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Your AACP Accredited Tutor
Jon Hobbs MSc MCSP FHEA

Your Accredited Tutor

Jon graduated in 1999 from Keele University achieving a first class BSc in physiotherapy and began his acupuncture training in 2000. In 2003 he became an advanced member of the AACP and in 2004 he was awarded his post-graduate MSc in acupuncture from Coventry University.

Since graduating he has worked in a variety of roles within the NHS, private sector and professional sport. Jon is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, an accredited AACP tutor and a member of the board of Directors of the AACP. He delivers foundation courses and CPD within the private sector and NHS and has also had his work published in the Journal of Chinese Medicine. 

He has previously been an MSc award leader at Staffordshire University, is the external assessor for Glyndwr University’s acupuncture BSc and also acts as consultant and sessional lecturer to a number of Universities throughout the UK. He now splits his time between delivering acupuncture training and the clinical practice of physiotherapy and acupuncture.

He is also a consultant to physiotherapists in Team GB, the FA and Premiership Football Clubs.

Jon Hobbs MSc MCSP FHEA
AACP Accredited Tutor

Training Feedback

Jon Hobbs is an excellent speaker, clear, concise, easy to listen to and delivered an amazing amount of information in a short time. His practical sessions were excellent, very thorough and not intimidating with adequate time to individually check our needling techniques and accuracy. Having courses run by lecturers who are also accomplished physiotherapists and clinicians currently treating patients makes such a difference!

ACP Approved Back, Neck and Shoulder CPD Day. London, 2014

Training Feedback

I would like to thank Jon Hobbs for his enthusiastic approach to acupuncture on the foundation level course. He has given me the knowledge and confidence to expand my clinical practice.

AACP Foundation Course, Scotland 2013