An understanding of Anatomy and Physiology is essential as the basis of all practical training courses in beauty and holistic therapy. The GTi Award in Anatomy and Physiology is accredited by the Guild of Beauty Therapists. The course covers all the Anatomy and Physiology required for the Level 2 and Level 3 National Occupational Standards (NOS) for beauty, nails and holistic therapy treatments.
This is an Online Self Study course - you may work at your own pace to complete this.
Upon receipt of payment you will receive an email within 2 working days from the Guild to activate your course. Once it has been activated you will have access to the course via your Guild account.
Functions Of The Skin
The Skeletal System - Part 1
The Skeletal System - Part 2
The Muscular System - Part 1
The Muscular System - Part 2
The Digestive System - Part 1
The Digestive System - Part 2
The Endocrine System
The Male Reproductive System
The Female Reproductive System
The Respiratory System
The Circulatory System
The Lymphatic System
Principals and Functions of the Nervous System
Structure and Function of the Cellular System
This course is approved by
The Guild of Professional Beauty Therapists (GTi) This course covers all the required professional standards content for Level 2 & Level 3 National Occupation Standards for beauty, nails and holistic.
You are required to have a good command of the English language, an active email address, access to a device that is internet connected. (Lap top or Desk top is recommended). Your device should also have speakers or headphones.
None. This course is suitable for anyone who has no prior knowledge of Anatomy and Physiology.
Certificate / Assessment
A GTi Award is issued upon completion . Your E-Certificate is made available in you Guild Member area after successful completion. This course is recognised with the Guild of Professional Beauty Therapists and has 30 CPD points. Online Assessment takes place at the end of each module.
Industry Accreditations & Affiliations
Wider Accreditations & Affiliations
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