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Sayer Complementary Health

Homeopathy Course:

Sayer Complementary Health

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College Name:
Sayer Complementary Health
Address:
Ketley
169 Hockley Road
Rayleigh
Essex
SS6 8BH

Website: www.betterhealthnow.co.uk
Email: june@betterhealthnow.co.uk
Phone-Number: Telephone 01268 928 223
Mobile 07980 386 552

Principal: June Sayer

Member of the HCPF


Type of Course:
Part time and distance learning.

Cost:
£1,800.00 per annum.

What other expenses are to be expected?
The cost of printed books is approximately £200, less in subsequent years. Additional expenses may be incurred for sitting in with other homeopaths while gaining extra clinical experience.

Entry requirement:
A good command of English language, a passion for learning the art of homeopathy and life experience as this will help you develop the ability to be empathetic and non-judgemental when taking cases.

Time commitment for each of the following: (contact time, study time and clinical training)
Home study ranges between 15 and 20 hours per week although this depends on the how you manage your study time. You will need to attend college clinics and sit in with other qualified homeopaths to reach 150 clinical hours. Skype study is part of the course.

What facilities does your college offer: 
Currently the course is run from a residential property in Rayleigh, Essex and therefore numbers are limited. We do have a vast library of books and when the weather permits we enjoy the benefits of fresh air by teaching in the garden. Limited parking is available on the driveway. Tea, coffee, herbal teas are provided.

How can prospective students find out more about your course before committing to study with you?
Contact June Sayer on 01268 928 223 or 07980 386552 to arrange a mutually convenient time to chat about the course and attend an informal interview.

What are your term dates/college weekends:
Variable depending on the type of course you enrol for.


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