Aromatherapy Blending Accredited Diploma

Aromatherapy massage is a popular mainstream therapy, and is offered at any reputable spa or beauty treatment clinic. Our comprehensive professional course guides you carefully through everything you need to know to carry out an aromatherapy treatment for your clients.

This qualification will develop your knowledge and understanding of health and safety in the salon, anatomy and physiology and aromatherapy services. You will learn about the properties of essential oils, blending essential oils to suit your clients needs, also carrier oils and their own properties. 

This course is carried out as a home study and can be started at anytime.

Course fee

£105

What’s included in the course fee 

Course manuals

A guide to health and safety manual

A guide to anatomy and physiology manual

Foundations for a successful business manual

Marking of course work

An accredited certificate emailed and posted to you on successful completion of the course

 

Additional costs    

You will need to purchase your own products and equipment in order to carry out your case studies and practice your skills. I use and recommend doTERRA essential oils. You can purchase them here. You will also need a measuring and blending set. You can purchase a starter kit here.

 

Pre-requisites

A massage qualification is required to enrol on this course or in any therapy in which you wish to incorporate the use of essential oils. 

A good standard of written and verbal English

An Anatomy & Physiology qualification is preferred but not essential

Minimum age 18

 

Course format

Home study - 4 modules which are a combination of assignments and knowledge tests

5 treatments as case studies to be completed

 

Accredited & recognised for insurance by

International Guild of Complementary Therapists

Towergate Insurance

Qualification gained

Aromatherapy Blending Practitioner’s Diploma

 

Insurance

Please check your insurance companies’ requirements before enrolling on this course. It is the student’s responsibility to check coverage with their insurers.