Is Homeopathy Calling To You As A Career Path?

If you have a desire to help others and transform lives doing work you love, then our professional homeopathy training is for you.

Choose The Course That’s Right For You

Whether you’re just discovering homeopathy, or want to become a fully qualified homeopath, we have the perfect course for you. From FREE short courses for beginners — to Continued Professional Development for qualified Homeopaths; CHE is the Worlds No 1 for Homeopathic Education

2-Year Fast Track Practitioner Course

Quickly become a qualified homeopath and Fully immerse yourself in Homeopathy studies.

4-Year Practitioner Course

Want to qualify as a Professional Homeopath? Discover our 4 year Practitioners Course

1 Year Foundation Course

Gain an in-depth insight into homeopathy with our one-year foundation course…

About CHE

The Centre for Homeopathic Education (CHE) has trained 1,000’s of Homeopaths over the last 25 years all around the world.

Discover why you should study Homeopathy with us, whether it’s online, or at the main CHE College based in Bloomsbury Square, London. 

Sample Our Lectures

As the largest homeopathy college in the UK, our students have access to the highest standard of education and our leading, world-renowned homeopaths and lecturers

Meet Our Students

Our students rave about the exceptional experience they have had with us at The Centre For Homeopathic Education. Here’s what they have to say:

Outstanding!
Outstanding!
Gill - Practitioner student
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“To study homeopathy alongside a busy career has become my best health and well-being investment – for myself, family, friends … and business. The open day blew me away. And, to be continually inspired with every lecture – and our lecturers’ knowledge and expertise – energizes my learning. It’s so enjoyable to be part of such a great community too...”
Studying at CHE has been truly inspiring!
Studying at CHE has been truly inspiring!
Sara - Practitioner student
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“CHE offers a broad perspective on the world of homeopathy today. The high quality of the lectures, as well as teaching staff, make the whole studying experience engaging and achievable. Also, having the CHE low-cost student clinic offers numerous hours to practise safely under supervision to build your confidence and start your future practice.”

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The Centre for Homeopathic Education (CHE) is a renowned institution that specializes in providing education and training in the field of homeopathy.

Home Prescribing – Homeopathic Solutions for Exam Anxiety

Selecting the right homeopathic remedy can often feel like finding a key that perfectly fits a lock, allowing healing energy to flow effortlessly. In homeopathy, this process is both an art and a science, requiring a keen observation of symptoms and a deep understanding of remedy profiles. Here’s a comprehensive guide on how to select a homeopathic remedy, drawing from over 30 years of my experience in the field.

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Home Prescribing – Selecting the Right Remedy

Selecting the right homeopathic remedy can often feel like finding a key that perfectly fits a lock, allowing healing energy to flow effortlessly. In homeopathy, this process is both an art and a science, requiring a keen observation of symptoms and a deep understanding of remedy profiles. Here’s a comprehensive guide on how to select a homeopathic remedy, drawing from over 30 years of my experience in the field.

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Home Prescribing – The Minimum Dose

The principle of the minimum dose is a cornerstone of homeopathic medicine and reflects a profound understanding of health and healing. This principle is fascinating not only because of its application but also due to the philosophy it embodies.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Below are most of the “Frequently Asked Questions” that people ask when considering studying with CHE. If you can’t find the answer to your question below – please contact us directly on Chat.

  • Classroom Foundation 

You will need to attend the college for 1 full weekend per month between September and June. We also recommend outside reading around the topics you are learning in class.

There are also monthly zoom tutorials you need to attend and you will receive the tutorial dates at the start of the year so you can plan your attendance accordingly. The tutorials are recorded and posted in your student portal so you can catch up on the content if you cannot attend in person. 

Other than attending the classroom weekend and tutorials you can fit your additional reading around your schedule.

  • Classroom Practitioner Training Course

You will need to attend the college for 1 full weekend per month between September and June. You will also have assignments/tests you will need to revise for and complete. There is also outside reading around the topics you are learning in class. There are also monthly zoom tutorials you need to attend and you will receive the tutorial dates at the start of the year so you can plan your attendance accordingly.

The tutorials are recorded and posted in your student portal so you can catch up on the content if you cannot attend in person. In the third and 4 years you will need to attend student clinics, again all of the dates are given to you at the start of the year and you must attend these sessions live. In your third and fourth years you also have to account for seeing your own patients and associated supervision.

Other than attending the classroom weekend, tutorials and clinics you can fit your studies around your schedule.

  • Online Foundation 

On the first of each month from September to June we will release 1 module in your Student Portal. Each module will contain between 8 to 10 hours of recorded content. We also recommend outside reading around the topics you are learning in these sessions. 

You can fit watching this content into your schedule in a way that suits you. For example, you can watch everything on the day it is released, you can watch 1 module a day in your lunch break etc. The only thing is you need to have completed watching all of the content in that module before the next module is released the following month. All of our content follows on from the previous content so if you skip lectures in one module, you might not be able to make sense of the content in the next.

There are also monthly zoom tutorials you need to attend and you will receive the tutorial dates at the start of the year so you can plan your attendance accordingly. The tutorials are recorded and posted in your student portal so you can catch up on the content if you cannot attend in person. 

You can also fit any additional reading around your schedule.

  • Practitioner Training Course

On the first of each month from September to June we will release 1 module in your Student Portal. Each module will contain between 8 to 10 hours of recorded content. We also recommend outside reading around the topics you are learning in these sessions. 

You can fit watching this content into your schedule in a way that suits you. For example, you can watch everything on the day it is released, you can watch 1 module a day in your lunch break etc. The only thing is you need to have completed watching all of the content in that module before the next module is released the following month. All of our content follows on from the previous content so if you skip lectures in one module, you might not be able to make sense of the content in the next.

There are also monthly zoom tutorials you need to attend and you will receive the tutorial dates at the start of the year so you can plan your attendance accordingly. The tutorials are recorded and posted in your student portal so you can catch up on the content if you cannot attend in person. 

In the third and fourth years you will need to attend student clinics, again all of the dates are given to you at the start of the year and you must attend these sessions live. In your third and fourth years you also have to account for seeing your own patients and associated supervision.

(Please Note:If you are joining the January intake please be aware that in your first year there will be several months where 2 modules will be released in a month to allow you to catch up on content so you can join the second year starting in the september)

  • Fast Track Practitioner Training Course

On the first of each month from September to June we will release 2 modules in your Student Portal. Each module will contain between 8 to 10 hours of recorded content. We also recommend outside reading around the topics you are learning in these sessions. 

You can fit watching this content into your schedule in a way that suits you. For example, you can watch everything on the day it is released, you can watch 1 module a day in your lunch break etc. The only thing is you need to have completed watching all of the content in both modules before the next modules are released the following month. All of our content follows on from the previous content so if you skip lectures in one module, you might not be able to make sense of the content in the next.

There are also twice monthly zoom tutorials you need to attend and you will receive the tutorial dates at the start of the year so you can plan your attendance accordingly. The tutorials are recorded and posted in your student portal so you can catch up on the content if you cannot attend in person. 

In the second year you will need to attend student clinics, again all of the dates are given to you at the start of the year and you must attend these sessions live. You will also have to account for seeing your own patients and associated supervision.

(Please Note:If you are joining the January intake please be aware that in your first year there will be several months where 3 modules will be released in a month to allow you to catch up on content so you can join the second year starting in the september)

  • Foundation Course

You do not need to complete any assessments for the Foundation course to graduate. We need to see that you have watched all of the content in the student portal/attended all of the college weekend and attended the live tutorials.

  • All Practitioner Training Courses

Assessment is continual over the course of the academic year. At the start of the year you will receive an assessment calendar showing you what assessments you will receive and when along with the submission date so you can plan your time accordingly. You will need to pass all assessments to graduate and move onto your next year of studies.

Assessments are in the form of:

  • Essays
  • Open book multiple choice tests
  • Case studies
  • Mind maps
  • Business case
  • Invigilated, closed book tests 
  • Spoken assessments

Beginners: If you’re just starting out & want to learn more about homoeopathy, it’s history and some basics so that you’re able to prescribe remedies at home, then we recommend the free Home prescriber video course. The Home Prescriber Course is perfect for beginners as it gives you the knowledge and confidence to treat yourself, family and friends safely and effectively with homeopathy.

Foundation Course: If you don’t want to take the plunge & jump into becoming a qualified homoeopath at this stage — but you do want to gain a deep understanding of homoeopathy and how it works, then we highly recommend you start with a one year foundation course as it has no exams.

Note: If you decide that you want to transfer onto the full training you can do so within the first 4 months of study on the Foundation.

4 Year (Part time): If you’ve decided that you want to be a Professional homoeopath and you want to become qualified, then we highly recommend the four-year Practitioner Licentiate course gives you all the knowledge, skills and training you need to receive a Licentiate in homeopathy and become a professional homeopath, without disrupting your current life. Upon graduation, you will receive the Licentiate in Homeopathy (LCHE) and become a professional homeopathic practitioner.

You get to study part time, over the course of four years in the comfort of your own home, or at our London based college. You’ll join a community of people just like you as you embark on a new exciting journey to become a fully qualified homeopath.

Fast Track – 2 years online

The 2 year fast-track licentiate course gives you all the knowledge, skills and training in both Classical and Practical Homeopathy. Upon graduation, you will receive the Licentiate in Homeopathy and become a registered professional homeopath.

Study from the comfort of your own home over the course of two years and join a community of people who, just like you, have decided to embark on a new exciting journey to become a qualified homeopath.

You’ll boost your knowledge and understanding of homeopathy whilst gaining all the skills, training and education you need to become a practising homeopath.

Much of your learning will revolve around the study of the Materia Medica; a collected body of knowledge on the homeopathic uses of hundreds of plants and natural substances.

Your fellow students and our CHE staff will offer you continued motivation and encouragement throughout the course, supporting your learning and creating an empowering learning environment.

You’ll also start working with real patients during your first year, allowing you to put your training into practice via online clinical workshops.

Yes, if you start on the foundation course and decide that you want to transfer onto the full training you can do so within the first 4 months of study. You will need to speak to your course coordinator and inform them of your wish to transfer and they will take care of everything for you and supply you with your specific assessment calendar so you can catch up on any missed assessments.

  • If you start the Foundation Course in September, you have until the end of December to transfer.
  • If you start the Foundation Course in January, you have until the end of April to transfer.

Yes, if once you have completed your current year of study you need to take time off for personal reasons, you can defer your studies for a minimum of 1 year and return to your studies picking up where you left.

If you require more than 1 year away you will need to meet with one of the principals to make the necessary arrangements. You may need to resit the previous year or restart completely depending on the stage you were before you left and how long you will be away from your homeopathic studies.

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