Susie Jennings School of Reflexology CPD Courses
Susie Jennings has built up a wealth of knowledge and experience and the School in Littlehampton is renowned for its high teaching standards. The School offers a comprehensive range of holistic diploma courses, CPD courses and workshops for qualified practitioners.
EMERGENCY FIRST AID AT WORK COURSE ( HSE )
Aim of the Course
This is a six hour Emergency First Aid at Work course specially designed for existing or newly qualified complementary therapists who do not hold a recognised certificate in First Aid.
Therapists wishing to renew their first aid certificate are recommended to attend.
The course will give you the confidence and first aid skills necessary should you find yourself having to administer first aid during a therapy treatment or while at your place of your work. An increasing number of associations and membership bodies now require new members to have first aid training in order to obtain membership and insurance.
The course is led by Paul Dumbleton of PD Medical Training Services, an experienced paramedic who is a member of Hampshire Ambulance Service.
- Assessing the situation
- Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation ( CPR )
- ABC of resuscitation
- The recovery position
- Recognition and emergency treatment of specific conditions eg:-
- Asthma attack
- Nose Bleed
- Hypoglycaemic Attack ( Diabetes )
- Broken limb / sprain
- Heart attack
- Anaphylactic shock
Cost: £70 - to include all tuition, handouts, and First Aid Certificate (valid for 3 years)
For further details:
Telephone: 01243 864318
Hand Reflexology has been in existence for as long as Foot Reflexology. Ancient Egyptian papyruses depict medical practitioners treating the hands and feet of their patients in 2,500 BC.
The Egyptians contributed greatly to the development of science and medicine. The doctors were the first physicians to study the human body scientifically, and they were famous for this. Further evidence that the medical profession was held in great esteem can be seen in the tomb of Ankhmahor - a physician, who was the most influential official, second only to the king, is in his tomb at Saqqara practicing Reflexology.
Today, most Reflexologists prefer to work only on the feet and will work on the hands as a last resort. It is a well-proven fact that a hand treatment can be a beneficial and as relaxing as a foot treatment.
It is usual to find that the hand reflexes are not as sensitive as those areas on the feet. This is possibly so because hands are constantly in use, whereas the feet are protected by the wearing of socks, stockings and shoes. Hands are also less tender, so elderly clients and children find this technique very comforting.
Some practitioners start with Foot Reflexology for an initial period and if they feel they have reached a plateau where no improvement is being made will swap to hand treatments to move the healing process on. It is well-documented that Hand Reflexology can be given as an effective alternative to treating the feet.
About the course
This workshop has been specially designed for practitioners to further enhance their Reflexology skills. All students will learn the theoretical and practical aspects of Hand Reflexology sufficiently to enable them to perform treatments competently.
- Advantages of Hand Reflexology
- Massage Routine ( before and after )
- Hand Reflexology Treatment Routine
- Observation of the Hands & Nails
- Anatomy of the Hands
- Diseases/Conditions found on the Hands
Cost: £110 - to include a comprehensive workshop manual, colour hand chart and certificate of attendance.
For further details:
Telephone: 01243 864318 Website: www.holisticpathways.co.uk Email: email@example.com