The concept

The neurosciences of movement are expanding rapidly due to the resurgence of neurolocomotor pathologies and the impairments they cause. The management of these deficiencies requires more and more detailed expertise in the matter. This need is even more accentuated in our context in sub-Saharan Africa, hence the raison d’être of these specialized, dense and very practical training courses. We rely in particular on the expertise of our trainers in movement neuroscience, acquired in benchmark laboratories and universities in neurolocomotor rehabilitation.

Those responsible for training

Dr TEMGOUA MICHAEL, M.D., Neurologist (clinician, teacher, researcher)
Neuroreeducator, Graduated in Neuroreeducation of movement (University of Paris
12 / Créteil), Graduated in Neuropsychological Rehabilitation (Pierre et Marie University
Curie / Paris VI).

Dr NPOCHINTO MOUMENI IBRAHIM, Pt, PhD (clinician, teacher, researcher):
Functional Rehabilitator, Gerontologist & Aging Biologist: Specialist
rehabilitation and neurolocomotor handicap, osteoarticular, spinal pathologies,
feet and health of the elderly. Graduated from Sorbonne, Paris V universities; VI; VII
; XII; XIII & Paris Descartes, Diderot, Saint Étienne, Dijon, Strasbourg, Montpellier and

Terms and conditions

➢ Recruitments (students) for each training require a complete file with information sheet to be retrieved from the INAREF site.

➢ Wishing candidates cannot register for more than three training courses per year.

➢ Registrations in groups of at least 8 may give the right to a discount on the overall training costs.

➢ Each training lasts 6 weeks at most, and is subject to a final exam.

➢ Registrants will benefit from one month of personalized follow-up after the training.

General teaching methodology:

➢ Theoretical lessons will be given 100% online (at a rate of 3 hours per weekend of class,)

➢ The tutorials will be done in group meetings planned online and in the form of personal work followed by the learner.

➢ The validation of the training is subject to a final exam and to face-to-face participation:

• At least 1 session of practical workshops corresponding to 12 hours of practical work: 3 Sessions will be organized each year
• Has at least 1 neurolocomotor rehabilitation staff: 3 staffs will be organized each year
• Those residing outside Cameroon will be monitored and supported by our scientific partners working and residing outside Cameroon.

2021-2022 training calendar

• 1st course session: July 15, 2021 – August 30, 2021
• 2nd course session: October 15, 2021 – November 30, 2021
• 3rd course session: January 15, 2022- February 28, 2022
• 4th course session: April 15, 2022 – May 31, 2022