FHT Local Support Group

£5.00

FHT local groups are a valuable hub for individuals with a passion for therapies to get together and share information and knowledge and learn from speakers on various topics within beauty, complementary and sports therapy industry.

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FHT Local Support Group Brighton, Sussex.

Title: FHT Local Support Group
Brief: FHT Local Support Group offer a valuable source of information and support for individuals with a passion for therapies, to get together and share information and knowledge, and learn from speakers on various topics within the beauty, complementary and sports therapy industry.
Requirements: Must be an FHT member.
Duration: The meeting will start at 7 pm and finish around 9 pm
COVID-19 Alteration: Theory lessons will be carried out via using Zoom on an arranged date before the planned course start date. 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.

We require all learners and models to wear a face-covering during their time with us, but please note that PPE will not be provided to learners or models for the course. Before your first practical day with us, you will be sent a copy of our Hygiene Policy which you must agree to, sign and return to us before attending your course. If this is not done, you will not be allowed to attend your practical day with us at Brighton Holistics.

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

About the FHT Local Support Groups – More Details

Brighton Holistics are proud to host the Brighton and Hove FHT Local support group. The group aims to allow like-minded therapists to come together and share information, tips and knowledge, as well as discuss problems and concerns which they may have.

The meetings start at 7 pm and finish around 9 pm, with tea, coffee and cake on offer.

Each meeting will be worth two CPD points.

We look forward to welcoming you.

Bookings and Information:

All available dates are shown above. To book your ticket, simply click the add to cart button shown next to the appropriate date, or telephone Brighton Holistics on 01273 672 690.

Please note that when you go through the checkout procedure, you will be taken through as if you are booking a course, I’m afraid there is no way around this.

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.

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