Intro into Practice Course Certificate
Rigorous external assessment is provided through completion of the comprehensive assignments sets, with high standards of tutor marking. The 4 year Homeopathy course is written to Level 6 ensuring you will graduate as a competent and confident practitioner.
We work with criteria and standards set by the profession for the profession; National Occupational Standards, Core Elements, Guidance on Clinical Hours etc. This ensures that when you study one of our courses you can be confident that it meets the requirements of the profession for the set level of the qualification.
Over the years we have worked with many accreditation associations and awarding bodies. All of our courses have set learning outcomes and assessment criteria, and these have been bench marked against national frameworks. To ensure consistency/accuracy mapping work has been assessed by third party qualification specialists. This ensures the level assigned to a course accurately maps against that education level.
The Intro into Practice Diploma Certificate (for Units 8-14)
Please note that completion of the Intro into Practice Diploma Course does not permit you to practice. However you may be at a level where you would feel confident enough to treat close freinds and family in an informal way. Having completed the course you do have the option to continue your study with us if you decide that you would like to be a practitioner, or you can join our attendance course starting in the third year.
You can also continue your study with another college where you would most likely start in the third year.
By purchasing a distance-learning course from The School of Health via correspondence or online you are assured of receiving a high quality of product, service and care. Our homeopathy courses are provided in conjunction with the School of Homeopathy. The School is fully recognised by the The Society of Homeopaths, a British representative on the European and International Councils for Classical Homeopathy.
We are registered members of the Complementary Medical Association (CMA), who are recognised by the public and doctors alike as the leading organisation in the field of ethical, professional complementary medicine. The CMA is totally dedicated to representing 'the professional face of complementary medicine' and promoting research, education and knowledge in the field.
The School of Health is a member of The Association of Distance Learning Colleges (ADLC). The ADLC is the only trade association in the UK dedicated to distance learning providers. Member Colleges all sign and agree to abide by their Code of Ethics which guarantees high standards of service and integrity.
As well as these we also work with many other partners to assure the quality of our courses.