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REFLEXOLOGY II: Certificate II- Certificate of Reflexology
Gained: Certificate of Reflexology

Offered: Two options – Weekend or Distance Education
              + attendance of Day 7

Length: 7 one-day seminars – minimum 70 hours,
            9.30am to 5pm daily

Presenters: Moss Arnold, Sharon Windle or College trainer

Prerequisite: Reflexology I or a minimum of 20 hours of
                    Reflexology training at a recognised and
                    accredited training institution.

Content: PART A – The Practical
1. Basic Rules of Reflexology
2. Basic Sequence of Working
3. Practical: Reflexology Treatment
4. Summaries of Sequence

Content:PART B – The Theory
1. Outline of Reflexology II, Assessment and Recommended
    Texts
2. History/Origins of Reflexology
3. Foot Maps: Physical Reflexes & Theories of Reflexology
Content (Cont.):PART B – The Theory
4. Anatomy and physiology of the feet & Biomechanics:
    An Introduction
5. Diagnosing through the feet
6. Visual Assessment of the Feet: Introduction
7. Referral Areas and Helper Areas
8. Systematic Approach to Reflexology (Each body system
    reflected through the feet)
9. Client Reactions to a Reflexology Treatment
10. Growing Up and Reflexology
11. Women’s Cycles of Life and Reflexology
12. The Mature Years and Reflexology
13. Professional Associations: ATMS & RAoA
14. Client Management and Care: An Introduction
15. Consultation sheets & Assessment Outline of the three
      Diplomas offered

Investment:
7 one-day seminars ($132/day)/Distance Education $924.00
Pay for all 7 seminars (10% discount). Due Day 1 .. $831.60

NOTE: After completion of Reflexology I – “Reflexology for Everyone” and all seven one-day seminars of Reflexology II, satisfactory completion of Examination and Assessment Tasks (both theory and practical) of Reflexology II and all other participant obligations, the College will issue the “Certificate of Reflexology”.
TESTIMONIAL: REFLEXOLOGY I & II TRAINING
I would like to express to you once more my thanks and appreciation to you over the past weeks during my training.......... You are a very gifted man who is passionate about life and Reflexology and I hope a little if not a lot has rubbed off onto me.
I made some lovely new friends during this course and wish all the girls the best of luck as they travel further on their Reflexology journey.
I wish you, Sharon and Elliott love, light and peace and thank you once more. Lizz
REFLEXOLOGY III: Certificate III- Advanced Certificate of Reflexology
Gained: Advanced Certificate of Reflexology or Diploma of
            Clinical Reflexology as applicable.

Offered: Weekends

Length: 12 one-day seminars

When on: One Module once every 2 to 4 weeks from March
               through to December. Run in conjunction with
               Chi-Reflexology III and Clinical Diploma Modules.

Presenters: Moss Arnold & College trainers

Prerequisite: Reflexology I and Reflexology II, or a
                   minimum of 90 hours of Reflexology training
                   at a recognised and accredited training
                   institution.

Content:
MODULE 1: Chi-Reflexology 1, 4 one-day seminars presented
                                           by Moss Arnold
Content: (Cont.)
MODULE 2: Chi-Reflexology 2, 2 one-day seminars presented
                                           by Moss Arnold
MODULE 3: Foot Talk, 2 one-day seminars, presented by
                               Sharon Windle
MODULE 4: Hand (Acupressure in) Reflexology, 2 one-day
                                 seminars, presented by Moss Arnold
MODULE 5: Reflexology for Women, 2 one-day seminars,
                                           presented by Jacqui Baldwin

Investment:
      12 one-day seminars ($143.00/day) .......... $1,716.00
      All 12 days (10% discount) Due Day 1 ........ $1,544.40


NOTE: Reflexology III is the Advanced Reflexology component of the Diploma of Clinical Reflexology and therefore the Advanced Certificate of Reflexology will only be issued for participants that are not continuing on to the Diploma of Clinical Reflexology. In this case, the Advanced Certificate of Reflexology will be issued after completion of all Modules of Reflexology III, satisfactory completion of all Assessment Tasks (both theory & practical) of Reflexology III & all other participant obligations.
CHI-REFLEXOLOGY III: Certificate III- Advanced Certificate of Chi-Reflexology
Gained: Advanced Certificate of Chi-Reflexology or Diploma
            of Chi-Reflexology, as applicable.

Offered: Weekends

Length: 12 one-day seminars

When on: One Module once every 2 to 4 weeks from March
                 through to December. Run in conjunction with
                 Reflexology III and Clinical Diploma Modules.

Presenter: Moss Arnold

Prerequisite: Reflexology I and Reflexology II, or a
                    minimum of 90 hours of Reflexology training
                    at a recognised and accredited training
                    institution.
Content:
    MODULE 1: Chi-Reflexology 1, 4 one-day seminars
    MODULE 2: Chi-Reflexology 2, 2 one-day seminars
    MODULE 3: Chi-Reflexology 3, 2 one-day seminars
    MODULE 4: Chi-Reflexology 4, 2 one-day seminars
    MODULE 5: Chi-Reflexology 5, 2 one-day seminars

Investment: 12 one-day seminars ($143/day) .... $1,716.00
All 12 days (10% discount) Due Day 1 ................ $1,544.40


NOTE: Chi-Reflexology III is the Advanced Chi-Reflexology component of the Diploma of Chi-Reflexology and therefore the Advanced Certificate of Chi-Reflexology will only be issued for participants that are not continuing on to the Diploma of Chi-Reflexology. In this case, the Advanced Certificate of Chi-Reflexology will be issued after completion of all Modules of Chi-Reflexology III, satisfactory completion of all Assessment Tasks (both theory and practical) of Chi-Reflexology III and, all other participant obligations.
CLINICAL DIPLOMA MODULES: Diploma of Clinical or Diploma of Chi-Reflexology
Gained: Diploma of Clinical Reflexology and/or Diploma of
            Chi-Reflexology. (Recognised Professional training)

Offered: Distance Education Modules (can be undertaken any
              time after completion of Reflexology II)
              + 10 one-day seminars

Length: Equivalent to 20 one-day seminars.

Presenters: Moss Arnold,Sharon Hartley or College trainer.

Prerequisite: Reflexology I and Reflexology II, or a
                    minimum of 70 hours of Reflexology training
                    at a recognised and accredited training
                    institution.

Co-requisite: Reflexology III and/or Chi-Reflexology III

Contents:
    Distance Education Module: Communications 1
    Distance Education Module: Communications 2
    Distance Education Module: Practice Management 1
    Distance Education Module: Practice Management 2
    Distance Education Module: Practice Safety (OH&S)
Contents (Cont.):
    Supervised Reflexology Student Clinic, 8 one-day seminars                                      OR
    Supervsied Chi-Refleoxlogy Student Clinic, 8 one-day
                                                                 seminars
    Clinical Practicum 1, 2 one-day seminars



INVESTMENT:
• Distance Education Modules
  ($286.00 per Module X 5 Modules) ................... $1,430.00
  + 10 one day seminar ($143.00/day) ............... $1,430.00
TOTAL $2,860.00


NOTE: After completion of all Modules of Reflexology III and/or Chi-Reflexology III and the Clinical Diploma Modules, satisfactory completion of Examinations and Assessment Tasks (both theory and practical, a minimum of 180 hours of Anatomy and Physiology training as outlined by the College, completion of a current Senior First Aid course, completion of a recognised Occupational, Health and Safety training as outlined by the College, and all other participant obligations, the College will issue the “Diploma of Clinical Reflexology” and/or “Diploma of Chi-Reflexology”.

Note also that continuing education can be tax deductible.
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 1: Certificate of A & P 1
Gained: Certificate of Anatomy and Physiology 1

Offered: Distance Education (can be undertaken any time
             after completion of Reflexology II)

Length: Equivalent to 180 hours.

Prerequisite: Reflexology I and Reflexology II, or a
                   minimum of 90 hours of Reflexology training
                   at a recognised and accredited training
                   institution.

Corequisite: Reflexology III and/or Chi-Reflexology III, and
                  Clinical Diploma Modules

Content:
      Introduction to the Human Body
      Integumentary (Skin) System
      The Skeletal System
      The Muscular System
Content (Cont.):
      The Nervous System
      The Sensory System
      The Endocrine System
      The Circulatory System
      The Respiratory System
      The Digestive System
      The Urinary System
      The Reproductive System

INVESTMENT: $990 (including Textbook, Study Guide and
                             postage)


NOTE: After satisfactory completion of Distance Education Assessments Tasks and Examinations, plus all other participant obligations, the College will issue the “Certificate of Anatomy and Physiology 1”.

Note also that continuing education can be tax deductible.
DIPLOMA (MEDICAL) MODULES: Dip Reflexology (Medical)
Gained: Diploma of Reflexology Health Training Package
           HLT51707 (Reflexology for the Health Care Industry)

Offered: Weekends and Distance Education (can be
              undertaken any time after Enrolling in the
              Diploma of Reflexology (Medical)

Length: 29 one-day seminars over two years part-time study
            as outlined below + A & P 2

Presenters: Various, at listed below.

Prerequisite: Diploma of Clinical Reflexology

Content:
1. Either Diploma of Chi-Reflexology OR Equivalent, i.e.
        6 days of Post-Grad Reflexology training
        + 21 Journal Entries of these 6 days
        + 4 days of Supervised Clinic
        + 1 Major Case History
        + 1 Research Project         PLUS
2. Lymphatic Drainage Reflexology, 2 one-day seminars
3. Australian Bush Flower Essences and Chi-Reflexology, 2
   one-day seminars
Content (Cont.): PLUS
4. Reflexology Post-Graduate Studies (not already studied),
    4 one-day seminars
5. Distance Education: Therapeutic Ethics
6. Distance Education: Professional Practice 1
7. Distance Education: Professional Practice 2
8. Distance Education: Professional Practice 3
9. Clinical Practicum 2
10. Clinical Practicum 3
11. Distance Education: A & P 2


INVESTMENT:
All Modules including Distance Education ($154.00/day) $3,036.00
  10% discount (Due Day 1) ................................. $2,732.40


NOTE: After completion of all Modules of Diploma (Medical), satisfactory completion of Examinations & Assessment Tasks (both theory & practical), a minimum of 180 hours of Anatomy and Physiology 2, completion of a recognised OH&S training as outlined by the College, & all other participant obligations, the College will issue the “Diploma of Reflexology (Medical)”.

Note also that continuing education can be tax deductible.
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2: Certificate of A & P 2
Gained: Certificate of Anatomy and Physiology 2

Offered: Distance Education [can be undertaken any time
             after Enrolling in the Diploma of Reflexology
             (Medical)]

Prerequisite: Reflexology I and Reflexology II, or a
                     minimum of 90 hours of Reflexology training
                     at a recognised and accredited training
                     institution.

Corequisite: Diploma of Reflexology (Medical) Modules

Content:
        • Communicate health terminology
        • Chemistry, matter and life
        • Cells and their functions
        • Tissues, glands and membranes
        • Disease and disease-producing organisms
        • The Blood
Content (Cont.):
        • The heart and heart disease
        • Body defences, immunity and vaccines
        • Metabolism, nutrition and body temperatures
        • Body fluids
        • Development and birth
        • Heredity and hereditary diseases
        • Analysis of health information

INVESTMENT: $990 (including Textbook, Study Guide and
                             postage)


NOTE: After satisfactory completion of Distance Education Assessment Tasks, Examinations and Assessment Tasks, and all other participant obligations, the College will issue the “Certificate of Anatomy and Physiology 2”.

Note also that continuing education can be tax deductible.
REFLEXOLOGY I: Certificate I - Reflexology for Everyone

Gained: Statement of Attendance

Offered: Weekend class

Length: 2 one-day seminars - minimum 20 hours;
9.30am to 5pm daily

Presenters: Moss Arnold, Sharon Windle or College trainer

Content:
1. Introduction to Reflexology and the College
2. Perspective of the Feet: Foot Map - Where�s what?
3. Anatomical Reflection Theory

Content(Cont.):
4. Holding Techniques
5. Why Reflexology; Don't of Foot Reflexology, and
Precautions.
6. Practical: Reflexology Openings
7. Basic Rules of Reflexology
8. Terminology of Foot Reflexology
9. Practical: Basic Working Techniques (thumbs, fingers, etc.)
10. The Basic Procedure for a mini-Reflexology Treatment
11. Summaries of Sequence: Visual and written.

Investment: ($121.00/day) $242.00 (To be paid in full on
� � � � � � � � �� ���Enrolment)

Note also that continuing education can be tax deductible.

CLINICAL EXPERIENCE
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Clinical Experience is a vital component of the professional training, as it integrates and applies the knowledge the students have gained. The minimum hours are set by the accrediting professional bodies, and by the College.

It is the Colleges policy that students should not practice before graduation, except under the supervision of the College or a professional and insured health care provider. Clinical Experience is outlined at the end of Reflexology II and once a student has gained the Certificate of Reflexology, Clinical Experience can be commenced.

For this portion of the course the student is expected to adhere to a particular dress code. The dress code and other clinical procedures will be outlined in detail prior to the commencement of clinic.

Supervised Clinic and Work Experience will include a combination of College supervised hours and hours completed in the student’s own time, under the supervision of a professional and insured health care provider and/or in a health care institution.

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