Training & Exams
Faculty of Homeopathy training courses provide health care professionals with the skills to incorporate homeopathy into their daily practice. For more information about the different courses available please download our education leaflet.
Who can train?
Faculty of Homeopathy courses are open to statutorily regulated healthcare professionals such as doctors, dentists and nurses, and vets. If you are unsure as to whether your profession makes you eligible for Faculty training then please contact us using the form below. Currently those with the BHMS or DHMS qualification are not eligible for Faculty training or membership.
Where can I train?
We have courses taking place in Bristol, Glasgow, London, Northern Ireland and Yorkshire (vets only) in the UK and India, Italy, Japan and Russia overseas. For the contact details of our teaching centres please download our education leaflet.
Basic course requirements
Faculty of Homeopathy courses are open to statutorily registered healthcare professionals such as doctors, nurses and dentists, and vets. Find out more about our training courses.
How long does the course take?
Courses are mainly part time and can be done flexibly at your own pace. Our London centre also offers a Fast Track course which is more intensive but shorter than the normal course. For more information about course duration contact the teaching centre you are interested in attending.
Bursaries are available for any student enrolled on a Faculty of Homeopathy accredited training course (leading to the DFHom or MFHom qualification) who is resident in the UK or Republic of Ireland. For more information please contact us using the form below.