There is a lot of information on our website, but we will be happy to answer any questions.We would also encourage any potential student to research all options before committing to any course of study, but to ask questions of any education provider whose information is either incomplete or potentially misleading. Claims to being ‘endorsed’, ‘approved’, ‘authorised’ or ‘accredited’ by another organisation can sound very impressive, but may mean very little if the people running the course are also involved in the management of the other organisation, or if that organisation has no credibility. Information about the people staffing any course should also be available, and they should be not only qualified but suitably experienced in the application of the material they are teaching. We have demanding entrance requirements, a long history of course provision and excellent teaching facilities. We also have registered chiropractors plus masters-qualified teaching staff and other professionally-qualified lecturers, in a team that is well-established and totally committed to the future of our College and the welfare of our students. Very importantly, we also have staff members who were actively involved in the introduction of statutory regulation for a major UK healthcare profession, and with some kind of new regulation for animal-based musculoskeletal practitioners a distinct possibility we think our high standards together with our considerable past experience will provide us with a very credible voice.You are welcome to contact us at any time and we look forward to hearing from you.
Please NoteRegister of GraduatesApplications are NowBeing Accepted for September 2013 Course EntryOxford College of Equine Physical TherapyMcTimoney-Corley Animal Manipulation ( OCEPT )www.ocept.infoWelcome to the website of Oxford College of Equine Physical TherapyWe are an experienced provider of educational courses in McTimoney-Corley animal manipulation, primarily for application to horses and dogs, to develop careeropportunities or further skills for those already associated with the equine industry, or as an adjunct for owners who simply wish to provide care for their own animals.