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Become a Foot Health Practitioner (FHP)
Most people will develop foot problems at some stage in their lives, whether it be sports related, career related, for medical reasons or through age, the demand for the services of Foot Health Practitioners is rising. Just as importantly, with the decline in foot treatment available under the NHS, there is now even more need for Foot Health Practitioners.
A Foot Health Practitioner’s (FHP) role is to provide people with professional general footcare to help to avoid the development of problems that may have an impact on their overall health.
You will be trained to deliver the correct type of maintenance and care to the feet, dealing with problems such as corns, hard skin and thickened nails either as an independent practitioner or working within the wider more acute foot health arena with Podiatrists who deliver medical care to the feet, lower limb and associated structures.
Our fully supported distance learning course allows you to train around your current role and commitments. Followed by 2 weeks of practical training and assessments on patients under the supervision of registered Podiatrists, our FHP course is the only course to be operated and supported by one of the UK’s leading professional bodies for Podiatrists.
On completion of the course you will be awarded a Level 3 Certificate and can begin your career, with confidence, guidance and our full support as a fully qualified Foot Health Practitioner. You can work independently around your existing role, full-time, alongside others in a clinical practice, the opportunities are endless!
We are delighted to offer a 10% course discount to service personnel, the reader of Civvy Street, Contact our experienced team for more information email@example.com , call 01704 546 141 or visit our website www.cofh.org.uk