Become a fully qualified Kinesiologist on this course, which has been independently verified by the CNHC (Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council) Professional Standards Authority.
How is the Diploma Course taught?
The course consists of 180 hours (24 days) of face-to-face training.
Class sizes are kept to a maximum of 6 students to allow for the most effective learning and mentoring.
All modules include practical demonstrations and plenty of time for workshopping.
In addition, you will be expected to undertake home study of approximately 1-2 hours per week. You will also need to carry out 50* case studies.
*Please note, the 25 case studies don't have to be on 25 different people, which I know can sound daunting!; for example, you could work on the same 10 people, 5 times over the duration of the course.
The course concludes with a final practical assessment and written paper including some multiple choice questions.
What is the investment?
The total investment is £4,950 which includes the final assessment and exam fee.
There are 2 payment options:
1. Payment in full: £4,500* (inclusive of a £750 non-refundable deposit) payable in advance up to 1 month before the course starts (*saving £495).
2. Instalment option: £750 non-refundable deposit payable up to 1 month before the course starts, plus £420 x 10 payable 1 week before Modules 1 - 10 (total £4,950).
Placeholder deposit: As places are limited, once you know you want to go ahead and enrol, it is advisable to complete your booking form and pay a nominal £100 fee to secure your place. This is deducted from the full course amount.
Terms of Payment
The cost of the course is set by the Kinesiology Association (KA) and is the same for all KA courses that are run in the UK.
Deposits, which are payable to enrol, are non-refundable in the event of you changing your mind. If the course is cancelled by the tutor or other external influence beyond control, the deposit will be refunded.
Please note: Payments made either in full or in instalments are a commitment to complete the course. This is a requirement because the decision to proceed with the course is dependent on the number of students. This means that course fees are not refundable or transferable in the event of you changing your mind to continue with the training.
Course Dates for 2025
Since it is still so far ahead, the dates below are provisional working dates and will give you an idea of the timeline.
If you are interested in completing the diploma course with me, let me know via the contact form below and I will add you to the waitlist. Exact dates will be confirmed nearer the time and will take your availability into account where possible.
1. Module One: May 2025
2. Module Two: June 2025
3. Module Three: July 2025
4. Module Four: Aug 2025
5. Module five: September 2025
6. Module Six: October 2025
7. Module Seven: November 2025
8. Module Eight: December 2025
9. Module Nine: January 2026
10. Module Ten: February 2026
11. Module Eleven: March 2026
12. Practice day (no cost): April 2026
13. Module Twelve (final exam): May 2026
Little Stoke Community Hall, Little Stoke Lane, Stoke Gifford, Bristol, BS34 6HR
There is free parking, full use of a kitchen and a café on site. Tea, coffee and refreshments will be provided.
Who is the course suitable for?
Anyone who wishes to become a fully qualified kinesiologist and who has completed the foundation certificate in Kinesiology within the past 12 months. Please note, this is a pre-requisite for the course.
If more than 12 months have passed since your foundation course, you may be required to sit in on Foundation level Modules 5 and 6. Let's chat about it if you're in this situation.
Additional qualifications to become fully qualified
You will also need a certified ITEC Level 3 Anatomy and Physiology (A&P) and Nutrition qualifications to complete your full qualification as a practitioner. These courses are provided by recommended external suppliers andcan be completed prior to or during the course.
All practitioners will also require a valid First Aid certificate to become a practicing kinesiologist.
The A&P, Nutrition and First Aid qualifications are not required to attend the diploma course but will be required in addition to your diploma completion certificate to become a fully qualified kinesiologist.
You will learn how to add specific techniques into your current protocol giving you an even deeper way to test, detect and balance the whole person.
The course will cover more in-depth techniques structured around the MCPE (mental/emotional, biochemical/nutritional, physical/structural, electrical) systems of the body. Examples of some of these are outlined below:
If you have questions about whether specific techniques are covered, please get in touch using the contact form below.
Here's a video showing the materials that are included as part of the course.
This course is accredited by The Kinesiology Association, the largest professional membership organisation for Kinesiologists in the UK.
The CNHC was set up by the government to protect the public by providing an independent UK register of complementary healthcare practitioners. Protection of the public is the sole purpose.
They set the standards that practitioners need to meet to get onto and then stay on the register. All CNHC registrants have agreed to be bound by the highest standards of conduct and have registered voluntarily. All of them are professionally trained and fully insured to practice.