London Courses Postponed
With regret all our London workshops and training course have been postponed due to our lead teacher being seriously injured in a car accident in April.
We will resume later in 2018 when she has recovered.
Please note that at present, apart from the homeopathy workshops we are running in Birmingham [Click Here], the web site is for information only.
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once you’ve decided
Fees - £145 for Breaking New Ground, the Energy Workshops in London
A single weekend course
Fees - £85 for the Introductory Course in London
A single weekend course
Fees - £2300 for the first year of the Practitioner Training Course in London
- The annual fee includes the cost of your clinical training and college case support.
- Payments may be spread over the academic year.
- VAT is not payable on the fees because we are a non-profit making organisation.
- Fees are reviewed annually for the 4 year course and normally go up each year in line with inflation.
Books and stationery - Books will be your main other expense. They are the basic tools of the working Homoeopath and are an investment in your future career. A few of the books are quite expensive including the on line pathology course (£100) which you will need in your second year. The vast majority of the books you use on the course are the same as those on which you will rely when in practise. At least £300-400 should be allowed for books in each of the first two years when you are building up your main collection; less in years 3 and 4. Some books are now available on the web which may suit some people and reduce this cost. A booklist will be provided before joining the course.
External Tutorials - between college weekends; your travel expenses plus any fees, as negotiated with your tutor.
External sitting in hours with practitioners - from year 3. Again you are liable for your travel expenses plus any fees, as negotiated with the practitioner involved, however some make no charge for this service.
Miscellaneous - You will need access to typing and word processing facilities for your work. It is highly desirable to be able to access the student web on the net and you must be able have email access.
“The atmosphere at the college is warm, friendly and supportive. Inspirational lectures create enthusiastic students.”
“I look back on the past four years and I am extremely proud of what I have achieved whilst being part of this college. The course and college have challenged me, supported me, inspired me and helped me to move forward in a very positive way. Even though I have now finished I know they are still there for me and I hope to be involved with the college in the future. Thank you.”
Helen Clayton (Graduate)
Professional and Career Development Loans are commercial bank loans that can be used to help pay for work related learning. You can borrow between £300 and £10,000 to help support the cost of up to two years of learning (or three years if it includes one year’s relevant unpaid practical work). The Government will pay the interest on the loan while you are learning and for one month afterwards. You will then need to start repaying the loan as you would any other commercial loans product. The loan can be used to pay course fees or other costs such as travel and living expenses. You can also use the loan to supplement other forms of support such as grants or bursaries.
As the Professional and Career Development Loan is a commercial loan product, you should make sure you have investigated all the funding options that may be open to you to ensure you take an informed decision about whether the Loan is right for you. For further information on financial assistance to support your learning, visit www.direct.gov.uk/adultlearning or contact Next Step on 0800 100 900.
Our learning provider registration number is: 9849
ARH Bursary Fund
The Alliance of Registered Homeopaths has a Bursary Fund - the details and application process can be found on the Which Homeopathy Course web site. Please note that it is not open to first year students.