An Introduction to Human Anatomy & Physiology

Learn the anatomy and physiology of the smallest living cells, skin, nails, to major body systems.

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Course Highlights

  • Over 1.5hrs of video, 89 lectures, and supplementary handouts and assessments
  • Learn about the body's major systems, their structure and function.
  • Be able to identify and draw different cross-sections of the anatomy, including cells, nails, hair, bones and more.
  • This course is suitable for students learning anatomy and physiology studying to pass a physiology exam or those with an interest in physiology.

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An Introduction to Human Anatomy & Physiology

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RequirementsThere are no prerequisites for this course
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Louise Searles

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Interested in human anatomy and physiology? This course will provide you a comprehensive introduction detailing cells and tissues, skin, hair and nails. You will also learn about the cardiovascular, lymphatic, skeletal and muscular systems.

Louise Searles has over With over 30 years’ experience in the Beauty Industry as a therapist, salon owner, trainer and examiner, She has a passion to inspire, engage and educate so that you can reach your desired goals. She has lectured at Havering College and has been involved in the development and introduction of NVQs. She works alongside the City & Guilds' assessment team helping with product development.

This course is for anyone looking to refresh their understanding of the human body. It is also suited for students studying for the City & Guilds and VTCT, VRQ beauty therapy qualification, its syllabus mirroring that qualifications' syllabus. A basic understanding of the human body will help for this course, however, there are no prerequisites.