Reflexology Diploma Level 3

Join us for this Level 3 course, where we teach you all the skills and knowledge you need to become a reflexologist. You'll learn how to use reflexology as a means for relaxation and promote self-healing for your clients.

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  • Working in the NHS in hospitals and care homes
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Level 3

Course Type



Options Course Code Starts Ends Days From To Standard Fee
apply 60317-01 16/09/24 16/06/25 Monday 09:00 12:00 £1000

What will I study?

During this course, we'll develop your skills and understanding of this holistic treatment so that you can start your career as a reflexologist. Throughout the qualification, you will develop your knowledge and understanding of relevant anatomy and physiology, health and safety, and client care. You will develop your interpersonal skills so you can communicate effectively with clients. You will also develop your technical skills so you can use reflexology for relaxation and to promote self-healing for your clients.

What previous qualifications or experience do I need?

You will be required to demonstrate a good level of English in both written and communication skills, in line with the level of the course.

How will I be assessed?

You will continually be assessed during the course. There will be observations of your practical work, written assignments, homework, and short written papers.

What qualification will I achieve?

Once you have completed this course, you will achieve a VTCT Level 3 Diploma in Reflexology.

What can I do after completing this course?

Once you have finished this course, you will be highly trained and ready to start working as a reflexologist. If you are passionate about studying and improving your skills, then you might like to join one of our other diplomas, such as aromatherapy, to specialise further.

Are there any extra costs?

There might be some extra costs with this course to purchase textbooks, as you may find these useful to help with your studies.

Additional Info

We recommend that you spend two to three hours a week learning outside of lessons, working on written tasks, research, and practising the skills you've learnt.