Anatomy & Physiology
KF Approved Level 3 A&P courses
Optimum Health Balance - Susanne Lakin
Woodland View, Dixon Road, North Walsham, Norfolk NR28 9EA. Tel: 01692 407555, firstname.lastname@example.org
This course is specifically designed for any kinesiology students and therefore adopts a different emphasis from more conventional A and P courses
It takes place over 6 days (usually 3 weekends) and aims to promote an understanding of basic anatomy and physiology within the context of the holistic model of health and from the perspective of a kinesiologist. In addition to the more conventional ‘science’ it considers common physical problems and associated imbalances on all levels and includes techniques clients can use to help themselves retain balance.
The assessment is in 3 parts. It includes a personal journal, home study as well as a final assessment.
PKP – Professional Kinesiology Practice: home study A&P course
The purpose of this unit is to provide a simple, basic introduction to A&P and teach the use of medical terminology to communicate with clients, fellow workers and health professionals. The unit is a blend of two ASQA units: HLTAP401B and HLTCOM408D.
Those completing this unit will be able to describe in simple anatomical terms the respiratory, integumentary, urinary, cardiovascular, digestive, reproductive and nervous systems with special reference to the brain and special senses; describe the human skeleton and types of joints; explain muscle structure and describe the origin, insertion and action of major muscles of the body on a regional basis; use specific/medical terminology to communicate with clients, fellow workers and health professionals.
This home study unit has an assignment journal which will be assessed by an ICPKP Faculty member on completion, then the student sits an online assessment. Contact Denise Gurney to find out how to register at any time.
All students require to have access to an iPad or iPhone in order to complete the course.
Courses are ongoing. Guideline: 100 hrs study time.
Essential Training Solutions - online A&P
email@example.com, 01279 726800
This is an online course which can be done in your own time and space. Guideline 90 hrs, level 3.
Forge House, Pool Hill, Bridestowe, Devon. EX20 4EW. Tel: 01837 861536. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This course is aimed at kinesiologists and will be carried out over three weekends with coursework to be completed in between at home. The aim is for it to be a fun and highly practical course to enable you to fully integrate your knowledge into your work and practice from day one. We will look at optimising the body's potential for wellbeing by creating movement within and encouraging an active role in the journey to balance and good health.
Essentials For Health
2 Dukes Place, Marlow, Buckinghamshire SL7 2QH
Tel: 08451080088 Email:email@example.com Website:www.anatomyandphysiologyonline.com
This A&P course is provided by an online virtual classroom as a distance learning package, via the internet. There are 12 hours of films that are watched online, and the distance learning package with assessments, exercises and reading takes an additional 80-100 hours to complete. You will be able to obtain the level 3 VTCT Diploma or the BTEC level 3 Award in Anatomy and Physiology. A demonstration is available at:
A comprehensive training in the origins, insertions and actions of 40 major muscles of the body is included and a demonstration viewed at: http://www.anatomyandphysiologyonline.com/Muscle.php Use this link to sign into the program http://www.essentialsforhealth.co.uk/Redirect/page.php?id=113
The course is examined by a 3 hour written paper currently inLondon. Exams are held every 2 months approximately.
Helen McGuinness Health & Beauty Training
The Study book which was written by Helen covers the current NOS (National Occupational Standard) for the Health & Beauty industry as set out by Habia and therefore does not appertain specifically to one awarding body such asITEC. It is designed to be generic across all the levels (1 to 3) of the NOS and therefore relevant to qualifications that are based on the current NOS. Helen’s book has also been used for a number of years by colleges in the UK as part of their programmes
They are accredited by VTCT and cover the A&P with their students who are undertaking qualifications such as level 3 massage and have to have complete A&P at that level as part of the award.
They suggest on average 150hrs study and this A&P is for Level 3 only.
Helen McGuinness Health & Beauty Training International
103 Bournemouth Road
Telephone: 023 8026 6448
Centre of Excellence: Online Anatomy & Physiology Diploma course (at least level 3).
Tel: 01903 830666 or 07900 218954
This course aims to provide a full understanding of the structure and function of the main body systems. It is a home-study course and can be completed in the students own time. It has been structured into 5 assignments and has been specifically designed for Kinesiologists. It includes the 42 muscles which other courses, such as ITEc, do not normally include. Julie Langton-Smith is an accredited ITEC tutor as well as a D32/33 assessor. The first assignment is sent with a guided learning video which is used as a reference. A portfolio of evidence is created by the student over the course and is invaluable for future reference. A certificate of achievement is accredited at the end of the course. For those students wishing to take the ITEC exam please request further details.
College of Body Sciences
Essentials for Health
2 Dukes Place, Marlow
Buckinghamshire SL7 2QH
Tel: 0845 1080088
This A&P course is provided by an online virtual classroom as a distance learning package, via the internet. There are 12 hours of films that are watched online, and the distance learning package with assessments, exercises and reading takes an additional 80-100 hours to complete.
You will be able to obtain the level 3 ITEC Diploma, the level 3 VTCT Diploma or the BTEC level 3 Award in Anatomy and Physiology. A demonstration is available at: www.anatomyandphysiologyonline.com. A comprehensive training in the origins, insertions and actions of 40 major muscles of the body is included and a demonstration viewed at: www.anatomyandphysiologyonline.com/Muscle.php
The course is examined by a 1 hour multiple choice paper for ITEC and 3 hour written paper for VTCT and BTEC. Exams are held every 2 months in London approximately and can be arranged in the following cities on request: Bath, Brighton, Leicester, Newry, Edinburgh, Leeds, Gateshead, Exeter, Nottingham and Manchester.
Accreditation of prior learning (APL) - minimum 90 notional hours
If you already hold one of the following you can apply for accreditation of prior learning from your head of Advanced Kinesiology (see Advanced Kinesiology training options for the names and details of heads of Advanced Kinesiology):
ITEC courses - preferably to credit level - at many centres, including massage and physical therapy schools.
Certificates from the following providers do not meet the current requirements - BSY (British School of Yoga), SNHS (School of Natural Health Sciences), Stonebridge College.