Online Anatomy and Physiology Level 2 (VTQ) Training Videos

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Taught by Keith Sleightholm
Video Playtime: 1 hour and 20 minutes
English English
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  • 24/7 on-demand video
  • Access on mobile
  • SCORM Ready! Works with your LMS
  • Endorsed by Skills for Care
  • 4.0 hrs CPD
  • Instant printable wall certificate
  • Weekly refresher video
  • Expiration reminder
  • Student manual

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Anatomy and Physiology Level 2 (VTQ) At a Glance

  • Ideal to complement other medical and first aid courses
  • Learn more about the different parts of the body and the medical terminology for them
  • Understand how the respiration system works to better understand first aid processes
  • Learn about the different bodies systems and how they perform
  • This qualification and most of the other ProTrainings qualifications are Endorsed by TQUK to show our commitment to extra levels of compliance and quality assurance

In this first section we introduce the course, and explain what to expect during you Anatomy and Physiology course. Once the course has been introduced, you will then learn about anatomical terminology.

In this section we go into detail about the respiratory system and respiratory injuries. We start at the very top, and work down to the lungs.

The circulatory system has three parts, and we look at these in more details during this section. We start with the heart and how it works, and then move onto blood and the blood vessels.

The skeletal system consists of bone, cartilage, and ligaments. In this section you will learn more about these. We will teach you about the spine and spinal injuries, connective tissues, and synovial joints. Finally, we look at common skeletal injuries.

The muscular system consists of three main types of muscle tissue, and we will look at these during this section. These three types are smooth tissue, cardio tissue and skeletal tissue.

The nervous system has three basic elements, and we talk more about this during this section. The three basic elements are sensation, analysis and response.