The School of Health (formerly Alternative Training) is recognised as a leader providing home study courses for alternative medicine. Founded in 1987, the company stands for quality and the highest levels of student support. It has helped countless students spread their wings and take flight into the world of alternative medicine. Over 250 students enrol on The School of Health's courses each year in more than 80 countries.
The School of Health offers courses in Homeopathy, Anatomy & Physiology, Pathology & Disease and Nutrition. The courses complement one another embracing the same wellbeing philosophy and values and the holistic perspective of the courses gives the company a unique niche in the market. This approach ensures The School of Health is the number one choice for many students, practitioners and colleges.
The School of Health serves its students from Gloucestershire, England with a network of over 40 course mentors and supervisors.
In-Light Limited is the holding company for The School of Health, the School of Homeopathy and Yondercott Press. In-Light is a leader in health education. In-Light’s global reach spans over 80 countries. In-Light works with a network of over 100 staff worldwide across numerous education functions from lecturers, tutors, mentors, supervisors, representatives and administrators serving its students from beginner to practitioner level. At any one time In-Light has over 500 active students across the world.
Link to In-Light website
The School of Homeopathy was founded in 1981 and is the longest running homeopathy school in the UK and for many years have been recognised as a leader in homeopathic education worldwide. The School’s attendance course runs at Hawkwood College, Stroud.
Link to School of Homeopathy website
Yondercott Press was established in 2003 to produce, publish and promote books on homeopathy by Misha Norland and other leading alternative practitioners. Based in Gloucestershire, Yondercott Press' books are distributed through The School of Health, with discounts available to bookshops, colleges and trade orders.
Link to Yondercott Press website
01453 765 956