Aromatherapy Product Making Training Course

£165.00

Our Aromatherapy Product Making training course taught at Brighton Holistics, is comprehensive and practical. All our courses are taught to the highest standards maximising your learning outcomes. This Aromatherapy Product Making training course is fully Accredited by the FHT (Federation of Holistic Therapists).

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Description

Brighton Holistics are pleased to offer you the ‘Aromatherapy Product Making’ training course in Brighton.

Title: Aromatherapy Product Making 
Accreditation: This course is accredited by the Federation of Holistics Therapists (FHT).
Cost of the Course: The cost of this course is £165. Inclusive of VAT.
Payment Method: Payments can be made via PayPal, bank transfer or by calling the Brighton Holistics office on 01273 672 690. To book online, simply select an appropriate “Available Start Date” and click the add to basket button.
Duration: This is a one-day fully accredited training course. Please see the COVID-19 Alternations section below to see how the course will be structured during the current restrictions.
Venue: Brighton Holistics – Warren Road, Brighton, BN26DD – To view our lovely treatment and training venue please click here.
Tutor: Jon, Ryan, Eugény or Simone
Brief: This course is designed for those who hold a Level 3 Aromatherapy qualification. You will be taught how to make aromatherapy products, including bubble bath, bath bombs, aromatic soap, face cream and a lip balm. Ideal for making your own gifts. We will cover UK legislation on making and using aromatherapy products. Please note you must hold an accredited Level 3 Aromatherapy qualification to attend this course.
Requirements: Learners must be over the age of 18 and meet the pre-course pre-requisites, which are shown below.
COVID-19 Alteration: Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, for the foreseeable future, all theory lessons will be carried out using Zoom. Your theory lesson will take place the evening before your practical session from 7.30 pm till 9.30 pm. If you are unable to attend the theory lesson, please contact the Brighton Holistics Administration Office by email through the contact us page of the website, to rearrange a time which suits you. On the training day itself, the group will be split into a morning session, starting at 10 am till 12.30 and an afternoon session, starting 2 pm till 4.30 pm. Learners must bring their own models to work on during the practical module. Only two learners and their models (total of four people plus tutor) are permitted into the treatment room during this time. During the practical training session, a sealed bottled of water will be provided, but please feel free to bring a flask of hot drink with you for you and your model. Towels must be provided by the learner, and you will be asked to sign a disclaimer to say your towels have been freshly washed at 60°C or above. No towels will be provided by Brighton Holistics for models to use. Before any learner or model is allowed entry into the training room, their temperature will be checked to ensure it is under the allowed limit.

Please note that Brighton Holistics will always follow the guidelines set by the UK Government and accrediting body. 

For further information on how Brighton Holistics is dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic in regards to clients and teaching please click here.

Aromatherapy Product Making Training Course – More Details

This course is designed for those who hold a Level 3 Aromatherapy qualification.  This course adds additional skills and confidence to your aromatherapy qualification. You will be taught how to make products and gifts which will add an additional income to your business. We will cover UK legislation on making and using aromatherapy products. Please note you must hold an accredited Level 3 Aromatherapy qualification to attend this course.

During the course, we will cover the following topics:

You will make the following: –

  • Bath bomb
  • Body butter
  • Body scrub

We also speak about making:-

  • Candles,
  • Air fresheners,
  • Body Spritzers,
  • Shampoo,
  • Lip balm,
  • Soap
  • Face cream
  • Hand sanitiser
  • Service cleaner / sanitiser

Course information

Qualification gained:

Federation of Holistic Therapists (FHT) Certificate in Aromatherapy Product Making.

Course accreditation:

This course is accredited by the Federation of Holistics Therapists (FHT). This course has been awarded 5 CPD points.

Course Pre-requisites:

The qualification gained from this course will only be accepted for professional practice and insurance if the student holds the pre-requisites of an accredited Level 3 Aromatherapy qualification.

If you require any help or advice regarding your training please don’t hesitate to call Brighton Holistics on 01273 672 690

Class Size:

A maximum of six learners per class, this allows the tutor to monitor individuals progress and development. Models are not required for this course. Please see the booking terms and conditions for information.

Manuals & Certification:

Training manuals will be downloadable to each learner via their online learning portal. These manuals will be available to download for 60 days once your course has started. It will be the learner’s responsibility to download and save the training manuals within this time. Manuals can be read on all devices. Certification for your course will be emailed to you once you have met the learning outcomes.

Learning Outcomes & Evidence of achievement:

Learners will be required to show achievement of a range of relevant learning outcomes and assessment criteria, as set by the National Occupational Standard and Accrediting Body by: –

  • Practical assessments and theoretical knowledge will be assessed during your training time.

Dates, Bookings and Information:

All available dates are shown above under ‘Available start dates’. To book your course, simply choose the date you wish to start your course on and whether you wish to pay just the deposit or the full payment and click the ‘Add to basket’ button. Then click ‘View basket’ (you can add as many items to the basket as you wish) and select ‘Processed to checkout’. You will then be required to complete the checkout process which requires you answering a number of questions. Now choose how you wish to pay; you have three options. PayPal, credit or debit card or over the telephone. You will also see an option to pay by instalments. Please note that this option is only available when booking a Level 3 qualification course. Short courses and online courses cannot be booked using instalment payments.

You will need to tick to confirm that you agree to and that you have read the Brighton Holistics Booking T’s & C’s. Once you have pressed proceed and payment has been made or registered, an email will be sent directly to you confirming that we have received your order. This will then be confirmed via another email when Brighton Holistics have processed your order and three days after that you will receive a ‘Welcome to Brighton Holistics’ email.

For information on the difference between a Diploma and CPD Course, please click here for further information.

If you have any questions regarding the course booking procedure or about the qualifications we offer at Brighton Holistics please click here for further information or telephone Brighton Holistics on 01273 672 690.

Facilities:

The treatment and training room at Brighton Holistics is set within lovely gardens with a direct sea view and panoramic views of the Sussex Downs. Please click here to see our facilities.

Brighton Holistics Hygiene Policy

Brighton Holistics prides itself on its cleanliness and hygiene. Due to COVID-19,  it is important that you understand and follow the Brighton Holistics Hygiene Policy. To view our Hygiene policy please click here. While attending a course at Brighton Holistics, you are more than welcome to wear any of your own PPE, however, please note that Brighton Holistics will only supply PPE for courses which requires it.

Testimonials:

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