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School of Homeopathy

Homeopathy Courses:

School of Homeopathy

School of Homeopathy


College Name:
School of Homeopathy

Address:
Orchard Leigh,
Rodborough Hill
Stroud,
Gloucestershire,
GL5 3SS.

Website: www.homeopathyschool.com
Email: info@homeopathyschool.com
Phone-Number: UK Freephone: 0800 0439 349
or +44 (0)1453 765 956

Principal: 
Mani Norland – Principal
Amanda Norland – Course Manager

Member of the HCPF
HCPF QAVS s Approved


Type of Course: 
Course title: Advanced Diploma and Professional Licentiate in Homeopathic Medicine (Part-time).
Study via: Attendance, Correspondence or E-learning.

We also offer a shorter Taster Courses, 1 Year Foundation Course and First Aid Courses.
Read more at: www.homeopathyschool.com/Courses

Cost: 
Approximately £2,500 per year. Please contact us for a detailed fee sheet.

What other expenses are to be expected?
Additional study books and individual contracting with a supervisor in years 3 and 4. Our fee sheet shows all course fees and any possible additional fees.

Entry requirement: 
Our courses are open to you if you have a sincere interest in the study of homeopathy and time enough for reading and research. You will need to be fluent in English. There are no high level academic entry requirements for joining our courses, rather we ask that you to come with vocational aptitude and an open mind and heart.

Time commitment for each of the following: (contact time, study time and clinical training)
Students need a minimum of 14-16 hours a week to complete the study.
Attendance: one weekend a month, ten months a year. Clinical training is via a Friday clinic before each teaching weekend in years 3 and 4. The School is the only residential homeopathy School in the UK and all four years are onsite at once creating a vibrant homeopathic community of students and teachers.
E-learning or correspondence: start anytime, work at your own pace. Clinical training is via 7 day summer schools.

Clinical Training:
The School places a high degree of importance on clinical training. Experience shows that the higher the level of clinical training the greater the confidence of the graduating homeopath.
Clinical cases: Students complete assessed video cases throughout the course.
Clinical observation: A minimum of 100 clinical observation hours are required.
Clinical supervision: Students complete a minimum of 18 months and 30 cases in supervision.

What facilities does your college offer: 
Buildings:
The attendance course is run from a 19th Century country house is set in 42 acres of beautiful gardens, woods and fields, and is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The School’s admin office is based in Stroud and is open five days a week. We have a dedicated team happy to answer questions and help in whatever way possible. The School is one of the few to have a dedicated clinic.

Library:
There is a full homeopathic library at the School and the clinic.
Pharmacy:
We offer a homeopathic pharmacy for use by students at the clinic.
Online:
The School also has a sophisticated e-learning system to support students learning with video and audio lectures, downloadable hand outs, community tools and much more.

How can prospective students find out more about your course before committing to study with you?:
Please either contact us for a free copy of our prospectus or visit our website for more information: www.homeopathyschool.com

What are your term dates/college weekends:
Attendance dates can be viewed online at: www.homeopathyschool.com/events


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