Level 3 Diploma in Reflexology for Wellbeing

This qualification equips learners with both theoretical and practical skills including industry specific knowledge which ultimately allows them to practice as competent and confident Reflexologists.

The course is quality assured and externally regulated by the Association of Reflexologists. 

The Level 3 Diploma units are assigned under the the Skills for Health, Health and Social Care Sector. One of the of the units is Reflexology specific whilst the others can help learners towards other qualifications in the Complementary Therapy industry. 

 

The course content meets the core curriculum of the regulatory bodies at the time of accreditation and gaining the qualification permits entry to the voluntary CNHC register. On qualification students will receive both the SEG ABC L3 Diploma in Reflexology and an AoR Affiliated School certificate as a sign of excellence in training. On graduation students will be able to display the Temple Academy of Reflexology Graduate logo on their website and marketing materials in addition to the AoR Affiliated School Graduate logo.

The SEG ABC Level 3 Diploma in Reflexology consists of four mandatory units:

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Provide Reflexology for

Complementary Therapies

The aim of this unit is to provide the learner with the knowledge and skills to carry out reflexology and to operate as a professional practitioner:

  • communication skills

  • organisation skills

  • the ability to work unsupervised

  • adapting techniques appropriately

  • ability to plan and promote services

  • advise on aftercare

Principles and Practice of

Complementary Therapies

The aim of this unit is to provide the learner with the knowledge and skills to enable them to practice complementary therapies.

This includes understanding key historical factors and theoretical background for complementary therapies. Understanding the main influences on working within the Complementary Therapies industry and understanding the key aspects of good clinical practice.

Knowledge of Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology for Complementary Therapies

The knowledge acquired by the learner will enable them to understand the structure and function of body systems and gain a sound understanding of their most common pathologies.

Business Practice for

Complementary Therapies

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

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