2023-2024 / KINE0642-1

Basics motor and psychomotor activities - practice


90h Pr

Number of credits

 Bachelor in physiotherapy and rehabilitation4 crédits 


Boris Jidovtseff, Alexandre Mouton, Catherine Theunissen

Language(s) of instruction

French language

Organisation and examination

All year long, with partial in January


Schedule online

Units courses prerequisite and corequisite

Prerequisite or corequisite units are presented within each program

Learning unit contents

This practical work is divided into swimming lessons and "terrestrial" sports classes. The goal is to offer the student the widest possible driving experience. Swimming includes continuing to learn swimming techniques as well as learning life-saving techniques. "Land" sports include the practice of various group and individual sports as well as fitness training sessions aimed at improving physical fitness, guided exercises as well as a basic building muscle building element approach.

Learning outcomes of the learning unit

The student will have to demonstrate: * ability to learn and master new motor skills * its ability to move autonomously and under control in the aquatic environment * mastery of basic pool rescue techniques * ability to design, manage and supervise a group gymnastics session. * to correctly realize and direct a movement of bodybuilding by being able to quote the main muscle groups solicited and the criteria of execution

Prerequisite knowledge and skills

Elementary swimming is necessary.

Planned learning activities and teaching methods

Teaching with practical lessons

Mode of delivery (face to face, distance learning, hybrid learning)

Practical work: 1st and 2nd quadrimester.
See timetable notice board.
Mandatory attendance.

Recommended or required readings

Courses reading available from the lecturer and on MyULg.

The student assessment integrates the following elements:
Performance and evolution in physical tests
Instructional note for the exercises
Evaluation in the weight room (perform and correct a muscular exercise + performance criteria and muscle groups)
Performance and progression in swimming
Performance in rescue
Motivation, participation and attendance
Presence at the theoretical presentation of cereki and / or observation of cereki activities.

Work placement(s)

Trainings in CEREKI.

Organisational remarks and main changes to the course


Andora Vidal, assistante (04/366.38.70 - a.vidal@uliege.be )
Boris JIDOVTSEFF, Chargé de cours (04/366.38.94 - B.Jidovtseff@ulg.ac.be)

Association of one or more MOOCs