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Practice Management - 30 Hours Core Subject


The course is divided into four sessions and includes home study. We look at the main aspects of running a complementary health practice from marketing to the legalities of running a kinesiology practice from home. 

Students are encouraged to look at their own individual space and practical abilities,  so they can be clear in what they are offering to clients, and what they can practically fit into their lifestyle. You do not need to have trained with us before and we offer training via Zoom.  Each part costs £100.  Please note - You will be required to keep a log of every hour taken to complete this course. 

Part 1 - My Successful Practice - £100

  • How to be professional

  • Setting up your treatment room

  • Where will you work? Working in other premises like health shop, therapy centre, mobile or renting treatment rooms

  • Telephone/answer phone/

  • Keeping a Diary and making Appointments

  • Fees and Bookings, No Shows

  • Time Management

Part 2 - Business Types and Self Employment - £100

  • Keeping Simple Accounts

  • Records and receipts 

  • Gross profit/net profit

  • Registering with the Inland Revenue and Tax Returns

  • What is a Business Plan 

Part 3-  Legal Aspects and Marketing - £100

  • Insurance

  • Trading Standards and local Authorities requirements

  • Discussion of Marketing, Advertising and promotion - What works – what are the pitfalls of advertising including the Web, Directories, Doctors Surgeries and other forms of advertising

  • Promotional materials - Business cards & leaflets

  • Advertising Literature 

Part 4 – Professional Kinesiology Practice - £100

  • KNOS (Kinesiology National Occupational Standards)

  • Reviewing the KNOS for kinesiology practice

  • Professional Bodies - Codes of Ethics - professional standards

  • Keeping Records

  • Our responsibilities and our client’s rights

  • Self-motivation and Self Care

  • Good practice – When to refer

  • Health and Safety within your working practice

The professional KNOS (kinesiology national occupational standards) requirements are a minimum of 30 notional hours.  


Tutor: Miranda Welton – I have run a successful practice since 1995, worked at numerous health fairs, taught in private classes and further and adult education establishments since 1997. Before training in kinesiology I ran a PA Business and have certificates in Business Studies, plus additional training in advertising, web design, management, bookkeeping, computing and word processing.
To book – contact Miranda Welton -  Tel: 01206 738378 

Managing your practice
Treatment room for kinesiology
Work Life Direction
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