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Southern College of Homeopathy Ltd (SCH)

Homeopathy Course:

Southern College of Homeopathy Ltd (SCH)

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College Name:
Southern College of Homeopathy Ltd (SCH)

Address:
Salomons Estate,
Broomhill Road,
Tunbridge Wells,
Kent,
TN3 0TG.

Admin office:
236 Chaldon Way
Coulsdon
Surrey
CR5 1DH

Telephone: 07711 418 430
Email: Mary Ellis mary@schhom.com or
Jo Ketteman jo@schhom.com
Website: www.www.schhom.com
Principal: Mary Ellis – mary@schhom.com

Member of the HCPF
HCPF QAVS s Approved

Also:
College Name:
The Northern College of Homeopathy
Contact Sarah Johnstone-Knight sarah@nchhom.co.uk or
Angie Jackson angie@nchhom.co.uk

College Name:
The Iceland School of Homeopathy
Contact Guðný Ósk Diðriksdóttir gudny@ishhom.com or
Guðrún Tinna Thorlacius tinna@ishhom.com


Type of Course:  
Part time course over 3 and 4 years. 1 year Foundation Course. One weekend a month for 10 months October to July. One year post graduate course one day of the weekend for 10 months.

Cost: 
£2,200 if paid in full at beginning of course or £2,300 if paid in 10 instalments.
£1,100 for post graduate course, £1,200 if paid in instalments.

What other expenses are to be expected?
Cost of Books about £250.

Entry requirement:
Good written and spoken English. Life experience, to have a passion for complimentary health, especially homeopathy. The ability to empathise, and listen in a non judgemental way. A eagerness to learn and develop.

Time commitment for each of the following: (contact time, study time and clinical training)
15-20 hours home study a month and you need to accumulate 150 clinic hours, by attending our student clinic and sitting in with qualified homeopaths.

What facilities does your college offer? 
The college has access to remedies, herbal tinctures and powders. An extensive library for students to use. All classrooms have WiFi, flip charts and projectors. There are 2 college clinics one, run on a Saturday and one midweek for students to attend.

How can prospective students find out more about your course before committing to study with you? 
Our website: www.schhom.com where you can download our prospectus. Or on our facebook page SCHKent@FB

What are your term dates/college weekends for 2018-2019? 

2017 new academic year – October 7th/8th • November 4th/5th • December 2nd/3rd
2018 – January 13th/14th • February 3rd/4th • March 3rd/4th • April 7th/8th • May 5th/6th • June 2nd/3rd • July 7th/8th
2018 new academic year – October 6th/7th • November 3rd/4th • December 1st/2nd
2019 – January 12th/13th • February 2nd/3rd • March 2nd/3rd • April 6th/7th • May 11th/12th • June 8th/9th • July 6th/7th


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