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|Course Name||Tutor||Venue||Date of Next Course||Course Fees|
|03ITEC Certificate Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology||Michael Gibbons||Bath||From 25th October||£660|
These courses are included as part of the full Body Massage Course, however, some people choose to take these courses separately (for this see course fees below).
For a lot of people the prospect of learning anatomy, physiology and pathology can be quite daunting. This course will be taught using workshops and guided learning to help you absorb the information more easily and creating a learning environment based on fun . Worksheets for homework will be provided, and are collected in at set periods over the course. There will be some mock exams to do which will prepare you for your final multiple choice exam.
You will need to commit to at least 5 – 10 hours of homestudy a week.
This course covers the 12 systems of the body:
25th October; 21st/22nd November;
2016: 23rd/24th January; 27th February; 19th/20th March; 16th/17th April.
Times: 8.45am – 12.15pm
|Fees (including ITEC exam):|
|Registration Fee (non-refundable):||£100|
|Course Fee (payable 4 weeks before course start date):||£560|
Please note: Those paying for the Body Massage course already have the Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology fees included in their course fee.
Payment can be made by cheque, bank transfer, cash or paypal. Paypal: Please note if paying by paypal there is a 3.5% surcharge.
For more details on how to get to us see the venue page.
Payment can be made by cash, cheque (made payable to CCM Ltd), ebanking or paypal. Please see the Booking information page for further details.
This course is accredited by ITEC (International Therapy Examination council – www.itecworld.co.uk).
The Anatomy and Physiology award is the foundation upon which all other Complementary, Beauty and Sports Therapy awards are based. It is comprised of several units encompassing all systems of the body.
It is essential for therapists to have a sound understanding of anatomy and physiology, as they will be working in direct contact with the body structures. It is also vital that they are aware of when and when not to treat a client and only operate within certain parameters.
The units are mandatory and should be taught concurrently to be examined concurrently.
Skeletal system, Muscular system, Skin, The Cell, Circulatory and Lymphatic Systems, Neurological Systems, Endocrine System, Respiratory System, Digestive System, Urinary System, Reproductive System.
If graduates take therapy qualifications in addition to the Anatomy and Physiology qualification, they can work on liners, health farms and health clubs.
Anatomy and Physiology is also part of the Gym Instruction and Aerobics qualifications along with other fitness training qualifications.
There are now several degree courses available in Complementary Therapies to which candidates may progress.
Each unit requires candidates to understand the structure, function and main diseases and disorders of each system.
Michael initially qualified as a massage therapist in 1991 and following further massage training now work using many styles: Sports, Relaxation, Remedial, and Thai Yoga Massage.