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Four Year Professional Licence 

This programme takes you to Higher educational Level 6 equivalent, that is a first degree with honours.  The programme is bench-marked to the national educational standards (SEEC) and NOS as well as the professional standards of The Society of Homeopaths. 

It is accredited by The Society of Homeopaths.

You will gain-

 

  • Confidence to practice with clarity and care.

 

  • An integrated understanding of health, disease in a holistic context.

 

  • Unique ‘phases of life’ learning approach enables a contemporary appreciation of typical challenges in your practice.

 

  • Unique tutor based learning support focuses on your individual learning.

 

  • Real clinic experience throughout your programme.

 

  • Learning via various multi-media approaches as well as written assessments.

 

  • Support and guidance from your tutors.

 

  • Professional network for life recognised by the Society of Homeopaths and meet like-minded peers.

 

  • Independent critical thought – be able to review and reflect on your homeopathic world.

 

  • Meet trends and challenge new works.

“Just to say a big congratulations on winning the Society's teaching innovation award, you all work hard at making the college the success it is and I am glad that I made the right decision to join you!  I know that as a result of the last 2 years I will become the best homeopath that I can be, and the ability to help any student achieve that is the most that any college can accomplish.  So congratulations again - you deserve it for all the hard work that you put in and thank you for helping me to complete my college course.”
 
Final year student who transferred in to year 3

Practicalities:

  • 10 weekends per year attendance in Salisbury over four years

  • Guided course work 10-20 hours per week (depending on year of study)

  • Regular one to one tutorials

  • Assessment using a range of methods including multi-media, academic, verbal

  • Extra tutorials always available

  • Small classes enable you to interact easily

  • Small, intimate college with shared learning activities across year groups and great peer support

  • Social events arranged throughout the year

 

 

Course requirements:

  • Education to A level standard or equivalent

  • Your life experience and achievements can be taken into consideration in lieu of formal qualifications. Returners to study are welcome and supported.

  • Confidence in spoken and written English is essential.

  • Basic computer skills/word

  • Willingness to be self motivated with suitable study time, space and organisation

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