Anatomy & Physiology and Pathology Diploma

Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology Diploma
Anatomy Physiology and Pathology Diploma

What is this program?

An anatomy, Physiology and Pathology diploma is required for all our students to learn the best practice foundation for all therapists in the beauty and complementary therapy industry.    This anatomy, physiology and pathology consist of lessons on each of the systems and some common pathologies that might come across as a therapist and we look at common diseases, symptoms, possible solutions and if the pathology is hereditary, genetic or from accidents. 

How each lesson is structured

At the end of each lesson is a short piece of homework that must submit by email for marking.  The quiz concerns each lesson's anatomy, physiology and pathology subject and each lesson has homework before continuing with the next lesson. 

When the training is over - what then?

A portfolio of case studies and assignments is required to obtain the certificate or diploma in anatomy, physiology and pathology and each system requires research and writing about two uncommon pathologies in the student's own words.   Write the assignment for each system as you go through the course; this way, it will be up to date on all systems and will not have to be rushed to submit the assignment. Details of the assignment are available in the first lesson.


Mock and finals

All Anatomy Physiology and Pathology exams are taken in The Healing Zone Training Centre. 

The lessons for Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology 

Subject lessons

Human anatomy physiology and pathology includes lesson on the Cell, Skeletal System and Muscular system and Lymphatic System.  The Endocrine System and Respiratory System.  Skin, hair and nails, and  Cardiovascular System, and The Digestive System, and Nervous System, plus Urinary System.  Revision and overview of all system is throughout the training and a test on previous lessons each week.

Anatomy Physiology and Pathology course require the following.

  • registration for the course
  • Enrol and pay for the course
  • A computer
  • Passion
  • Time to study

When studying anatomy, physiology and pathology as a self-study course, it is advisable to have a dedicated space and time to study.    Pathology can be challenging as it is about disease and dysfunction and in contrast, Physiology is interesting as it is all about how the body works.

It is advisable to let everyone at home know that this is time to study, and a little understanding and time alone to do it.