Assessment is through home work, materia medica reviews, methods reviews, casework and clinical practice, tutor and self assessment, there are no exams. All the College’s assessments are about enabling you to understand and retain what has been taught. Students are asked to demonstrate their knowledge of remedies, their understanding and analysis of cases, the different approaches available, as well as homeopathic philosophy and theory.
To be awarded your Licentiate of the Southern College of Homeopathy, LSCH, you need to submit 10 graduation cases which have been supervised by the college principles or a supervisor who is reconised by the college. These will need to be submitted before or by weekend 9 of the 3rd or 4th year and achieved a pass by weekend 10. You will also need to have all homework completed with an overall pass of 85% and attended 150 clinic hours. Throughout the three/four years you will have gathered information from lectures and your own research which you will put into a Portfolio as your personal record of all your work and achievements. The qualification of LSCH will enable you to apply as a college graduate for membership of a professional body such as the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths (ARH) and to start your own practice.
Graduates receive a Licentiate in Homeopathy, the standard qualification for practice in the UK. This qualifies graduates for membership of a professional body such as the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths (ARH) and to start their own practice. The course involves external study and clinical work, with the emphasis on developing and demonstrating clinical ability.