The aim of the FHT Accreditation scheme is to independently approve qualifications and short courses offered primarily by training schools and colleges that are not validated by an Ofqual regulated awarding organisation i.e. VTCT, City and Guilds, ITEC.
By offering an independent therapy course accreditation scheme, the FHT provides your prospective students with assurance that the qualification or short course being offered meets the syllabus standards of the therapy course on the Qualifications Credit Framework (QCF).
If you are running a therapy qualification or short course and would like to learn more about the FHT Accreditation scheme:
"My association with the FHT has made a real difference." Rindi Jeffrey, Principal - Rinalda Therapeutic Kneads
“I had worked with many corporate accrediting bodies and the FHT clearly ticked all the boxes. The FHT took us under their wing and supported us every step of the way through the accreditation process. Nothing is too much trouble in fact they make it simple. The FHT are an organisation of excellence.” Elaine Wilkins, Founder of The Chrysalis Effect
"Knowing that the course was accredited made me feel safe within my training field. I had no doubt that I would be able to practise after completing the course and get insurance due to the fact that my training with Zodiac would be delivered to the highest level and had been accredited by the largest UK complementary therapy organisation”.” Jean Morgan, MFHT