Anatomy & Physiology Level 4

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Welcome to the Beauty Training Portal and the start of your learning journey.

On the portal you will find your complete chosen course, including course modules and assessment questions, if applicable. Please work through each module, answering the questions thus enabling you to move on to the next module.

You have 90 days to complete the course, so you can study in your own time at your pace. If you need extra time, please email to gain extra time.

All the assessment questions are multiple choice and you need to achieve at least 80% to pass.

On successful completion of the course, you will receive your course certificates, this can be downloaded straight after your quiz . This will be available to you in ‘My account’ section.

The course will begin by exploring the building blocks of all living things; cells. The cell will be broken down and its organelles analyzed. There will be discussion of how substances move in and out of cells by a variety of different substance transportation methods including active transport, osmosis and facilitated diffusion. There will be discussion of the genetic code, RNA, DNA and chromosomes and the process of transcription and translation to build the anatomy of a person.

The course will then look at the constituents and function of the largest connective tissue source in the body, the blood. The cellular structure and the plasma will be analyzed to form the basis of knowledge of communication systems in the body. The nervous system will be examined with the key structures and functions explored, including the brain, brain stem, spine, nerves, grey matter, white matter and the process of action potential.

The study of communication systems of the body will be continued with exploration of the lymphatic and endocrine systems where the action of hormones, where they are produced and how they travel through the body are discussed. The course will then move on to look at the cardiovascular system and how this enables oxygenated blood to be circulated through two circulatory systems, the structure and function of different blood vessels and the importance of blood pressure.

The key structures and functions of the respiratory system will be explored and how it facilitates the intake of oxygen into the body and the elimination of waste products through expiration, the process of gas exchange will also be discussed.

The exploration of intake and elimination systems will be continued by looking at the digestive system and how it facilitates the intake, digestion and elimination of food with key structures being explored. There will also be discussion of the role of digestive enzymes, the site of production and secretions. The urinary system will then be explored with discussion of the key structures and functions and how they facilitated the filtration of waste products from the blood into urine. There will also be discussion of how the urinary system regulates blood pressure.

The final unit of the course will look at the musculoskeletal system including discussion of anatomy and physiology of bones, joints, soft tissue and muscles. The male and female reproductive systems will then be explored with discussion of how fertilization occurs.

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We hope you enjoy your course and we wish you every success for the future.

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