Train to be a Foot Health Practitioner
Stonebridge Foot Health Practitioner Centres qualify trainees to practice in the private foot care sector. Our students come from all walks of life, job descriptions and age groups. You could be Young or mature, have just been made redundant or a mum who just wants to return to work - the Foot Health Practitioner Courses can be pursued by anyone. Your background doesn’t have to be medical, as ex shop workers, cleaners, manual workers, therapists and nurses alike have all studied and successfully become Foot Health Practitioners.
How the training works
There are two options. You can choose between a 5 day practical course or an 11 day practical course.
This diagram explains how the two parts of the course (theory and practical) link together.
More about FHP training
Stonebridge Foot Health Practitioner Faculty has two Foot Health training centres in the UK delivering recognised courses that are accredited by a QCA approved Awarding Organisation in Bude and Birmingham. More about the work of a Foot Health Practitioner
You could set up your own business
Stonebridge Associated College’s Foot Health Practitioner courses not only gives you a complete grounding in foot anatomy, care and diagnosis, but also provides the training, information and support you need to deliver care and advice, either in a private surgery, domiciliary, or in the home working for yourself. More about setting up your own Foot Health Practice