Unifrog to promote osteopathy courses
The British College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) was recently host to Unifrog the well-known careers platform, as they filmed osteopathy students for publication on their website to promote osteopathic courses.
Unifrog, the careers platform, recently visited the BCOM to film a first-year student, Helen Aitchison to discuss what it is like to study osteopathy. They also filmed Takunda Pswarayi, a recent BCOM graduate, to find out more about pursuing a career in osteopathy.
Unifrog is an organisation that helps students compare all university courses, apprenticeships, and Further Education courses available in the UK, and helps them apply successfully.
The two interviews are available on the Unifrog careers platform for secondary school children to access so that they can learn more about osteopathy.
The film crew spent all day filming footage and interviewing Helen and Takunda and were excited to learn more about osteopathy. They said they will even be visiting the BCOM clinic to experience an osteopathic treatment!
Melanie Woodnick, Marketing and Digital Comms Manager of the BCNO Group said: ‘Unifrog, the careers platform for secondary school children, is accessed by students in over 3000 schools and colleges. The section on osteopathy on the Unifrog site will now have a student talking about what it is like to study osteopathy and an osteopath explaining what the job entails and what skills are required, which is an excellent way to raise awareness of the profession. The BCNO Group is also attending careers fairs at secondary schools to inspire students to become the next generation of osteopaths.’
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