Course available at the following venues:
(7 practical attendance days)
Jan ’22 – Fri 28th
Feb ’22 – Fri 11th,
March ’22 –Fri 25th, Thurs 31st
April ’22 – Thurs 28th
May ’22 – Thurs 26th
June ’22 – Thurs 30th
+ monthly live zoom video coursework support lessons (dates tbc)
VTCT Level 3 Diploma in Reflexology (QCF)
This reflexology course will develop your knowledge and understanding of the principles and practice and business practice for complementary therapies. Furthermore, you will learn about anatomy, physiology and pathology for complementary therapies.
You will also develop your understanding and practical skills to competently provide reflexology services. You may also choose to complete an additional unit which will develop your knowledge and understanding of healthy eating and wellbeing for the complementary therapy client.
This is a practitioner level qualification.
“This qualification is accepted for full membership of the AoR/Association of Reflexologists” (further tutor hours required, further costs apply)
YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO COMMENCE THE PRACTICAL TRAINING OF THIS COURSE UNTIL YOU HAVE ENROLLED & COMPLETED THE EXAM FOR THE LEVEL 2 INFECTION PREVENTION COURSE -
2.. A minimum of 49 contact hours is required for AOR membership, further dates will need to be booked in addition to the dates advertised above (further costs apply).
Practical attendance & assessment: 7 days
(An extra 2 days will be required to comply with AOR membership regulations, these additional dates can be booked in at time of booking.)
Coursework: Home study and portfolio of evidence containing questions and assignment work
Written Exam: 2 papers
Course material available via online platform, you will receive your own account and log in and access the coursework and training resources.
Unit UC31268 – Principles & Practice for complementary therapies.
Unit UC31267 – Business Practice for Complementary Therapies.
Unit UC31299 – Knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathology for
Unit UC31302 – Provide reflexology for complementary therapies
Optional Unit UC31303 – Healthy eating and well-being for the complementary
therapy client (additional costs apply).
GLH (Guided Learning Hours): 266 – 296. (GLH incl’s. practical, coursework, case studies, assessments, written exams)
(Minimum of 49 contact hours needs to be covered to comply with the AOR requirements, please ask for additional dates to be booked.)
Home study (Coursework): This can be started at anytime,
Practical Training: Please check out our current course dates on our website for the practical training element, additional dates can be supplied.
Group training = No, students will work on each other.
One to one training = Yes, you will be required to bring a model along to the practical
training to practice your routine on.
Case studies = Yes, you will be required to work on models for your case studies.
Assessments = Yes, you will be required to bring a model along to assessments to practice your routine on.
You must carry out and document evidence for at least 100 treatments.
VTCT – Vocational Training & Charitable Trust
|Our students have been offered an amazing opportunity to apply as a volunteer at North Devon Hospice to offer treatments to carers and staff to complete their case studies.
The application is subject to interview & recruitment process.Click here for more details
Self-Employment or Employment as a Complementary Therapist or reflexologist .
Online platform containing all the training pack.
You will need to purchase your own products, equipment (e.g. massage couch / reflexology) and massage oils in order to carry out your case studies. We recommend you purchase a text book to support your learning, See our reading list by signing up to our FREE student and therapists resources section - https://holistic-therapies-training.teachable.com/p/student-resources-free
A VRQ – VTCT Level 3 diploma in Reflexology (QCF)
This qualification is mapped to the relevant NOS (National Occupational Standards), where applicable. This qualification is accredited on the qualifications and credit framework (QCF). This qualification is a VRQ (Vocationally Related Qualification.)
Insurance / Membership:
Please check your insurance companies requirements before enrolling on this course? (It is the students responsibility to check coverage with their insurers BEFORE enrolling on this course)
Here are some insurance companies, some with introductory discounts - https://holistic-therapies-training.teachable.com/p/accreditation
“This qualification is accepted for full membership of the AoR/Association of Reflexologists”
You will need to attend a minimum of 49 tutored hours in order to gain AOR insurance, please ask to book additional hours on top of the dates listed above.
If you prefer to pay by bank transfer, PayPal or PayPal credit, here are the details
Please note, if you choose either of these methods, your booking will be processed manually, and can take up to 24 hours to receive access to your training pack.
Bideford, Devon - Emma Hammond
Calne, Wiltshire - Nikki Anderson
Tiverton, Devon - Emma Hammond
Walton-on-Naze, Essex - Tina Mason
StartPre-Requisite - Level 2 Infection Prevention (Covid-19) Course
StartPractical Training Days - Attendance required
PreviewModule 1 - Introduction
StartModule 2 - Preparing your E-portfolio
StartModule 3 - VTCT Assessment log book
StartModule 4 - To do list
StartModule 5 - Knowledge questions (Coursework)
StartModule 6 - Training Resources
StartModule 7 - Revision for written exams
StartModule 8 - Assessments
StartWeek 1 - Induction (39:47)
StartWeek 2 - Reflexology Routine (36:40)
StartWeek 3 - Understand the key historical factors and theoretical background for complementary therapies
StartWeek 4 - Understand the main influences on working within the complementary therapy industry
StartWeek 5 - Understand the key aspects of good clinical practice
StartWeek 6 - Understand the key business criteria required for complementary therapies
StartWeek 7 - Be able to research a business concept
StartWeek 8 - Be able to prepare a business plan