Diploma Licentiate Course
Here at Allen College, we provide our students with a solid foundation in Classical Homoeopathy, based on therapeutic principles as well as modern concepts.
Excellent teaching and support from the College, alongside a strong commitment from you, will turn you into a competent and confident Homoeopath.
This is a 3-year part-time homoeopathy course, which will provide you with all the skills, knowledge and training you need to become a fully qualified Homoeopath.
- Each year consists of 10 weekends of core curriculum learning;
- 7 Clinic days, which is an integral part of learning homoeopathy from the very beginning, where students can experience the practical aspects of homoeopathy prescribing and participating in a clinical environment with patients at our teaching clinic.
- 4 winter seminars
- Summer conference, consisting of a week of learning with other students, graduates and Homoeopaths, with a strong focus on case discussion and comparative Materia Medica.
This will amount to approximately 186 classroom hours and 36 clinical hours per academic year.
- The academic year begins in October (with one clinical day mid-September) and concludes in June.
- Students are required to attend at least 60% of all lectures.
- Students (in the classroom and distance learning) are encouraged to participate and interact with lecturers and students.
- Each classical homoeopathy session is recorded and can be viewed by students for the three weeks following the lecture.
- You can combine classroom learning with distance learning – eg. Years One and Two (distance learning) and Year Three (classroom)
- We have an in-house library with an extensive collection of essential reference books
- The College is purpose-built, providing a comfortable and productive learning environment, with a kitchen and outdoor area.
Please see below for a brief overview of the course over the three years. Students will gain clinical and practical homoeopathy experience throughout this 3-Year Diploma course in Homoeopathy, including case taking, homoeopathic prescribing and case management.
- Look at Personal Goals
- Practitioner skill development
- Ethical issues
- Organon of Medicine
- Concept of health and disease
- Life and work of Samuel Hahnemann
- Case Taking
- Characterising Symptoms
- Uncommon and Common symptoms
- Completing a symptom
- Case Dissection
- Fundamental Cause of disease
- Double complex disease
- Potency and dilution
- First Aid and Injury
- Acute illness
- Pain medicine
- Digestive disorders
- Childhood remedies
- An extensive range of polychrest remedies (those medicines which are multi-faceted)
*Approximately 50 Remedies are taught this year
- Cell construction
- Lymphatic system
- Anatomy of digestive organs
- Liver, gallbladder, pancreas
- Heart and cardiovascular system
- Respiratory system
- Practitioner’s Skill Development
- Qualities of a Homoeopath
- Concept of single remedy
- Emotional Issues
- Applied case-taking
- Diet and Nutrition
- Responses to medicine
- Proving of Substances
- One-sided disease
- A wide range of polychrests
- Homoeopathic Mother Tinctures
*Approximately 100 Remedies are taught in Year Two
- Reproductive system
- Nervous system
- Digital repertory
- Kent’s Twelve Observations
- Repetition of doses
- Managing the case
- Case management
- How to manage cases of neglect and abuse
- Marketing and Practice Management
- Materia Medica : Further depth
- Paediatric Prescribing
*Approximately 150 medicines are covered in this year
- Rheumatological Disorders
- Psychosomatic issues
- Anxiety and Depression
- Nervous disorders
- Haematological Disorders
- Immunological Disorders
- Cardiac Disorders
- Endocrine Disorders
- Renal Disorders
- Prostate Disorders
- Respiratory Disorders
- ENT Disorders
We welcome students who are serious and sincerely committed to Homoeopathy, have a mind that can embrace both the logic of Science and the intuitive, creative skills of the Arts. Our students must possess an aptitude to study, commitment and enthusiasm.
Payment & Fees:
£3150.00 per year
This consists of an initial non-refundable deposit of £500 in your first year, leaving the outstanding payment of £2650.
Payment via 10 instalments for the remainder is available, however, there will be a 10% surcharge for this.
*Your investment will cover all lectures, tuition, seminars, clinical training, assessments and certification.