What Our Anatomy and Physiology Students Say

Published on 28th January 2021

What Our Anatomy and Physiology Students Say

Don't take our word for it, here are some comments written on the end of course evalaution by a couple of students. 

This is a really excellent course. I felt it covered all aspects of Anatomy and Physiology in a detailed, well structured and thorough way. The online films provided a very sound basis for the general aspects of each subject whilst the learning resources - the work books, revision sheets and supplementary information - were a good way to deepen and effectively test the learning and retention of information. I liked the variety of ways the information was presented as well as the similar way each module was structured. The recommended text book - L Tucker provided a good companion to the learning, helping to embed different aspects. The assessments provided a good balance of being robust enough to challenge me as well as affirming my learning. The assessments at the end of each module were good mechanisms not only to test your knowledge but provided a useful revision aid. Completing each one provided a sense of satisfaction and motivation for the next module. The mock exam questions were also very helpful as the exam drew closer and helped to strengthen a breadth of learning. The management of any queries was excellent - very prompt response dealt with in a helpful, courteous and professional way. As a student I felt cared for and supported and that my learning was important to the staff. The exam procedures were very clearly and efficiently set up and explained and the invigilator very calming and professional.  
Q07_11. : Not a lot! The two most challenging elements in the course I found were:  - the origins and insertions for muscles and  - I don't know if there is another way of breaking this down - I found the volume of information a bit overwhelming. - actions and movement for individual muscles - again I found it difficult to memorise the detail of the informationThe only other suggestion would be to include some assessment of the nails and hair information. Although I had looked over this I didn't give it the attention that I gave to other modules and was a bit thrown to find 2-3 questions on the exam.  Just a couple of questions could perhaps be included in the skin assessment? 

 I would highly recommend this course to any potential student looking to complete an Anatomy and Physiology Level 3 qualification.  You need to cover a lot of detailed information across a while range of themes - this course is very well structured  with excellent  learning resources - and is robust in testing your knowledge as you move through each of the modules, This builds your confidence as a student. The staff at Gill Tree were extremely helpful courteous and professional. I felt valued as a student  and felt my learning was important to them. They were flexible when I needed to extend the course and helped me to achieve my goal. Thanks so much. 

Karen McMinn

 I found this A&P E-course FABULOUS.  Easy to follow, ability to go back and check on things at any time, both in the films, and in the downloads.  The teacher is SUPER - why oh why wasn't she teaching in my school all those years ago - I would have learnt more easily. She makes learning of the subjects fun and interesting, and you find yourself wanting to study more and get more background on a subject. The downloads are excellently presented as well.  I am very impressed - Thank you!!!!
: Just one thing I would have preferred: that the Nervous, Endocrine, and Skin mock exam would be at the end of the Endocrine section - would be more logical, as I am sure you are aware.And a couple of times in films, it seemed that the film started AFTER the teacher had started the lesson; plus, since we cannot hear what the students are saying, if the Teacher just says "Yes" to a student answering her question, we do NOT always know what the answer is.

 Would also just like to say that my initial email contact with Annie Leathes , following enrolment by Francy from Natura Class in Fuengirola, was SO friendly and encouraging, and a great start to a fascinating subject.  Instead of being daunted by the very large amount of knowledge to be gone through, this course soon puts you at your ease; the work becomes really fun and you get a great feeling of satisfaction when moving onward through the subjects.
 This will be part of my Intensive Holistic Massage Course.  On completion and passing of the whole course, I hope to be able to become a massage therapist.  If, in these crazy times, it proves more tricky to get work, I will still be really pleased to have all this knowledge - it will always stand me in good stead I feel.

Christine Silex via naturaclass


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"I will email Gill to thank her for the course and all her efforts, meanwhile, just to reiterate, I enjoyed the course and thought the presentation and content were of very high quality and the service I received couldn’t have been more helpful, you are all a very good team


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