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At the London School of Classical Homopathy we offer two pathways for study, the Attendance course and Open/Distance Learning courses.
All our courses are provided on a part-time basis so that people with current work or domestic commitments have the opportunity to study for a new, exciting and rewarding career.
"The materials were eminently suitable for the task and I was particularly impressed by the individual modules comprising the One Year Foundation course, especially the content which was presented in an extremely well laid out format. This course was comprehensive and each module stood well on its own..."
Our Open Learning courses accredited by the ODLQC are undertaken via home study with optional workshops available.
Who are these courses for?
They are ideal for people from the UK and abroad who are unable to attend a School regularly; people who are perhaps working in shifts or who may be too far away or have a disability; people who just want to learn more about homopathy in their own time and at their own pace; or people returning to studying who are not sure if they want to commit to a full programme.
This course comprises 6 units, including the basic principles and philosophy of homopathy; looking at remedies; homopathic first aid; and training to be a homopath.
Approximately 4 to 6 weeks.
After satisfactory completion of this course, students may wish to be considered for the One Year Foundation Course in Classical Homopathy.
A discount of £50 will be deducted from the full fee for the Foundation course should you decide to continue your studies.
This course comprises 10 modules covering the 4 topics of the Philosophy of homopathy, Materia Medica (study of homopathic remedies),Clinical Practice (Repertory and Case Analysis), and Medical Sciences (optional).Students successfully completing this course can apply for entry into the 2nd year of the 4 year part-time professional course in Classical Homopathy.QualificationAn Open Learning Certificate from LSCH.This course comprises 11 modules covering the Philosophy of homopathy, Materia Medica (study of homopathic remedies) and Clinical Practice (Repertory and Case Analysis). The final module covers setting up, managing and marketing a business andhomopathic dispensary.
Students who satisfactorily complete this course are awarded an Open Learning Certificate from LSCH and are entitled to use the letters Cert. Hom. Pharm.
Who is this course for?
People who require a foundation in anatomy and physiology to support studies in complementary therapies.
The course comprises 10 modules covering the anatomy and physiology of the major systems of the human body.
We recommend the time needed to complete this course is between 10-12 months. Each module is designed to take one month to complete. However, students may wish to take longer and extend their study time.
Students who satisfactorily complete this course are awarded an Open Learning Certificate in Anatomy and Physiology for Alternative Therapies from the LSCH.
The curriculum comprises four components, Philosophy and Principles of Classical Homopathy, Materia Medica(the study of homopathic remedies), Medical Science and Clinical Practice (Repertory Skills and Case Analysis).
4 years part-time, attending 11 monthly School Weekends between September and July.
The course prepares the student to develop and refine the skills needed to become a successful homopath – counselling skills, interpersonal skills, self-awareness, communication skills, management, marketing and promotion.
Graduates are entitled to take up professional practice and are awarded the Licentiate of the London School of Classical Homopathy (LLSCH).
On completion of one year in independent practice, graduates are able to apply for registration with the Society of Homopaths and are prepared for entry on the British Register of Complementary Practitioners (Classical Homopathy).
The School offers advice, support, supervision and opportunities for further training in the first years of practice. This includes casework and practice management. Post graduate seminars are available on all aspects of practice and related skills, such as counselling, nutrition and introductions to other alternative therapies. Specialist subjects such as rheumatology, neurology and gynaecology are available.
The School is recognised by the Society of Homopaths and all the leading bodies, including the Institute for Complementary Medicine.
Our long established and highly respected School Clinics offer treatment at reduced cost with fully qualified, registered and experienced practitioners, with senior students in attendance. School Clinics are held in North London at Winchmore Hill and Hampstead, as well as in several regional locations in the UK.