The course is divided into part I and II and is concluded by an independently assessed Practical and Theory exam leading to a Diploma in THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF PROFESSIONAL COLON HYDROTHERAPY
Part I is validated by a practical assessment leading to a certificate of proficiency. This certificate gives the student the minimum required qualification for seeking professional insurance and setting up their practice. In so doing they are ready to work and start earning but are still under supervision.
Part I (Cert. C.H.)
Part I consists of six and a half days of intensive training taught on set course dates. It is a practical course during which the students will receive the opportunity to give a minimum of ten supervised colonic hydrotherapy treatments and experience at least two treatments themselves. The number of students is deliberately kept to a minimum to allow for personal attention.
Part I is spread over two long weekends of three days each (module 1 and 2). The weekends are held a month apart maximum.
Part II (Dip. C.H.)
Part II Starts when the student is set up and in professional practice. It combines three hours of appropriate coaching and mentoring to support the student in their new practice with feed-back on ten case studies. Coaching is agreed at mutually convenient times and is usually done through distant communications throughout the first year of practice. The ten case studies are collated from the student's professional practice and are submitted for feed-back. Case studies should be completed within a year maximum and consiste of a course of three treatments minimum per case studies.
Part II is concluded by a full day of advanced training and coaching. Successful completion of part II enables the students to sit their final examination in order to obtain their diploma.