Education Terms and Conditions
NB: You must have provider status as qualified physiotherapist, osteopath, sports medicine doctor, or chiropractor to undertake either Unit A or Unit B.
All registrations must be completed via the Education tab on the clinicalpilates.com
Payment is required at the time of registration either by PayPal,stripe, credit card over the phone or direct bank deposit.
Please note PayPal payments incur a 2.5% surcharge.
Any registration which has not been paid within 48 hours will be cancelled and the participant will have to log in and complete the course registration process again.
Please note if payment is by direct bank deposit your registration is not confirmed until your payment is received into our bank account – which can take up to 3 – 5 days depending on domestic or international transfer. Registrations paid by credit card over the phone and PayPal online are approved at the time of payment.
All payments made to DMA will be in AUD.
Access to the online eLearning is given on receipt of payment – but no sooner than a calendar month before the commencement date of the course.
Registration is limited to 10 – 25 participants depending on the venue. If a course is displayed as sold out, your name can be placed on a waiting list should there be any participants who withdraw.
Cancellation and Transfers:
If you need to cancel, or postpone your attendance and transfer to another course, you must notify courses@
If you need to cancel your course registration within twenty (20) working days, you must notify courses@
COVID Cancellation/Re-scheduling of courses
Due to pandemic and border closures/restrictions we try our best to accommodate all our students by giving them options to join via zoom/online courses or we give course credit for a year for them to join the course at their leisure without any fees.
Postponement or Cancellation by DMA:
Courses can only go ahead with a minimum number of participants and can also be cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances out of our control. If DMA needs to cancel or postpone a course, we will supply you with the same value in course credit (redeemable on DMA Education courses) to be used at a time and location preference that suits you.
Should you be travelling interstate or overseas for your course it is your responsibility to make all arrangements noting booking cancellation policies (the majority of providers have no fee cancellations or voucher arrangements) and/or take out appropriate travel insurance. DMA is not liable for any travel costs for participants as a result of cancellation by either party.
Cancellation due to special circumstances: if you have registered for and/or started your course and need to cancel due to special circumstances (bereavement within immediate family, debilitating injury or illness, etc), DMA will review each individual case. Proof of circumstances must be provided. Personal reasons, such as weddings, work travel, holidays, etc are not included as a special circumstance.
Photographs and/or Video Release:
General class photographs are occasionally taken for use in Facebook, print and other electronic marketing purposes and in participating in a DMA course, the participant agrees to such use unless they advise to the contrary. Pre-course screening forms must be completed prior to the commencement of the course and one or two participants are chosen to be used as Case Studies. If selected, the Participant agrees to give permission to DMA to use their case study on the website and/or via email to other participants as part of the post-course studies.
It is understood as a participant that you use the facilities and equipment at the venue of the DMA course at your own risk.
As the exercises can be provocative, we do not insist on self-mastery or that all participants do all exercises. The focus is on clinical application and patient-specific selection to develop individualized clinical pathways.
Venue & Duration:
Several venues host the DMA courses, addresses of which are advised on the booking/registration page. Courses commence at 9.00 am and finish at 5.30pm each day. On the first day it is expected that participants will arrive at 8.45 am in order to sign-in and receive their manual, sign the IP agreement, etc. Morning tea is provided each day and there is a 1-hour lunch break (at participant’s own expense and discretion). Afternoon tea is available ‘on the go’.
Course fee includes eLearning for the particular Unit to be taken, course manual (provided on the first day at the venue), morning and afternoon tea and Certificate of Attendance. Unit A eLearning as a revision for Unit B is available for one week only prior to the course commencement and will attract a fee if Level 1 & 2 or Unit A were taken more than 4 years ago. If under 4 years, fees will be advised at time of application.