As a student, we know it is important to you to pick a course that has the right recognition. That's why we work with many organisations to assure the quality of our courses.
The School of Homeopathy is recognised by all the main registering bodies in the UK including the Society of Homeopaths (see below). Therefore, even if we do not have registration in your country of origin you are assured of an in-depth, quality program. Once you have qualified, you will be a confident, competent homeopath who can go out there, roll up your sleeves, and get to work helping people at the core level of their illness.
The School of Homeopathy was the first course to achieve The Society of Homeopaths prestigious recognition status in 1994. The School is reviewed annually with an in-depth quality assurance evaluations taking place every few years.
The School of Homeopathy is recognised for having attained validation status by the Homeopathic Course Providers Forum under the HCPF Quality Assurance Validation Scheme in 2011.
The School of Homeopathy was the first international course to achieve the Australian Register of Homeopaths full accreditation in 2012.
In 2015 the School of Homeopathy submitted a formal application to the Accreditation Commission for Homeopathic Education in North America (ACHENA) to be recognised as eligible for accreditation.
The School of Homeopathy's course is recognised for achieving the required level for graduates to apply to CHC for Certification in North America.
Alliance of Registered Homeopaths
Graduates from the School's courses are eligible for registration with the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths (ARH).
Homeopathic Medical Association
Graduates from the School's courses are eligible for registration with the Homeopathic Medical Association (MHA).
Complementary Medical Association
The School's medical science courses are recognised and registered with the Complementary Medical Association (CMA).
The School of Homeopathy's distance learning courses are recognised by the Association of British Correspondence Courses (ABCC).
Highly qualified and fully regulated
Homeopathy is a self-regulated profession with high standards. There are several registers listing professional homeopaths and each register sets a code of ethics, standards and requirements to practice. Registered homeopaths are insured and undergo continued professional development.