Please note, you must have a current A&P qualification before doing any of our practical courses in foot care.
Please note, you must have the above or equivalent theory qualification before doing our practical course in reflexology.
Certificate of attendance.
Certificate showing completion and achievement of the standards required to PASS the course.
Includes two days of strapping & padding, etc.
Certificate showing completion and achievement required to pass the course.
Diploma certificate showing completion and achievement required to pass the course.
1 day and 3 days training options
Certificate of attendance and passing practical assessment. Valid for 3years First aid at work.
Certificate of attendance and passing practical assessment. Valid for 3years.
Certificate of attendance and safe practical application of BASIC techniques used in the FHF massage routine.
This Home study course can be taken as a separate accredited a and P course it is suitable for anyone interested in learning more about the body and for those who are taking the basic foot foot care and advanced ft care and basic reflexology.
This will take 8 – 10 weeks to complete depending on the time you have to spend on it and on your prior knowledge you will receive your study materials and stages unless otherwise requested so you can work at all and pace.
Your home and/or business.
On completing and passing the modules you will receive NCFE accredited certificate of anatomy and physiology and a TCFCP certificate.
This course must be completed and passed before students attend a practical courses. You will be given comprehensive materials, study skills help Reading lists and more. Notes from the course must be brought along to the college-based courses.
1. Anatomical Position
2. Bones and Joints
3. Muscles, Ligaments and Tendons
4. The Integumentary System
5. The Circulatory System
6. The Nervous System
7. The Feet – Structures and Functions
8. The Nails
9. Presenting Problems
10. Business and Marketing – Business in a Box
The human foot and ankle is a strong and complex mechanical structure containing exactly 26 bones, 33 joints (20 of which are actively articulated), and more than a hundred muscles, tendons, and ligaments.
Anatomy & Physiology (A & P) 20 Module Course
This home-study course can be taken as a separate, accredited A&P course. It is suitable for anyone interested in learning more about the body and for those who are taking the Diploma in Foot Care and the Nail Technician Diploma.
This will take 10 – 14 weeks to complete, depending on the time you have to spend on it, and on your prior knowledge. You will receive your study materials in stages (unless otherwise requested), so you can work at your own pace.
Your home and/or business.
On completing and passing the modules, you will receive an NCFE-accredited Certificate of Anatomy & Physiology and a TCFCPa+p dip certificate.
£599.00 (to be paid up front)
This course must be completed and passed before students attend their practical courses. You will be given comprehensive materials, study skills help, reading lists, and more. If you’re stuck, you can call us. Notes from the course should be brought along to the practical courses.
This two-day course is designed for those who wish to add some foot care to their existing practice or for those who would like to start a business offering basic foot care.
You will receive an NCFE-accredited certificate, showing completion and achievement of the standards required to PASS the course. You will be able to use TCFCPb after your name.
Theory home study course prior to practical training: £399
2-day practical course: £368.80
You must complete and pass the Anatomy & Physiology theory modules 1–10 before the practical course starts. Please make sure you bring your theory notes and work with you to.
Elizabeth is a very knowledgeable lady, I felt very relaxed whilst on the course, felt free to ask questions and was confident they would be answered In depth. A very pleasant experience for myself who hasn’t be in a classroom for 30 years.
By Sherralyn Blakely
“The Achilles tendon connects the heel to the calf muscles and it is essential for running, jumping and standing on the toes”