Infant and Child Massage
Course Introduction
This course will provide you with the knowledge required to teach infant and child massage to parents and carers to use on their own children.
An important part of this service is to facilitate and encourage bonding between the child and parent/carer. The use of massage also has a soothing and reassuring effect on babies and young children and can help with conditions such as colic and improve sleep patterns You will also gain knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathologies, business practice along with health, safety and hygiene. At the end of training you will be able to deliver one to one infant/child massage instruction and group classes by demonstrating on a substitute doll This is a suitable package for those working with children in a child care environment or nurses, health visitors or qualified holistic practitioners. You will need to provide evidence of your qualifications as well as a current CRB prior to starting this training course.

On successful completion of the course we will issue you with your recognised certification.
Entrance Requirements
No previous qualifications required
Professional salon uniform
Course Content
  • Explore the origins of massage and principles of complementary therapies
  • Monitor and maintain health and safety practice in the salon
  • Provide infant and child massage
  • Business practice
  • Knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathologies
  • Reflective practice
Two days 10.00- 4.00 plus assessment session
Training - £450 (payment by installments available, 0% finance)
Kits Demonstration doll will need to be purchased -Academy can advise
Additional assessment session (if required) - £60

Beauty Treatments & Beauty Training | Ab Fab Beauty Portsmouth

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