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Certificate in Professional Aromatherapy
No previous experience of aromatherapy is required to take this course as it currently includes the level 1 course, Certificate in Foundation Aromatherapy
- 250 study hours
- Home study
- Starting at $1,265
- National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA) approved school educator
- Written exclusively by published author Sharon Falsetto
- Tutored exclusively by UK-trained and US-based certified aromatherapist Sharon Falsetto (graduate of Penny Price Academy of Aromatherapy (UK))
- After taking this course you will be able to apply for professional or business membership with NAHA, obtain professional liability insurance, and apply to take the optional ARC examination to become a registered aromatherapist (RA) in the United States.
Please note that this course was designed with the US market in mind - with regard to business legislation, aromatherapy practice, and the marketing and selling of aromatherapy products. However, if you live elsewhere in the world, you can still learn a lot from this course and adapt the business aspects to your own country regulations. When comparing courses, you need to take this factor into account.
The Sedona Aromatherapie Certificate in Professional Aromatherapy home study course is a one-of-a-kind, budget-friendly option currently available in the aromatherapy market – without compromising on authenticity and quality content. You will receive the best of both worlds – UK-trained and American-based – from a published author and practicing, experienced professional in aromatherapy. Please feel free to contact me with any questions prior to committing to the course to ensure that it is the best fit for you!
I look forward to being part of your aromatherapy journey!
If you are ready to sign up, please follow these steps to get started:
- Choose your preferred option of study
- Place your order through the secure Sedona Aromatherapie website
- If you selected a payment plan option, I will contact you via email to issue the payment plan agreement as soon as possible
- Once you've received and obtained all relevant information for your chosen option of study, you can get started!
A Note About Aromatherapy Certification Courses in the United States:
I believe in being open and honest about aromatherapy certification, and making sure that you have full understanding about the process, before committing to any aromatherapy course. Therefore, it is important to read the following statements.
After graduating from this aromatherapy certificate course, you will be hold a certificate in aromatherapy. Please note that there is no legal requirement to complete an aromatherapy certificate course in aromatherapy before practicing as an aromatherapist in the United States and there is no legal "certification" in aromatherapy. But in order to qualify for professional liability insurance, and demonstrate a quality education in aromatherapy to your clients, it is advisable to take such a course before setting up an aromatherapy practice/business. Your clients and customers will see that you are serious about your profession and have taken the time to learn about it before setting up in business.
Any of the shorter Sedona Aromatherapie aromatherapy courses can give you an authentic aromatherapy education in a variety of subject areas, if you unsure where to start - or if you are unsure that a comprehensive, professional course such as this one is for you. You might want to start with the Sedona Aromatherapie Foundation Course in Aromatherapy. Note, however, that is not necessary to complete this course before taking the Sedona Aromatherapie Certificate in Professional Aromatherapy.
Note that there is no legally defined term for aromatherapists to use; you will see terms such as master aromatherapist, certified clinical aromatherapy practitioner (CCAP), and certified aromatherapist (CA), used widely. A particular aromatherapy course does not define the “legal” term that you can use. I would advise you to consider the actual course content to assess the quality of your aromatherapy education over any term used and "promised" to you on completion of the course. It is up to you what you decide to call yourself after graduating from the Sedona Aromatherapie Certificate in Professional Aromatherapy program; I personally believe the quality of your education is more important.
If you decide to take the ARC exam and register as an aromatherapist in the United States, you will be able to use the term registered aromatherapist (RA). Note that this examination is not mandatory to practice as an aromatherapist.
If you want more extensive information on these subject areas, browse the Aromatherapy Notes blog, including these particular posts:
Common Terms Used to Describe an Aromatherapist
The Difference Between a Certified Aromatherapist and a Registered Aromatherapist
Home Study Aromatherapy Certification Courses
If you have any other questions not answered by the information made available to you, please let me know!
Once you have signed-up for a course, and it has been sent out to you, it is not possible to refund or exchange course materials.
*Please note, none of the Sedona Aromatherapie courses advocate or instruct on the internal use of essential oils.
This is a specialist subject area which requires advanced level training by qualified professionals in the area.
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By Sharon Falsetto
Linguistics of Aromatics (TM) Program:
Certificate in Professional Aromatherapy
(Levels 1 and 2 combined)