I'm so glad that you're eager to start a perceptual-motor program (aka pmp). Unfortunately, pmp's are no longer popular here in the US (hopefully, they'll make a comeback soon) so I'm unaware of any courses that are currently offered. In fact, it might be hard to even find an elementary school in your area that has a pmp so you can see it in action. However, there are several videos on YouTube that can give you an overall sense of it.
http://www.frontrowexperience.com/ is the online source for pmp materials. The books by Jack Capon (Perceptual-Motor Lesson Plans Level 1 Preschool to First Grade or perceptual-motor Lesson Plans Level 2 2nd and 3rd Grades) are what you need to get started, depending on the age group. Capon explains the sequence of activities, the room set-up, the equipment required, and the use of volunteers. He includes activity cards for each week's lessons.
Another online source for pmp information and materials is a company in New Zealand https://www.movingsmart.co.nz/ They have helpful videos there and lots of information on the benefits of a pmp.
Sadly, a pmp is difficult for some schools to implement because it relies heavily on parent volunteers to run the stations. However, if you're fortunate to have parent helpers at your school, it's a fabulous way to use them. They really love it, feel needed, and become quite dedicated. I once had a volunteer who was a pediatric occupational therapist and she was an amazing resource. In fact, she was so impressed by the pmp that she wound up practically running the entire thing.