WELCOME TO THE
LONDON SCHOOL OF CLASSICAL HOMOEOPATHY
Admissions for 2009 Now Open
Our mission at the LSCH is to enable our graduates to become
competent, confident and reflective practitioners of Homoeopathy.
We do this by helping them to develop a wide range of personal
and professional skills, which will help prepare them for
the realities of running a successful homoeopathic practice
Whilst the course is run on an extremely professional basis,
we share a warm and caring relationship with our students.
The interaction we offer allows for personal growth, giving
students the opportunity to explore individual strengths and
We offer 3 PATHWAYS to the
courses of your choice:
ATTENDANCE, DISTANCE LEARNING
We give students the opportunity to build a firm foundation
of knowledge based on the principles of homoeopathy
To find out more about what we have to offer, may we suggest
that you come along to one of our open days where you can
view our teaching facility, meet our students and staff and
chat with our Principal or Registrar (click here for forthcoming
The School is recognised by all the leading bodies that govern
the practice of homoeopathy including the Society of Homeopaths
and the ODLQC
The school is now 20 years old and we have just received
a further 5 years recognition from the Society of Homeopaths
as a recognised course provider.
LSCH - one of the UK's longest established
schools of homeopathy
* * * REGISTRATION * * *
We are now open for admissions for 2009 - contact registrar on 01702 230181 or 0845 456 3124
for details. If you prefer you can come along on the 4th and 5th April to speak to our staff and take a look around.
here to request information.
Some Special Offers Available. Go here to request full information
CPD Modules now available
CPD Module details are available here A RETURN TO BASICS!
Date : 4th April
Time: 10.00 till 17:00
Venue: School Premises
A return to basics! Evaluation - What does it really mean?
with Sheilagh Creasy
Open to qualified and student homeopaths and to all other therapists
Please call Registrar on 01702230181 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place.