A combined theory and practical qualification which entitles you to practice as a Reflexologist.
ITEC Level 3 Diploma in Reflexology
Candidates should also have studied to a minimum level of 5 grade A-C GCSE, or demonstrate suitability through experience. A current First Aid Certificate must be attained prior to final assessment.
ITEC Certificate in Anatomy, Physiology & Pathology (Unit 383)
Knowledge of Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology for Complementary Therapies;
Content: Terminology; histology; integumentary, skeletal, muscular, respiratory, cardiovascular, lymphatic, immune, digestive, nervous, endocrine, urinary and reproductive systems; pathology of disease and basic clinical assessment skills.
Unit assessment: Externally assessed one-hour 50 question multiple choice test.
Unit duration: This unit is taught one evening per week over 17 weeks
Principles & Practice of Complementary Therapies (Unit 384)
A theory only unit which examines the historical origins and basis of complementary therapy. Students will discover how Eastern philosophy can be integrated with biomedicine to benefit a wide range of clients. An assignment comprised of a short report on the principles and practice of 4 chosen therapies are used to assess progress.
Business Practice for Complementary Therapies (Unit 385)
Plan and prepare an appropriate business plan for your own complementary therapy practice. Irrespective of whether you plan to work alone or seek employment within the NHS or other organisation, our expert tutor will guide you to make your dream a reality.
Healthy Eating & Wellbeing for the Complementary Therapies Client (Unit 386)
Identify the constituents of a healthy eating programme for the complementary therapy client to include healthy eating plans for three client groups. This can be taken as a separate add on unit for interested students once all of the other units are completed.
Unit assessment: Units 384, 385 & 386 are tested by assignments which are internally marked and checked by the examiner for quality assurance.
Unit duration: Units 384, 385 & 386 are taught over individual class room days and are largely student led but you will be given lectures and guidance on the selection of suitable material for your assignment. Assignments may take the form of a written report or study with the inclusion of graphs, charts, diagrams or other pictorial content as appropriate.
Once they have been completed, Units 383, 384, 385 & 386 can be excluded from further courses undertaken and you will not need to repeat the assignments or assessments.
Unit 381–Provide Reflexology for Complementary TherapiesContent: The course covers all aspects required to allow the student to work within the care industry to provide Reflexology treatment for a wide range of clients.
Key contents include;
- The concept of holistic care and the use of reflexology throughout history
- Methods for reading the feet and the function of the zones, cross referral and reflex points
- The structures of the hands and feet and how to recognize and manage disorders affecting these structures
- The management of stress and other conditions including the client requiring palliative care
- Legislation applicable to the provision of reflexology including consent
- Contraindications, medical referral and complications during treatment
- Complete client care from assessment to home care
- Evidence of 60 Reflexology treatments
- 40 case studies
- Practical assessment of a Reflexology treatment carried out by an ITEC examiner
Course Duration: Attendance is required at 7 practical days over a period of 12 months. The student is expected to demonstrate practice hours of approximately 100 hours through case histories for assessment.
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