ol>
        <li>Medical Graduates with certificate    in yoga with 5 years    of experience.</li>
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Feedback

Thank you IYA team for taking this initiative and conducting the training session with HSSC team for 5 days to train the master trainers in their respective fields. The training session was excellent and knowledgeable. It offered us many guidelines to help us sail through smoothly. I am very proud to be part of this wonderful journey. The assessment was very well planned. Thank you for giving me an opportunity to be a part of it.

Smt. Bandana Dhirendra Singh

A special thanks to the Indian Yoga Association team for such a wonderful training program. I am sure this will make a huge difference in the health sector as well as in the Yoga field. It will act as a bridge between yoga and medicine. My sincere thanks to my Guru Dr. Ananda Balayogi Bhavanani to forward my name for the master trainer for the yoga therapy assistant program.

A big thanks to our Platform job role master trainer Shri Vijay Kumar Reddy and Smt. Reshmi Pramod. Both trainers offered us an in-depth understanding of the course. After undertaking this course, I have realized that these types of Yoga programs in the Health Sector Skill Council will help thousands of youth in our country.
Yogachemmal Dayanidy G

I would like extend my appreciation and gratitude for the Master training and assessment training IYA imparted to us. Both the platform and domain skills were well taught and assessed by the teach­ers. The management and staff saw to it that we had a hassle-free and seamless experience even though it was completely online.

Smt.Fharzana Siraj

The Master Trainer Program and Assessment had been a very interesting. This 5 days program gave me a good insight of the skills a Master Trainer should have on different perspective such as, person­ality, knowledge on curriculum, presentability, etc. Platform skill training was very helpful for us to understand the skill base that a trainer need to develop as per the global standards.

Domain skills training was very useful for us to develop the standards on the domain skills.
It was one of the best training for us to persuade to the next level as a Trainer. Assessment was very creatively designed with theory and Practicals & Viva. I really enjoyed the viva sessions on both plat­form skills and domain skills assessment. Thank you IYA and HSSC teams for giving us this opportunity.

Smt.Subhavahini S

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