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Posted by: , 15 Jun 2010 12:54PM
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Studying Complementary Therapy


I am interested in studying for a complementary Therapy qualification with a long term view to setting up a business. I work full time and I am finding it difficult to find a course that is part time. There are various home study courses offered, are these seen as beneficial as getting a qualification from a college?

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CThA Administrator
25 Jun 2010 1:05PM

Hi, I know that some associations/insurance companies (including the CThA) will not accept distance learning courses as they do not have enough hands on training.
Julie Egginton
2 Jul 2010 10:59PM

Hi, Dependent on where you are in the country and what sort of complementary therapy you are looking to study, Soul Energy in Oxfordshire offer many of their courses over weekends, or a Sunday & Monday, so do not take up too much work holidays.
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