This course is for people who want more than a beginners’ course but may not want to commit to the full training to become a practitioner. The emphasis during this year is to combine inspirational learning with enjoyment of participating on the course with fellow students.
From September 2017 we are offering this course through Virtual Learning as well as a class-based course – read on to find out more.
Classes take place one weekend per month for 10 months October to June. Over the year you’ll be given a vital and solid base in homeopathic principles and philosophy. You’ll also study well-known homeopathic remedies (Materia Medica) and begin to understand case taking and case analysis. You will cover some medical sciences giving you a broad knowledge of the systems of the body. The medical sciences curriculum runs concurrently with the homeopathic syllabus, allowing integration between these two areas with relevant homeopathic therapeutics.
You will learn about the homeopathic approach to the dis-ease process, discover how to look at health holistically and uncover how disease may manifest in the individual. You’ll develop case-taking skills for both acute and chronic cases – learning the classical approach as the basis for chronic case analysis and prescribing.
We’re excited to announce that from September 2017 we’ll be also offering this course by Virtual Learning! This means students who live outside the UK can attend the course from the comfort of their own home. They will get the benefit of full participation, group mentoring, and have access to recordings of the whole programme.
Students who complete the course will receive a certificate of attendance upon completion of the course. This certificate gives an excellent foundation in homeopathy, but it is not a full practitioners’ qualification. Some students enjoy the course so much, and find such a deep connection with homeopathy, that they decide to take their studies further once they complete the foundation year, and there is an option to complete assessments* and get credits if they pass. This will allow students to carry credits forward and if they wish, apply for entry to the 2nd year of the part-time practitioner course.
*assessments will incur an additional fee
Teaching on the one-year foundation course takes place over 10 weekends, one weekend a month from October to June. The College day runs from 9.30am to 5.30pm on Saturday and Sunday.
The course is based at Bloomsbury Square, central London. The college is easily accessible by public transport, and provides spacious and comfortable teaching facilities.
*(With an additional fee per assessment)
- Contact us to request an application form
- Find course dates here (they are the same as the part-time class dates)
- Find course fees here
- More info about virtual learning
- History of Homeopathy
- Samuel Hahnemann
- Concept of Health & Disease
- Acute & Chronic Disease
- Law of Similars
- Vital Force
- Hering’s Law
- The Organon
- Introduction to the Repertory
- Classical Homeopathy
- Acute Case & Chronic Case Taking Skills
- Casework and Case Analysis
- Introduction to Miasms
- Effective Communication Skills
Anatomy and Physiology
- Introduction to anatomy, physiology and pathology. Orientation of the human body and homeostasis.
- Language of anatomy and levels of structural organisation within the body.
- Cells and tissues.
- The anatomy and physiology of the Musculoskeletal system
- The anatomy and physiology of the cardiovascular system.
- The anatomy and physiology of the digestive system. Introduction to the common pathologies of the digestive system.
- Introduction to Remedy Personalities and Signatures
- Acute and First Aid Remedies
- Polychrest Remedies & Acute Remedies
- Cell Salts
- Pharmacy and Remedy Making
- Acute and Chronic Prescribing
- Keynotes, Modalities and Aetiology
- Remedy Provings