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The Shirley Price Aromatherapy Practitioner Diploma Course is fully accredited with the IFPA (International Federation of Professional Aromatherapists). The IFPA which was co-founded by Shirley Price is committed to excellence in education and you can be assured that we meet exacting standards to provide you with a worldwide internationally recognised qualification.  Students may register with IFPA as students and  take out IFPA recognised student practitioner insurance to cover case studies.

Shirley Price Aromatherapy is based in Hinckley Leicestershire and has been training students for a career in aromatherapy for 40 years.

Besides the famous aromatherapy college Shirley Price Aromatherapy is a certified organic manufacturer and handler of essential oils and aromatherapy products.

The Clinical Aromatherapy Diploma Course consists of five inhouse modules over 25 days. For in house and Distance learning is completed over a minimum period of 10 months. A qualification in Anatomy & Physiology is required. Please ask us for clarification of this if you think you hold a relevant certificate. The IFPA also recommend an up to date certificate in First Aid but it is not complusory. For more information about IFPA please click on the link http://ifparoma.or
All organic products are approved by Shirley Price Aromatherapy was also a founder member of the Aromatherapy Trade Council

You will study around 55 essential oils, Carriers and Hydrolats, learn how to mix and blend for individual needs into synergies, bases and various methods of application using a detailed Client Consultation. The course includes 2 levels of Aromatherapy Massage including full body massage, a facial, Foot Reflex Treatment and a Seated Neck and Back massage 

The course is national occupational standards Level 3/4. If you hold a lower qualification and would like to upgrade to IFPA membership then we can help you. We assess what you need to learn and recommend how much more study you need to take. This is assessed on an individual basis. Usually a course of a weeks study is sufficient to prepare the student for the independant examination.

When studying with us you will be entitled to a trade account on all products manufactured by Shirley Price Aromatherapy. Post study we have a Gathering and Sharing Group which aims to help you to continue to develop your own knowledge and join a network of Practitioners. 

Shirley Price Aromatherapy also offers a quarterly program of CPD day courses led by Jan Benham FFHT MIFPA at the factory training rooms in Hinckley LE10 0PR

We are easy to find opposite Hinckley Railway station
Shirley price Aromatherapy also offers an attractive distance learning course. Successful completion of the course and examination qualifies students to apply for IFPA membership by distance learning.  As this course lacks the practical massage training of the in-house program it does not qualify the student for massage insurance.

* students who successfully complete the distance learning course may apply for this category of IFPA membership but will not be able to obtain massage insurance.

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The Shirley Price aromatherapy diploma class attracts students from all over the world.  The training includes 5 weeks 'facetime' with experienced practicioner educators.  Among the 6000 College Alumni are practitioners, authors, educators making the Shirley Price Aromatherapy Diploma among the most highly regarded qualifications in professional aromatherapy.

The IFPA Accredited Shirley Price Aromatherapy Diploma is one of the most highly regarded qualifications in professional aromahterapy.  Teaching by highly experienced aromatherapy practitioner/educators proceeds through 5 weeklong classroom modules with home study and case studies.  The final examination consists of a practical and theory paper by an independent examiner.  Educators:  Jan Benham FFHT, MIFPA, Sue Jenkins BSc MIFPA, Ian Brealey BSc FCA
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