Here at Anatomy and Physiology Online, we offer a wide range of accredited online training courses including Anatomy and Physiology Courses and Pathology Level 3 qualifications courses. All of our Anatomy and Physiology Courses and Pathology Level 3 qualifications courses meet the National Occupational Standard and the Core Curriculum, which allows you to gain a fully recognised qualification, thus allowing you to gain employment within the therapy industry.
These courses can be studied by anyone who is looking to expand their knowledge on Anatomy and Physiology, starting their career in care work or by a qualified therapist wishing to update their underpinning knowledge.
To peruse our online Anatomy and Physiology courses, please view the list of courses available under the relevant headings.
All our tutors are registered the Federation of Holistics Therapists (FHT) and are registered on the Accredited Voluntary Register (AVR) by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care (PSA).
We are extremely proud of our accreditation as Anatomy and Physiology Online is a registered college for the International Therapy Examination Council (ITEC), Vocational Training Charity Trust (VTCT), and the Federation of Holistic Therapists (FHT).
All courses taught are fully Accredited by the Federation of Holistic Therapists (FHT) and recognised by the Complementary and Natural Health Council (CNHC). Our courses meet the recognised Industry Standards, with all courses following the National Occupational Standard and Core Curriculum.
If you don’t see the course you’re looking for, or if you need any helps please call Anatomy and Physiology Online on 01273 974 954.
Our course is designed to help complementary and alternative medicine practitioners and beauty therapists understand the dysfunction of the body while treating clients. To give the practitioner or therapist a better understanding of the dysfunction of the body.
Pathology is a medical speciality that specialises in the study of diseases and dysfunction and the conditions that cause them. The pathologist examines tissue samples, blood, body fluids, cell cultures and other specimens under a microscope to identify disease-causing organisms or substances. They also perform tests on blood, urine, feces and other body samples to help diagnose illnesses or monitor treatment.
Pathologists specialise in certain areas like anatomic pathology, cytopathology, forensic pathology or medical microbiology.
Pathology level 3 courses are the most advanced of all pathology courses. They are required to be a pathology specialist and to be able to diagnose diseases.