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Tranquil Heart Training Academy

Clinical Aromatherapy Diploma Course

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Aromatherapy involves the use of essential oils, the precious, volatile quintessence of aromatic plants. They are utilised in many different ways and can be used by you and your family, and later clients for health and well-being.

The THTA Clinical Aromatherapy Diploma is accredited by the IFPA (International Federation of Professional Aromatherapists) and offers professional, flexible training both in-house and on-line distance learning which can be combined to give the student either a varied learning environment or a stable atmosphere to suit their needs, allowing them to learn at their own pace. The program also includes interactive webinars and regular ‘virtual classroom’ sessions. Debbie is on hand as your e-tutor when you are out of the classroom and need help or guidance.

The Diploma Course is designed for the person who wishes to become a practicing Clinical Aromatherapist. However, the introductory unit can be taken by those wishing to use the knowledge on family only. The course builds the learners knowledge by helping them to understand the foundation of aromatherapy from its history, appreciating what essential oils are and how they are formed in the plant and their many therapeutic effects through to being able to thoughtfully select and blend essential oils with confidence. Click here to discover the Diploma Course unit details.

To comply with IFPA requirements students must attend the massage and blending units in-house and are welcome to take the remainder as distance training which will be supported with the interactive webinars and virtual classroom sessions. If you prefer to learn face to face you are welcome to attend all units of the Diploma course.  The minimum period for completion of the Clinical Aromatherapy Diploma is 12 months, however, to get the best out of your learning experience we suggest taking 18 – 24 months, and no longer than 36 months. A dispensation may be made in exceptional circumstances.

Therapists with a recognised level 3 qualification in massage can be APL’d (Approved Prior Learning) for the massage element. And those who do not want to use Massage with their Aromatherapy qualification can study theory only and gain the Diploma without Massage.

Anatomy & Physiology is a requirement before the Diploma exam can be taken and THTA is pleased to be associated with ETS (Essential Training Solutions) for their highly regarded on-line A&P course as recommended training. This can be undertaken whilst in training for the Aromatherapy Diploma. Those who already hold a recognised A&P qualification can also be APL’d for this unit. Click here for details of the IFPA accredited online Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology course.

Prospective students will complete an application form and have either a face to face, phone or Zoom/Skype interview with Debbie prior to acceptance on the course. 

Debbie is the Principal Tutor at Tranquil Heart Training Academy and is passionate about nature and these exquisite essences that nature provides. She delights in sharing her extensive knowledge and love for aromatherapy and believes that we all have the ability to improve our well-being naturally.

“I like to get to know potential students by having an informal chat about their interest in Aromatherapy and what they want to get out of the course. It helps me to understand their goals and interests and how they like to learn and hopefully suggest the best way of learning to suit them”.

Contact me to find out more about the Clinical Aromatherapy Diploma and to discuss your options, find out about course commencement and costs and to arrange an informal chat. I look forward to speaking with you and welcoming you on my course.

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