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Four Year Part-time Professional Course in Classical Homoeopathy

 

This leads to a recognised diploma (LLSCH) and registration. This is the route to take for those who wish to become a professional homoeopath. This course provides an in-depth study of homoeopathy using theoretical, practical and reflective styles of learning, so that students will be able to develop into caring, competent and professional homoeopaths. The time needed to complete this attended course is 4 years of part-time study, attending 11 School weekends a year between September and July. Attendance at clinics is also a requirement of the course.

The 4 year course includes:

  • Philosophy: Principles and Practice of Classical Homoeopathy
  • Materia Medica (Study of homoeopathic remedies)
  • Clinical Practice – Case taking skills and case analysis
  • Clinical Education – Clinical hours from sitting-in at clinics
  • Medical Science - A&P and Pathology
  • Supervised Cases Programme
  • Supported Research
  • Tutorials – Individual and group
  • Reflective skills
  • Practitioner Development skills
Length of course 4 years
11 weekends per year
* Year 1 of this course is the Foundation Course, which may be done by Distance Learning *
A Medical Science exemption is also possible in Year 1
Clinics 35 hours attendance in Year 1
65 hours for years 2, 3
70 hours for year 4
Fee £2195.00 per year (£1796.00 in Yr 1 with Med Science exemption)
Qualification

On successful completion of the course and graduation from the school, graduates are awarded the title Licentiate of the London School of Classical Homoeopathy, thus entitling the use of the letters LLSCH after their name. Graduates are then eligible to apply for registration with the appropriate professional body and are entitled to take up professional practice.