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College of Visionary Homeopathy

Homeopathy Course:

College of Visionary Homeopathy

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College Name:
College of Visionary Homeopathy

Address:
13, St James’ Road,
Bexhill-on-sea,
East Sussex,
TN40 2DE.

Website: www.cvhom.com
Email: info@cvhom.com
Phone: 079009 36249
Principal: Val Lawrence MARH MCPH FSECH – val@cvhom.com

Member of the HCPF


Type of Course:  
Three year, part time, attendance practitioner course.
One year foundation, part time, attendance home prescriber course.
One year post graduate, part time, attendance course.

Cost:  Three year practitioner and Foundation courses, £2,000 per annum if fees are paid in total by the start of college, £2,100 if fees are paid in 10 monthly installments.
Post graduate course, £800 if fees are paid in total by the start of course, £850 if fees are paid in 10 monthly installments.

What other expenses are to be expected?
Books, a minimum of £250
(Supervision, by CVH tutors, of 10 patients’ cases, over 3 years, included in fees)
Students have to acquire 20 – 30 hours of sitting in with/observing at least 2 qualified and registered homeopaths, this may incur expenses.

Entry requirement:
A passion for homeopathy.
A desire to support people on their journey toward health.
Commitment to learning and self-development.
A reasonable level and understanding of English.

Time commitment for each of the following: (contact time, study time and clinical training)
Three year course:
Contact time 320 hours
Study time 25+ hours a month
Clinical training 150 hours

One year foundation:
Contact time 140 hours
Study time 25+ hours

One year post graduate:
Contact time 70 hours

What facilities does your college offer: 
Library
Pharmacy
On site clinic
WIFI
Kitchen area
Garden
Free parking

How can prospective students find out more about your course before committing to study with you? 
Phone or email to ask for a prospectus or Download it at www.cvhom.com
Attend a free taster day or open day
Sit in on one of our training days
Contact the principal, Val Lawrence
Arrange an interview
Attend the first weekend, if there are still places available.

What are your term dates/college weekends:

October 2018 – July 2019 – Contact us directly for more details

 


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