City & Guilds Complementary Therapies

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The Level 3 Diploma in complementary therapies comprises of 7 units We will help you create an individual learning plan to ensure you have a clear path to success. Each of these modules is taken individually and can be clustered together to ensure maximum flexibility.

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Reflexology

306 – provide reflexology for complementary therapies covers the knowledge and skills acquired will enable you to understand how the related body systems work, the effect reflexology treatments can have on each of these systems and the theory behind each technique performed.

This practical unit is studied at the centre.  It’s a stand-alone qualification, however, for professional practice, you need to also have achieved units 301, 302 & 303.

Anatomy, physiology & pathology

The knowledge acquired  will enable you to understand and explain all the systems of the body and their pathologies.

This unit can be started sooner than the practical training, however it’s more relevant to be studying it during the practical training. 

Massage

304 – Provide massage for complementary therapies covers the knowledge and skills acquired will enable you to understand how the related body systems works, the theory and practice of massage techniques and the effect massage treatments can have on each of the body systems and the history and role of massage therapy

This practical unit is studied at the centre.  It’s a stand-alone qualification, however, for professional practice, you need to also have achieved units 301, 302 & 303.

Aromathrerapy

305 – Provide aromatherapy for complementary therapies covers the knowledge and skills acquired will enable you to understand how the related body systems work, the theory and practice of massage techniques used in aromatherapy, the full range of practical applications of essences and carrier media and the history and theory of aromatherapy.

This practical unit is studied at the centre. It’s a stand-alone qualification, however, for professional practice, you need to also have achieved units 301, 302 & 303.

Principles and Practice of Complementary Therapies​

The aim of this unit is to provide you with the knowledge and skills to work effectively, safely and legally within the complementary and integrated healthcare sector.

Business Practice for Complementary Therapies

The aim of this course is to provide you with the knowledge and skills to set up, maintain and market a business in the complementary therapy industry. You will also be able to apply and undertake research and communicate effectively with clients and other healthcare professionals.

Healthy Eating and Wellbeing for the Complementary Therapy Client

The aim of this unit is to provide you with the knowledge and skills to Understand the role and sources of nutrients required for a balanced diet to maintain good health