What qualifications do I need to be a reflexologist in the UK?
Nationally regulated qualifications eligible for AoR membership:
- Level 3 Diploma in Reflexology for Wellbeing – SEG Awards.
- Level 3 Diploma in Reflexology – City and Guilds, ITEC, VTCT and Cibtac.
- Level 3 RQF Diploma in Complementary Therapies – City and Guilds, ITEC, VTCT and Cibtac.
How much does a reflexologist earn UK?
Salary. A reflexologist starting out is likely to earn from £11,000 – £14,000 per annum. An experienced reflexologist with a good client base can earn between £20,000 – £35,000 per annum. A reflexologist who runs their own clinic with other employees on the payroll may earn upwards of £35,000 per annum.
Is ITEC the same as NVQ?
Many ITEC courses, including the ITEC Level 3 massage course, which is equivalent to a Level 3 NVQ, don’t require any previous experience or knowledge.
How do I become a reflexologist in Australia?
To qualify as a reflexologist, you have to complete a certification program or the Diploma in Reflexology, which you can study full-time or part-time. You also need to gain membership in a professional body such as the Reflexology Association of Australia.
How long does it take to qualify as a reflexologist?
This typically takes around 20 months to complete as a mix of workplace learning and off-the-job study.
What qualification do you need to practice reflexology?
Reflexology Course Prerequisites Students must hold an Ofqual Level 3 Diploma and/or Certificate in Anatomy, Physiology & Pathology or higher.
Is reflexology a good career UK?
Working as a professional reflexologist can be a rewarding career. If you are a caring, helpful professional you will go far. Whilst a Reflexologist is not a counsellor, you do have to be a good listener as often clients will want to off-load their problems during a treatment.
Is ITEC a good qualification?
The International Therapy Examination Council (ITEC) has been awarding high quality and respected qualifications since 1947. It is a leading UK specialist examination board providing quality qualifications allowing people to practise professionally in the UK and countries throughout the world.
What level is an ITEC diploma?
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|Certificate in Bridal Make-up||Level 2||2193|
|Certificate in Customer Service||Level 1||2216|
|Certificate in Diet and Nutrition for Complementary Therapists||Level 3||2140|
|Certificate in Education and Training||Level 4||2214|
How much do reflexologists make Australia?
$1,430 (AUD)/yr The average certified reflexologist gross salary in Australia is $93,438 or an equivalent hourly rate of $45. In addition, they earn an average bonus of $1,430.
How long does a reflexology course take?
The Reflexology Diploma Course will take you up to 150 hours to complete working from home. There is no time limit for completing this course, it can be studied in your own time at your own pace. This is a Level 3 course and will give you 150 CPD (Continued Professional Development) points.
What is a Level 3 Diploma in reflexology?
Course Structure. The ITEC Level 3 Diploma in Reflexology is a fast track, intensive course of study designed for those wishing to build the base from which to develop a career in alternative therapies. The course is run by enthusiastic, dedicated ITEC professionals, who teach not because they can do but because they love to.
What happens at the end of the reflexology course?
At the end of the course, you will sit a 1-hour practical exam where Reflexology techniques, as well as client care and standards of hygiene, will be assessed. You will also need to submit documented evidence of having given 100 treatments.
What qualifications do I need to become a reflexologist?
Beginners will need to undertake an Anatomy & Physiology qualification alongside this course. The School of Natural Therapies’ ITEC Level 3 Diploma in Reflexology Course provides an exciting, dynamic and thoroughly enjoyable learning experience for all students undertaking one of our internationally recognised diplomas.
Why study ITEC at the School of Natural Therapies?
With a long-standing reputation for learning excellence and on-going tutor support, the School of Natural Therapies’ prides itself on ensuring that students are well prepared for the ITEC Diploma examination.