City & Guilds/AMSPAR Medical Terminology

You can study Medical Terminology as a standalone course or you can add this course to any other course we provide.

The course is suitable for beginners as well as those already working as a Medical Secretary or Administrator who are looking to gain recognition for their knowledge and skills or who wish to have a refresher course in Medical Terminology.


Accreditation – City & Guilds/AMSPAR

Upon successful completion you will be awarded the:

City & Guilds/AMSPAR 5519-12 – Medical Terminology Award (Level 2)

City & Guilds/AMSPAR Medical Terminology qualification is one of the key qualifications for a Medical Secretary/Administrator.

The exam is held 3 times a year (February, June and November).    There is an additional exam entry fee payable to the exam centre when you book the exam.  Centres are currently charging between £120-£190.

If you prefer you can sit the NCFE CQ accredited exam at home.


Course Content

Medical Terminology – 18 Modules

You will study a wide range of topics covering medical terminology which is key knowledge for a Medical Secretary/Administrator.

Modules include:

•     Basic Term Construction
•     Digestive System
•     Respiratory System
•     Cardiovascular System
•     Blood and Lymphatic System
•     Oncology
•     Renal System
•     Male Reproduction System
•     Female Reproductive System
•     Pregnancy, Childbirth and Paediatrics
•     Muscular System
•     Nervous System
•     Connective System
•     Infection and Disease
•     Pathology and Drugs
•     Sensory Organs
•     Endocrine System
•     Revision and Mocks

Course Fees – £550 including VAT

The course fees include the text book, tutor support throughout and exam preparation for the AMSPAR/City & Guilds exam.

City & Guilds exam entry fees are paid directly to the exam centre approximately 2 months prior to the exam date.  Please see above.

If you sit the NCFE CQ accredited exam, there are no exam entry fees.

To enrol, please request an Enrolment Form:  Administration@lewiscollege.co.uk