Natural Health & Beauty Courses
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Looking for complementary skills?
Add natural therapy to your health and fitness skill set, or enter the industry with a Certificate IV level course.
Want to be a professional practitioner?
A Diploma qualification will give you all the skills and knowledge to start healing clients.
Starting your own practice?
The Advanced Diploma level will provide a wealth of business and management knowledge in addition to a deep understanding of your chosen discipline.
Engage your passion, enroll in a Natural Health & Beauty course that will turn your healing talents into a fulfilling career. Earn a nationally recognised industry qualification, enjoy flexible hours and provide healthcare the way nature intended. Natural therapy is a rewarding area ideal for the people person interested in following a healer's path.
- A Certificate IV level course will enable you to start your career in this area, whereas the Diploma and Advanced Diploma Natural Health & Beauty courses give you a more comprehensive understanding of your chosen practice and the business side of therapy.
- Work in a clinic with other like-minded individuals or start your own practice.
- Speak with a CoursesNow consultant on 1300 192 927 about the right natural therapy course for you.
If you're interested in solving health problems with natural solutions, why not consider massage therapy or reflexology.
All graduates will emerge with a working knowledge of human anatomy and physiology, skills and knowledge in their chosen specialty and, at minimum, a basic understanding of professional clinic management. Higher-level Natural Health & Beauty courses will provide more comprehensive business skills as well as intensive study in the practice chosen.
The field of natural health and wellbeing is growing steadily, particularly massage. This industry also complements the sports and fitness sector, with a number of practitioners in those areas taking on natural therapy to add value to their primary services.
There are a number of professional bodies for natural health practitioners dependent on specific disciplines including, but not limited to, the Australian Traditional Medicine Society, the Australian Natural Therapists Association and Chinese Medicine Association and the Australian Association of Massage Therapists. Each offers different professional benefits and graduates would be well advised to find out what would be advantageous for their practice.
I am so looking forward to starting this course and appreciate once again the work that you are doing in helping potential students with dreams like myself to be able to access relevant courses.
Bruce G - Student