Diploma In Natural Therapy
Diploma In Natural Therapy
This course is currently closed to new enrolments.
Fascinated by natural therapy? Our online diploma course walks you through 4 key areas of natural therapy: reflexology, homeopathy, acupuncture and acupressure. Each of these areas is explored and students will gain fundamental knowledge in each of these areas.
Natural therapies involve physical and emotional body treatments to improve health, promote well-being and relieve pain. Natural therapy has grown as a profession in recent years, with many people fleeing traditional medicines and pharmaceuticals in search of what can be naturally achieved. Natural therapy has rapidly grown as an exciting area of study as an alternative, or to supplement, general medicine practices.
Areas of learning include:
• Fundamentals of acupressure, acupuncture, acupressure
• Chinese/Eastern medicine
• Understanding clinical applications, infections, ailments
• Common remedies
Potential Career Paths This Course May Lead To:
• Reflexologist, acupuncturist
• Acupressure practitioner, naturopath, homeopath
• Health and fitness consultant
• Health spa owner and manager
• Physio and rehabilitation expert
Students looking to practice natural therapy formally should complete a practical course of instruction separately. All students will be required to complete a disclaimer.
Digital certificate included in course fees. Printed certificate available at additional cost.
This is not an NZQA nor AQF course.
Information offered in this course should not be taken as medical advice and/or medical training. Always seek professional medical advice from a healthcare professional before practising and/or receiving any treatment. Auckland College does not take any responsibility for any information on and/or from this site and how in which people accessing it use it. This course is meant as an introduction and provides you with the knowledge of this history of the subject. All information offered on this course is intended to support a practical course of instruction, which we do not offer. Any information contained in this course is not intended to be practiced unless further training is sought through another institution. All and any information offered is not intended to be used or applied in practice by those who have not undergone a practical course of training within the relevant fields. While care has been taken in the preparation of the information contained in this course, we do not and cannot guarantee its accuracy, its validity or if it is current. Anyone accessing this information does so at his or her own risk. It will be agreed that access indemnifies Auckland College and its associated parties from all and any injury, loss and/or damage in any form.