People interested in a holistic approach to healthcare
still have time to sign up to a course at the University of
Places are available on the BSc Honours in Complementary
Therapies at the University's School of Health and
Students can develop expertise in aromatherapy or reflexology,
both of which have professional accreditation.
Senior Lecturer Lucy Pursehouse said: “While the School has
recruited very successfully, we do still have some places available
on our Complementary Therapies course and would urge people to get
in touch to find out more.
“The course enables people to gain both a qualification and a
career. There’s a huge movement in the UK towards integrating
complementary therapies into orthodox healthcare.
“There are interesting opportunities for graduates in a variety
of healthcare professions, which include maternity wards, hospices
and pain clinics
“Our graduates have gone on to successful and varied careers,
from setting up their own businesses to securing roles at health
spas and working in palliative care.”
The University has also helped students on the course to gain
hands-on experience, running a clinic for staff to access
Anyone who would like to find out more should call 01902
or see www.wlv.ac.uk/shaw.
For more information please contact Emma Kilvert in the Media
Relations Office on 01902 322003.
Date issued: Thursday, 3 September
University of Wolverhampton, Wulfruna Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1LY
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