FAQ

Helpful Information

WHY DONT YOU PROVIDE A TELEPHONE NUMBER

Definitely top of the FAQ's for us! And the reason we don’t is that we practice during the week as foot health professionals ourselves as well as tutoring courses, provide centre support visits to our training providers. In the past we have had a lot of our time wasted with phone calls from people who simply are nosey or just don't read our website. If you email us, we can get back to you when it suits us.

HOW DO I FIND OUT IF SOMEONE IS A MEMBER OF YOUR ASSOCIATION

Firstly any practitioner will have a membership certificate from us with their own unique membership number. You can also check our page 'Our Members' where all qualified PAFHP members are listed in alpabetical order of their surname.

I CONTACTED YOU BUT YOU DIDNT REPLY

Check you junk and spam folders and ensure you add info@pafhp.co.uk to your contacts. The only reason we may not have replied is if you ask about joining us when you are not a registered student of ours, this happens far too much.

I WANT TO BECOME A TRAINING SCHOOL BUT I'M UNSURE

If you have expreince as a practising foot professional you will need to hold the L3 Award in Education and Training as a minimum requirement. You will then need to have an appropriate training facility i.e. suitable training room fully kitted out. This can be the expensive part but once you have everything you'll only need consumable items in the future after this initial outlay cost.

HOW DO I KNOW IF A TRAINING CENTRE OF YOURS IS AN APPROVED TRAINING PROVIDER

You can ask and check with us directly, or generally the approved training provider should have this advertised.
All our training providers are externally verified each year, meaning we visit them to observe part of their practical training tutoring and view their students portfolio's for assessment standards. We then grade the centre and if changes are required, these changes have to be implemented or proven to be put in place within 6 months of our visit.

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