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Professional Certificate In Clinical Reflexology

On completion of the Professional Certificate in Clinical Reflexology course graduates are equipped to practice the ancient art of Reflexology in a clinical setting as a Reflexologist.

Reflexology has been used for thousands of years to promote relaxation and maintain physical, mental and emotional health and wellbeing through the application of specialised massage techniques and pressure to the feet, hands and ears, accessing pressure points that represent our entire body, producing highly effective results.

Studies in the Reflexology training qualification include a combination of anatomy and physiology and Reflexology theory, practice and techniques to equip graduates with the practical skills and knowledge to provide professional, holistic Reflexology treatments.

About the Facilitators

Your Trainers at Nature Care College as professionals who are passionate about their fields of expertise. They bring a wealth of knowledge, clinical expertise and industry experience to provide you with an exciting, engaging and relevant educational experience.

Course Duration: 1 Year Part-Time

Commences: March  

Delivery Mode: Practical units of study are on campus only, theory units of study can be completed on-campus or distance learning

Recognition of Course

Nature Care College is an approved training provider for the Professional Certificate in Clinical Reflexology with;

IICT - The International Institute for Complementary Therapists Professional membership & insurance for Every Therapist - Once you have graduated with your Professional Certificate in Clinical Reflexology from Nature Care College, you are eligible to join the IICT Visit: www.iict.com.au

The Profession Certificate in Clinical Reflexology is accredited with the Reflexology Association of Australia Visit: www.reflexology.org.au

Nature Care College courses are not nationally recognised qualifications under the Australian Qualification Framework, do not lead to the issuance of AQF certification documentation and Nature Care College is not registered by ASQA to deliver the course.

Frequently asked questions about Professional Certificate in Clinical Reflexology

What are the requirements to practice?

Nature Care Colleges Professional Certificate in Clinical Reflexology will enable you to gain access to insurance and start practicing. Our Professional Certificate in Clinical Reflexology course is a work ready qualification approved by the International Institute for Complementary Therapists (IICT), where graduates are eligible to register for their insurance to practice. It is also accredited with the Reflexology Association of Australia.

If your purpose of study is to practice, then a Nature Care College Professional Certificate in Clinical Reflexology will enable you to practice and enter the industry as a confident therapist and at an affordable price.

Who are my Trainers?

Nature Care College has been a leading provider of natural therapies for 45 years! The college is renowned for its bodywork curriculum, passionate and experiences Trainers and professional, caring environment. Students in the Professional Certificate in Clinical Reflexology receive great benefits in learning from Trainers who are successful therapists and who love sharing their first-hand clinical experience with their students.

Do I need to outsource my clinical training?

The College campus has an established in-house Wellness Centre where students put their theory into practice during their final terms of study treating members of the public under the supervision of experienced clinical practitioners. In our busy Wellness Centre, students treat patients with preventative health care solutions to improve well-being and patients with existing health conditions. Exposure to such depth of clinical experience and expertise provides students with the confidence to graduate as work ready therapists.

For further details please download Course Outline

Please note that you will require a current First Aid Certificate to graduate

 

UNITS OF STUDY

Anatomy & Physiology Body Structure

Description: A fundamental component of all major modalities, this subject will teach you an overview of the fundamental Anatomy of Body Structures. This course will focus on the anatomy of the external body structures including the skin and accessory structures, bones of the skeleton, joints and the skeletal muscles.

Learning Hours: Learning hours are inclusive of all supervised and prescribed activities throughout the duration of this unit of study. These may include lectures, on-line tasks, forums, assessments, prescribed reading, research, assignments and activities.

Assessment
This unit is assessed by:

  • Two on-line quizzes

Pre-requisites: Nil

Co-requisites: Nil


Building Your Successful Practice

Description: This unit of study will describe the skills and knowledge required to work effectively in a healthcare setting with clients, staff, visitors, suppliers and others. You will acquire skills and knowledge to implement and monitor compliance with legal and ethical requirements, skills and knowledge required to arrange referrals to other health care professionals and to provide administration for a clinical health practice.

Learning Hours: Learning hours are inclusive of all supervised and prescribed activities throughout the duration of this unit of study. These may include lectures, on-line tasks, forums, assessments, prescribed reading, research, assignments and activities.

Assessment
This unit is assessed by:

  • Two written assignments

Pre-requisites: Nil

Co-requisites: Nil


Anatomy & Physiology Body Systems

Description: A fundamental component of all major modalities, this subject continues on from Anatomy and Physiology of Body Structures and will focus on the anatomy and physiological functioning of each Body System. The final component of this course will focus on processes of pregnancy, labour and lactation and the impact of each body system on Homeostasis and in ageing.

Assessment
This unit is assessed by:

  • Two on-line quizzes


Learning Hours: Learning hours are inclusive of all supervised and prescribed activities throughout the duration of this unit of study. These may include lectures, on-line tasks, forums, assessments, prescribed reading, research, assignments and activities.

Pre-requisites: Nil
Co-requisites: Nil


Clinical Practice A (Reflexology)

Description: In the Nature Care Wellness Centre students further consolidate their therapeutic treatment skills with clients in a supervised clinic setting.

Assessment (indicative only): This unit of study is assessed via on-going practical assessment.

Pre-requisites: Reflexology 1, Anatomy & Physiology Body Structure, Safe Practices

Co-requisites: Reflexology 2, Anatomy & Physiology Body Systems

 


Clinical Practice B (Reflexology)

Description: In the Nature Care Wellness Centre students further consolidate their therapeutic treatment skills with clients in a supervised clinic setting.

Assessment (indicative only): This unit of study is assessed via on-going practical assessment.

Pre-requisites: Reflexology 1 & 2, Anatomy & Physiology Body Structure, Anatomy & Physiology Body Systems, Safe Practices

Co-requisites: Reflexology 3 


Clinical Supervision - Tactile

This unit of study supports students in the facilitation of effective communication in relation to clinical practice and the health sector. This module further develops interpersonal skills, personal awareness and an understanding of the psychological life of the body. Clinical supervision is a small group environment where case work and professional practice is shared, examined and developed.

Assessment
This unit is assessed by:

  • One written assignment
  • Two in-class activities and written tasks

 


Communicate With Clients

Description: This unit of study covers the skills required by practitioners to establish and maintain effective communication with clients throughout all interactions and provide basic counselling as required and as appropriate to facilitate the treatment or health service being provided. The skills apply to work in a range of health settings where health services are provided with direct client contact involved.

Learning Hours: Learning hours are inclusive of all supervised and prescribed activities throughout the duration of this unit of study. These may include lectures, on-line tasks, forums, assessments, prescribed reading, research, assignments and activities.

Assessment
This unit is assessed by:

  • One written assignment
  • One on-line quiz

Pre-requisites: Nil

Co-requisites: Nil

 


Reflexology 1- An Introduction

Description:  Heal the whole body through the feet! This unit of study introduces you to the basic concepts and techniques of reflexology. You will learn how to stimulate pressure points on the feet and hands to diagnose and treat many ailments, correcting imbalances in the body through reflex action.

Learning Hours: Learning hours are inclusive of all supervised and prescribed activities throughout the duration of this unit of study. These may include lectures, on-line tasks, forums, assessments, prescribed reading, research, assignments and activities.

Assessment
This unit is assessed by:

  • Practical assessment tasks
  • Five body logs

Pre-requisites: Nil

Co-requisites: Nil

 


Reflexology 2

Description:  This Unit of Study will broaden and deepen participant’s dimensions and perspective of Reflexology through the integration of other modalities and theories. The new skills learned will enable participants to develop a tailored treatment plan to suit specific conditions.

Learning Hours: Learning hours are inclusive of all supervised and prescribed activities throughout the duration of this unit of study. These may include lectures, on-line tasks, forums, assessments, prescribed reading, research, assignments and activities.

Assessment
This unit is assessed by:

  • One written assignment
  • Practical assessment tasks

Pre-requisites: Reflexology 1

Co-requisites: Anatomy & Physiology Body Structure

 


Reflexology 3

Description: In Reflexology 3 you will learn the principles and art of advanced Reflexology, developing and enhancing the skills needed to become an experienced reflexologist. You will also learn how to monitor and evaluate reflexology treatments.

Learning Hours: Learning hours are inclusive of all supervised and prescribed activities throughout the duration of this unit of study. These may include lectures, on-line tasks, forums, assessments, prescribed reading, research, assignments and activities.

Assessment
This unit is assessed by:

  • One written assignment
  • Practical assessment tasks

Pre-requisites: Reflexology 1, Reflexology 2, Anatomy & Physiology Body Structure

Co-requisites: Anatomy & Physiology Body Systems


Safe Practices

Description:  This unit incorporates the skills and knowledge required to comply with infection control policies and procedures and contribute to WHS processes.

Learning Hours: Learning hours are inclusive of all supervised and prescribed activities throughout the duration of this unit of study. These may include lectures, on-line tasks, forums, assessments, prescribed reading, research, assignments and activities.

Assessment
This unit is assessed by:

  • One on-line quiz

Pre-requisites: Nil.

Co-requisites: Nil.




Course tuition fees for each term will depend on the number of units of study in which you enrol into. You enrol and pay on a term by term basis.

Year 1 Fees:

Term 1 : $1,680.00

Term 2 : $2,260.00

Term 3 : $2,250.00

testimonials

"Martina's enthusiasm for Reflexology is evident. Classes aren't based wholly on the Learning Guide but also include her experiences as a practitioner - very valuable."

Andrew Smith

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