Anatomy and Physiology
The Blackford Centre
Anatomy and Physiology Certificate Course
There are 206 bones in the body. Not to mention 630 muscles, 45 miles of nerves, and 100 billion neurons.
And did you know that:
• Your nose can remember 50,000 smells.
• Each of your feet has a quarter of a million sweat glands. As a result, your feet can sweat a cup of moisture a day.
• It takes 72 muscles to produce speech.
Amazing facts aside - and the body is truly extraordinary, Anatomy and Physiology are subjects that affect everyone.
We all need to know how our body works.
But it's especially important
for those of us who work
with clients' minds and bodies.
Masseur? Aromatherapist? Learn more about the muscles that cause people aches and pains.
Personal trainer? Get a deeper understanding of how the knee joint works, and all the other joints that can creak.
Nutritionist? Become knowledgeable about how the body digests food, and what hinders digestion.
Herbalist? Discover more about the illnesses that can afflict the body.
Nurse? Many nurses never really learn enough A&P these days. And it's good to refresh your knowledge and stay up to date.
Athlete? You can discover more about what the physical body is doing under the skin.
In short, every professional who deals with the mind or body should be reasonably competent in anatomy and physiology.
Why you'll enjoy this course
You can learn a lot from books. But nothing beats a formal course of study.
You study at your own pace, wherever you are - in a café or on your own sofa.
And unlike other courses, we don't just have long lists of bones and muscles. We make it relevant and interesting. With every new piece of information, we ask: What does this mean for the body? How does it affect us?
How is the course assessed?
The course has 14 modules. In each module, there are a series of self-assessment exercises. These will help you check you’ve absorbed the information you have read, identify areas to develop and practice new skills. It will also prepare for the final test in module 14. If you get at least 65% in the final test, you’ll receive a downloadable Certificate in Anatomy and Physiology.
Just look at the course benefits
- The course is written in a clear way. We avoid jargon. And we explain everything as we go along.
- We provide a complete look of anatomy and physiology, with nothing left out.
- There are 14 self-study assignments for you to complete, which means you'll develop a full understanding of the subject.
- You can take as long as you want to complete the course. That's because we know you're busy.
Why you should probably register on the course
When you've completed the course, you'll be infinitely more knowledgeable about the body.
That means you'll be able to explain things more clearly to clients. You'll feel more confident talking to them. And they'll give you more respect.
You'll be able to offer complementary skills. For example, a personal trainer might more confidently add the teaching of nutrition to their range of services.
All in all, you'll be a better, more competent professional. It means converting more enquirers to clients, retaining more of your clients for longer, and therefore protecting your earnings.
We offer a cast iron, money-back, no-quibble guarantee.
If you don't like the course (for any reason), just email us to cancel at any time within 60 days of receiving your pack, and we'll refund your course fees.
Why do we give this refund? Because we don't like to part on bad terms. Life's too short to fall out with people. And we'd prefer you to say nice things about us.
But does anyone actually claim a refund? Absolutely! Around five per cent of our students ask for their money back each month. And we're happy to pay them, because we know that the best course in the world won't suit every single person.
Upgrade and get Certification
For an extra £50 (total £143) you get a second, independent Level 3 Certificate from the Quality License Scheme
Click here to see more about the Quality License Scheme (it opens in a new page).
The Award is further evidence of your knowledge of anatomy and physiology. To learn more about upgrading, contact us by phone or email.
If you have any questions, call us on 0800 781 17 15 (or +44 1373 470 270 if you're outside the UK), or any of the phone numbers at the bottom of the page, and we'll answer any queries you have.
We look forward to helping you succeed.
With best wishes
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