Reasons to choose this Level 5 Diploma in Practitioner Reflexology Course

  • Highest level of Reflexology Training in the UK - the Diploma Course is officially equivalent to 2nd year at University or an HND

  • Minimum Guaranteed face to face Teaching Hours - All Centralia Centres teach you for 160 hours as a minimum - it is a "Hands On" therapy.  
    As a regulated course, it qualifies you for Full Membership of Association of Reflexologists on sucessful completion.
    It also qualifies you to become student members, offering a great deal of support on its Students' Pages

  • Palliative Care

  • Maternity Care

  • Subfertility Care

  • Stress Management 

  • Hand Reflexology

  • Nutrition facts for clients and practitioners

  • Research Module

  • National Occupational Standards (NOS's)

  • It is worth noting that the Level 5 Diploma in Practitioner Reflexology is under "Nursing, Subjects and Vocations Allied to Medicine".​
  • Comply with Core Curriculum for Reflexology 

  • Guaranteed equality of assessments 

  • Guaranteed equality of evidence based studies

  • All units reflexology specific (Level 3 has 4 units, only 1 is specific to reflexology)      Level 5 has 5 units and they are all Reflexology specific

  • No generic units - you will learn what you need to learn to be a reflexologist, rather than having to study a subject area that covers other therapies but is not relevant to being a  Reflexologist - but you still have to spend time studying them - whether you are interested or not.

  •  All Main Tutors are reflexologists with over 5 years clinical practice

  •   Externally Verified by Awarding Body Agored Cymru - this is important to maintain and improve standards

  • Set assessments to guarantee quality assurance and standards

  •   Verification by an Independent External Approved Centre

  • AP&P units are accredited by the International Federation of Aromatherapists (the largest and oldest aromatherapy association in the world), so you don't have to study AP&P again if you go on to train as an Aromatherapist at one of their schools.

  • The Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology for Reflexology Unit is also accepted by the International Federation of Aromatherapists and therefore transferable for those who may wish to further their training in another modality. 

  • All Centralia training Centres meet at least once per year to review and improve the course

  • All Centralia training Centres share "best practice" and are committed to upholding and continually developing the standards of the training provision.  This is so that the Reflexologists trained by them are the very best Reflexologists in the UK ... and beyond!   

  • If you want to learn how to become a clinical, therapeutic and professional reflexologist - look no further!



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