Congratulations to our Anatomy and Physiology Course Students

Published on 31st October 2021


Over the past 18 months we have had more people than ever sign up to our Anatomy and Physiology Course. This has been a record number and I think is due largely to them being able to study the course online, whilst their practical studies in therapy subjects such as massage and kinesiology were on hold. 

The success rate of our students has been phemomenal. Many students achieving grades of ninety percent and above and our success rate remains at around 97%.

What is clear is that our course has stood the test of time. A film based course where you feel as though you are in the class with our tutor Jane Johnson. Jane  has had a fascinating career and is an avid seeker of knowledge having been a fitness trainer and massage therapist which she practiced  for over 10 years. She took a masters degree in health and exercise behaviour whilst also teaching anatomy and physiology before qualifying as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2004. Jane is a successful author of many A &P books just search for her on Amazon.

She is a successful physiotherapist and can be contacted via Linked In

If you are thinking of studying anatomy and physiology, here is some useful info to guide you;

To get the most out of your anatomy and physiology studies we suggest the following:

  • Allow enough time to do all the exercises on the anatomy and physiology course that Jane suggests, by pausing the film
  • Take time once you have followed the film to review by reading the supplementary information we have provided and then do the self assessment quizzes and questions.
  • Review again, if need be by watching the film again
  • Plan your study time in small chunks of about an hour or so and take breaks by getting some fresh air and exercise.
  • Find a study buddy with whom you can revise and get them to ask you questions- we can help you with this

How much time will it take to complete the anatomy and physiology course?

You will find that the skeletal and muscular systems are the biggest and longest systems covered by this course.. Once you have completed those you will be halfway through the course.

There are approximately twelve hours of film in this training programme. However because you are recommended to pause the film and do the exercises, you need to allow a considerable amount of extra time. We would estimate that it will take you approximately 80-100 hours to watch the films and complete the exercises and assessments. You will have twelve months from registration to complete this course.

We are keen to help you make sure that this is the right anatomy and physiology course for you. Do call Gill on 0203 553 1060 if you have any questions. Happy studies! 



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