FOOT HEALTH PRACTITIONER COLLEGE
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WHAT IS A FHP?
Foot Health Practitioners (FHP's) are individuals who have completed theory and practical training enabling them to offer routine foot care to members of the public. Individuals completing an approved training course, receive a certificate allowing them to work within the private sector. All of our members are eligible to join the Foot Health Community and obtain a licence / insurance to practice.
Once qualified you will want to get going and start seeing clients. Unlike some training centres we recognise that the training is just the beginning.
We provide plenty of help, advice and support whilst you are training with us and after you qualify.
Business support is a key component of our training programme. We want you to succeed and are there to help you.
WHY TRAIN WITH US?
Our courses are written and approved by a team of experts ensuring you receive excellent training. Our course is level 4 NCFE approved.
We teach proven evidenced based treatments helping you provide the best care to your clients.
We are an established school which aims to help students achieve their goals, whether it is a career change, adding new skills or your first career choice.
WHAT WILL I EARN?
Once qualified you are able to to start working right away with very little set-up cost. We provide all the support you need. We can even offer you a franchise opportunity.
Most FHP's charge between £25 - £35 for a routine treatment which takes 20-30 minutes.
For those with additional training in biomechanics providing orthotic treatments attract much higher charges.
The College of Foot Care Practitioners was established by Ms Elizabeth Dutton, herself a successful FHP over ten years ago. Elizabeth developed the course achieving level IV academic accreditation. Over the years she has successfully trained many FHP's and provided help and support to her students after qualification. Foot Health Practitioners are not Chiropodists or Podiatrists who study for a minimum of three years at University. Foot Health Practitioners are individuals trained to deliver foot care treatments within their scope of training and who, like any competent individual, understand when to refer a client on for further advice. FHP's provide an important role in reducing the demand on resources by providing high quality care to clients with basic foot care needs.