What the FHP course involves
The Foot Health Practitioner (FHP) course consists of two parts:
- Part One is the theoretical, which is done mainly via distance learning* with tutor and online assistance where necessary.
- Part Two is the practical, which consists of two weeks continuous practical training. All practical training takes place at our National Training Centre in Southport.
What will my qualifications be at the end of the course?
On successful completion of both the theoretical and practical side of the course you will be able to apply to become a Member of the College of Foot Health and be eligible to apply for full indemnity insurance along with many other benefits that are available to the membership. Upon joining you will be entitled to use the following designatory letters MCFH.
What the course fees do not cover
- The cost of uniforms needed for the practical training.
- The cost of your food, travel and accommodation whilst on the practical aspect of your course.
- Any text books you may require to complete the theoretical parts of your training.
- Instruments and medicaments after you have qualified.
*What is distance learning?
Distance learning means that you can complete all the theoretical aspects of the course from your own home.
This may sound difficult and challenging. You will have a dedicated tutor, who you can email if you feel you have reached an impasse,
The Student Support Team will quickly point you in the right direction and provide the answers you need.