Home Help Herbal Medicine Correspondence/Access Course
Designed for distance learning, the Correspondence Course takes 10 months (based on around 2-3 hours work per week) to complete.You will receive:
3 direct mailings, each containing approximately three months work of text and worksheets.
Course content based on evening class material, but with additional monthly worksheets and discussions on the philosophy and practice of Herbalism and on understanding the human body.
Homework assignments for you to return (then marked by your tutor Keith Robertson MSc F.NIMH)
Many practical components: all specialist materials & herbs are supplied
Enrolment is at any time throughout the year. To enrol please tranfer to the new website at www.veganherbal.com
We cover each of the major systems that comprise the human body, along with a discussion of the things that frequently go wrong with each one and what herbs can help.We also look in detail at some commonly used herbs, both for teas and herbal first-aid.
Each module is split into three parts of text and worksheets. (one part sent in each mailing):
Module 1: An Introduction to Herbal Medicine (Theory)
Module 2: An Introduction to Herbal Medicine (Practical)
Module 3: An Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology
Module 4: An Introduction to Life Sciences
On successful completion of the course, you will receive a Certificate from the School. Please note this does not constitute as a licence to practice professionally as a herbalist.
If you are applying for a BSc (Hons) Degree Herbal Medicine, the Correspondence Course can act as an access course if you do not have a science background or science qualifications. You should contact the Universities direct before embarking on the course. Please see www.nimh.org.uk for a list of degree programmes in the U.K.
The course is an open access one so if you do decide to enrol please go to www.veganherbal.com and use the PayPal option on the Courses page for Correspondence Course (click more details) or make cheques payable to “Robertson Herbalists” and send to myself Keith Robertson, Drimlabarra Herb Farm, High Kildonan, Isle of Arran, Scotland. KA27 8SE or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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