Aromatherapy Certification Program

Become Professionally Qualified in Just 3 Months!


Aromatherapy Certification Program, Spring 2015  FULL

Now accepting registrations for the ACP, Fall 2015

Week #1  September 23-27
Week #2  October 21-25
Week #3  November 18-23

This Aromatherapy Certification Program is an entry-level, in-depth class. No previous Aromatherapy training is required. Selinsgrove, PA  235 hours | Cost: $2,250

Instructor: Liz Fulcher

Time:   9:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Location:   Aromatic Wisdom Institute, Selinsgrove, PA  17870

Tuition: $2,250, Payment Plan available. $375 non-refundable deposit is required.

Payment Plan:  If you need a payment plan for the balance of the tuition, we are happy to work with you.


About the Program

Liz’s Fulcher’s Aromatherapy Certification Program (ACP) is a challenging and highly rewarding hands-on course that will more-than prepare participants to become professionally qualified in the therapeutic use of essential oils. Students learn to work confidently with over 60 essential oils and hydrosols.

Materials Included

Students will create and take home over $800 worth of aromatic products! You’ll also receive a 300-page manual packed with information as well as an extensive resource list of where to buy everything to make your products at home. All AWI students received discounts on essential oils.

About the Teacher

Liz’s Fulcher has been working with essential oils since 1991 when her son was given an aromatherapy massage at birth in Rome, Italy.  Liz brings warmth, passion, humor, and creative ways of teaching to all of her programs.  In her experience, the most effective learning happens when the student is having fun. Even the chemistry lessons are lively!  Every person to step into Liz’s classroom is honored and shown their own special gifts, and unique value.


Topics Covered in this Program:

Essential Oil Properties
Carrier Oils
Methods of Application
Blending Techniques
Business Skills and How to Conduct an Aromatherapy Consultation
Your Career Path
How to Determine Oil Quality
All about Diffusers
Methods of Extraction
How to Use Hydrosols
romatherapy and Pregnancy
How to Price your Products to Sell
How to Conduct a Case Study

Just a Few of the Products You will Make in Class:Essential oil inhalers

  • Bath Salts
  • Lotions
  • Body Butters
  • Pain and Inflammation Blends
  • Salt and Sugar Scrubs
  • Hydrosol Sprays
  • Travel Kits
  • First Aid Kits
  • Incense

What Can You Do as a Certified Aromatherapist?

Create your own products line to sell
Integrate essential oils and aromatherapy into an existing massage or other practice
Teach Aromatherapy at a massage school
Use essential oils in a Spa or Skin Care Center
Write articles and blog posts about essential oils
Open an Aromatherapy consultation practice and sell your blends to clients

Your ACP Manual will be the Guidebook you rely on for all your essential oil information, long after you have graduated!

What’s Inside Your Manual?

Data Sheets for over 60 oils plus GC/MS report for each essential oil
Information on Carrier Oils, Butters and Hydrosols
Blending dilutions and formulations
A Broad chapter on Aromatherapy and Pregnancy
Business Considerations such as How to Design a Treatment, Consultation Skills, Pricing your Products
Chemistry for the Most Important Essential Oil Families
Basics of Botany
The Routes of Essential Oil Absorption
In-depth Safety Data including Drug Interactions
History of Aromatherapy

Educational Prerequisite: None. This is an entry-level class. This Aromatherapy Certification Program is designed to prepare students to become qualified professionals in the therapeutic uses of essential oils. Note: In order to receive the Aromatic Wisdom Institute certification, students much complete all elements of the ACP, the Anatomy and Physiology class which is included in the ACP tuition.  If you have previous training in Anatomy and Physiology, you may take the multiple choice final exam for your credit.


This Aromatherapy Certification Program has been approved by the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy

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