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Welsh School of Homoeopathy
17 Bridge Street
1 Springfield Cottages
School Administrator: Petra Wood 01267 237520
Type of Course:
One-day introductory course; one year foundation course (part time); four year professional training course (part time), post-graduate training (part time).
Introductory course: £40.
One year foundation course: £1700.
Four year professional course: £1700 per year.
Post graduate training: variable.
What other expenses are to be expected?
There are additional costs for books, medical sciences (if required), School clinics, supervision and insurance, as well as for accommodation/food during our Winter and Summer Schools.
Enthusiam for the subject and dedication to learning. Informal interview.
Time commitment for each of the following: (contact time, study time and clinical training)
Contact time: Attendance for teaching weekends must be 80% minimum, i.e. 8 weekends out of 10 weekends per year.
Study time: This varies from student to student and year to year.
Clinical training: Required attendance at our Teaching Clinic increases from year to year throughout the course. Additional sitting in as well as own case taking under supervision starting from the second year.
What facilities does your college offer:
We have our own premises in the old market town of Carmarthen, with two teaching rooms, a clinic room, library and student remedy bank. We have a well equipped kitchen but there are also many cafes close by.
How can prospective students find out more about your course before committing to study with you?
Our One-Day Introductory Course provides an ideal opportunity to find out about the teaching at our School, to meet the core teachers and some of the students. To find out more about our introductory days, prospective students can visit our website or phone the administrator.
What are your term dates/college weekends:
The timetable is available on our website: http://www.welshschoolofhomoeopathy.org.uk/pc-timetable.php