Accredited courses

To enrol on the following free accredited courses, you must have a minimum level of English, such as GCSE grade C or IELTS level 6.0 or equivalent.

Reflexology & Physiology of the Human Body

Reflexology Module
You will study: Reflexology Massage Theory, history, origins and evolution of Reflexology and Zone Therapy with current theories. The law and professional practice. Practical work on Reflex locations, charts, zones and cross reflexes and contra indications and cautions.  Basic anatomical structure relating to reflex points on the feet​​. Instruction on practical work on the feet, with foot care and stress indicators. Students will need to do case studies and recorded treatments.

Physiology of the Human Body Module
Develop the knowledge of the human body in relation to a Complementary therapy treatment, covering the structure and function of: the skeletal system, muscular system, endocrine system, respiratory system, digestive system, urinary system, reproductive system, blood circulatory system, lymphatic system and integumentary system.

Students who pass both modules will be offered an interview for the Foundation Programme​ leading to:

Dates and times
Start date: Friday 22nd September 2017 - Ending: Friday 19th January 2018
Reflexology from 9.30am to 12.30pm (lunch 12.30pm to 1pm) - Physiology from 1pm to 2.30pm
Venue: Grangetown Hub

Level 3 accredited - 10 university credits​ per module (20 credits in total): Select "Joint Reflexology CEA3001 and Physiology of the Human Body CEA3002" on the enrolment form.​​​

Health and Communities

This course introduces students to the role(s) of statutory and non-statutory professionals within the community.  Looking at the skills required to understand the professional roles within housing, social care, youth work and health professionals.  It is a level 3 accredited 10 credit module which on successful completion could lead to the Foundation Certificate in Social Sciences.  Learners will also be exempt from this module when delivered as part of the Foundation programme. Students must have a minimum of English GCSE grade C or equivalent to enrol on this course. (Students are only able to complete one accredited module with Widening Access)


Dates and times
Friday 15th September 2017 - Friday 8th December 2017
9.30am - 11.30am
Venue: Ely Hub
Level 3 accredited - 10 university credits. Select "Health and Communities SCM3005" on the enrolment form.​​​

Youth & Community Work

This course helps you to recognise the roles & skills required and apply the principles that underpin youth & community work. You will identify and assess different communities and define the concepts of youth & young people. Learners who pass the assessment on this module will be offered an interview for a place on the Foundation Certificate in Social Sciences​ leading to Youth & Community Work - BA (Hons). ​​​​​​​​
Dates and times
Monday 18th September 2017 - Monday 11th December 2017
10am - 12 noon
Venue: Willows High School

Level 3 accredited - 10 university credits. Select " Youth & Community Work CEA3014" on the enrolment form.​​​

Clearing Course Vacancies for 2017. Call 0300 330 0755 to Secure Your Place.