VTCT Level 3 Certificate in Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology for Complementary Therapies (QCF)

InstructorTracy Kruup
TypeOnline Course
DateSep 1, 2012 - Jul 31, 2017
Student Enrolled2
CertificateIssued on completion of Theory Elements via our Virtual Learning Resource, Assignments, Assessments, Multiple Choice Exam Papers & 100% of quiz marks
(1 ratings)
Price£397.00
Buy NowBook Now

Learner Login

Click on your name to access your profile.

Important Information

Click on 'Buy Now' to enrol and pay by debit or credit card using the secure services of Payal or 'Book Now' to enrol and pay by direct bank transfer or direct debit. Please note you will be required to upload evidence of payment using this method. The 'Date' range shows the period in which the course is open for enrollment. Upon enrollment you will receive access to our Virtual Learning Resource where you can commence your study of the Theory Elements online. Practical elements and Assessments are covered onsite at our Centre in Dukinfield, Greater Manchester and dates for attendance will be arranged with your tutor after enrollment or you can choose prearranged dates subject to availability.

How will I be assessed?

Independent study is an essential part of our VTCT and Professional Vocational Qualifications and you will be required to complete both practical and theoretical assignments at home. Observation Assessments will take place onsite during the course and a Portfolio of Evidence will be completed. Competent performance of Observation outcomes must be demonstrated on a specified number of occasions.

Unit assessment methods:

Portfolio of Evidence, Written Assignments, Case Studies, Practical Elements/Final Assessments and Written Exams.

Cost Includes:

Registration, Record of Assessment Book, Course Materials, Certificate and Assessment Fees.

Payment:

Full payment MUST be received at the time of enrollment to secure a place unless otherwise agreed or by one of our monthly Direct Debit Payment Plans. All payments must be made by direct funds transfer / standing order / credit or debit card using the secure services of Paypal or Stripe. Please refer to our Terms & Conditions for full details.

Why choose The Full Spectrum Centre Limited?

Not only do our team of professionally qualified, experienced and passionate holistic therapists/tutors provide dedicated student support, we provide learners with access to our training rooms subject to availability in order for them to have an appropriate space in which to carry out their case studies.

When choosing a VTCT qualification you will gain skills and knowledge necessary for success in your chosen career, while gaining an industry-recognised qualification. VTCT is the specialist awarding organisation for the Hairdressing, Beauty Therapy, Complementary Therapy, Hospitality and Catering and Sport and Active Leisure sectors, with over 45 years of experience. They are an awarding body regulated by national organisations including Ofqual, SQA, DfES and CCEA and a registered charity investing in education and skills but also giving to good causes in the area of facial disfigurement.

Westminster Indemnity accept all our course and qualifications for insurance purposes on their policies and our graduates receive discounted rates.

Westminster Indemnity

Testimonials

Recommended Products

Twitter Feed

JOIN OUR NEWSLETTER

Contact Us With Any Questions you have

We are happy to answer questions you may have so please contact us and we will respond as soon as possible.

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Subject

Your Question


Contact Information

The Old Courthouse Chapel Street Dukinfield SK16 4DY Tameside Greater Manchester UK

0161-711-0658 / 07939-225-273

admin@thefullspectrumcentre.biz

Opening Hours
Weekdays 9:00-21.45
Saturday 9:00-18:00
(Sunday by prior arrangement only)

About This Course

The VTCT Level 3 Certificate in Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology for Complementary Therapies (QCF) is a knowledge-based qualification which will provide you with a sound foundation to pursue a career as a complementary therapist.

The following mandatory units are included:

  • UV31299 Knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathology for complementary therapies

The aim of this unit is to develop your knowledge and understanding of anatomy, physiology and pathology.

This qualification will develop your knowledge and understanding of the organisation of the body, and the structure, function and pathologies of the skin, hair and nails.

You will also learn about the structure, function and pathologies of the human body systems including, the skeletal, muscular, nervous, endocrine, respiratory, cardiovascular, digestive, urinary and reproductive system.

Units in this qualification have been mapped to the relevant NOS (where applicable) and the relevant core curricula where they exist. VTCT has ensured that best practice in the workplace has been reflected in the qualification, as well as ensuring that the qualification reflects the required level of knowledge of Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology for the Complementary Therapist at Level 3.

This qualification is accredited on the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF)

This qualification is approved and supported by Skills for Health, the sector skills council for health.

CPPD points: 20

Prerequisite: There are no formal prerequisite qualifications that you must have prior to undertaking this qualification. It is recommended that you have a level of general education comparable to GCSEs. You should be committed to fulfilling the Theory Elements. You must meet the required Guided Learning Hours (GLH) by working through the Theory Elements, taking part in online discussions, assessments and reviews with your tutor and assessor via our Virtual Learning Environment. Optional Interactive Practical sessions can be accessed by attending our centre.

Duration: This qualification can be completed in a minimum of 3 months, on average it takes 6 months to complete the theory elements.

Course Delivery: Theory elements are covered online in your own home, in your own time and at your own pace via self study using our Virtual Learning Environment. Anatomy, physiology and pathology is perfectly suited to online delivery because the subject is wholly theoretical therefore the subject can be delivered and learning assessed online. You will be fully supported by your course tutor who’s role it is to help and guide you through the process from beginning to end. Both your tutor and assessor will ensure that you not only reach your goals but maintain industry and awarding body standards. You will also have access to our private Facebook group where you can communicate with other learners and graduates.

Although this qualification, as we have said is perfectly suited to online delivery the subject can be brought to life in a classroom envirnment which enhances the learning experience. Therefore Optional Interactive Classroom sessions can be accessed by attending 12 sessions at our centre every other Saturday for 3 hours from 10am with our tutor Tracy Kruup.

Virtual Learning Resource: Upon enrolment you will be able to login and access your course content. Simply progress through each section and lecture, complete all your written assignments and upload them to your VTCT e-portfolio. You will receive separate login details for your VTCT e-portfolio 2 weeks after enrolment.

Upon completion you will be required to attend our Assessment centre here in Dukinfield, Greater Manchester to sit two external and invigilated multiple choice exam papers as your final assessment.

Minimum System Requirement: As this course is delivered via our online Virtual Learning Resource there are some minimum system requirements including:

  • Laptop, PC or MAC
  • Broadband internet connectionnimum Software Requirements
  • Browsers IE9, IE10, IE11, Firefox, Safari or Chrome
  • Adobe PDF Reader
  • Adobe Flash Player
  • Microsoft Word (or equivalent)

Case studies: There is no case study requrement for this qualification.

vtct

Upon completion of Theory elements and written papers a VTCT Certificate in Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology for Complementary Therapies (QCF) will be awarded.

Progression: On completion of this qualification you may choose to undertake further study; qualifications you could progress to include:

On completion of this qualification you may choose to undertake further study; qualifications you could progress to include those in Complementary Therapies including Reflexology, Aromatherapy, Massage Therapy and Crystal Therapy.

Learner Feedback

LOCATION
RESOURCES
COURSE CONTENT
COURSE DELIVERY
TUTOR SUPPORT
VALUE FOR MONEY
OVERALL EXPERIENCE

*Statistics depicted in this graph collated from genuine learner feedback

What do I do now?

Begin training for a new career or expand your current skill set, enroll on our VTCT Certificate in Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology for Complementary Therapies (QCF) today

Course Content

Section 1Introduction & Induction
Lecture 1Welcome
Lecture 2Introduction
Lecture 3Time Management
Lecture 4Powerful Studying Tips
Lecture 5Assessment Guidance
Section 2UV31299: Knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathology for complementary therapies
Lecture 6Learning outcomes and evidence requirements
Lecture 7Linx2Learn
Lecture 8Understand the organisation of the body
Lecture 9Learning outcome 1 Assignment
Lecture 10Understand the anatomy, physiology and pathologies of the skin, hair and nails
Lecture 11Learning outcome 2: Understand the anatomy, physiology and pathologies of the skin, hair and nails
Lecture 12Understand the anatomy, physiology and pathologies of the skeletal system
Lecture 13Learning outcome 3: Understand the anatomy, physiology and pathologies of the skeletal system
Lecture 14Understand the anatomy, physiology and pathologies of the muscular system
Lecture 15Learning outcome 4: Understand the anatomy, physiology and pathologies of the muscular system
Lecture 16Understand the anatomy, physiology and pathologies of the nervous system
Lecture 17Learning outcome 5: Understand the anatomy, physiology and pathologies of the nervous system
Lecture 18Understand the anatomy, physiology and pathologies of the endocrine system
Lecture 19Learning outcome 6: Understand the anatomy, physiology and pathologies of the endocrine system
Lecture 20Understand the anatomy, physiology and pathologies of the respiratory system
Lecture 21Learning outcome 7: Understand the anatomy, physiology and pathologies of the respiratory system
Lecture 22Understand the anatomy, physiology and pathologies of the cardiovascular system
Lecture 23Learning outcome 8: Understand the anatomy, physiology and pathologies of the cardiovascular system
Lecture 24Understand the anatomy, physiology and pathologies of the lymphatic system
Lecture 25Learning outcome 9: Understand the anatomy, physiology and pathologies of the lymphatic system
Lecture 26Understand the anatomy, physiology and pathologies of the digestive system
Lecture 27Learning outcome 10: Understand the anatomy, physiology and pathologies of the digestive system
Lecture 28Understand the anatomy, physiology and pathologies of the urinary system
Lecture 29Learning outcome 11: Understand the anatomy, physiology and pathologies of the urinary system
Lecture 30Understand the anatomy, physiology and pathologies of the reproductive system
Lecture 31Learning outcome 12: Understand the anatomy, physiology and pathologies of the reproductive system
Section Quiz
Section 3Revision, Reflective Practice & Feedback
Lecture 32Revision
Lecture 33Exam Techniques
Lecture 34Reflective Practice, Feedback and Evaluation
Final Quiz