There are several levels of training which can be undertaken, depending on whether or not you want to become a homœopathic practitioner. Basic first aid courses in homœopathy are offered by some manufacturers, health food shops and AHA Professional members. However, if you want to become a homœopathic practitioner, you should enrol in a college or university which provides an Advanced Diploma or Degree in Homœopathy. It is important to ensure that the course provided by the college or university meets the Government-endorsed standards for homœopathic training which is required by the Australian Register of Homoeopaths (AROH).

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World Homœopathy Awareness Week


Homœopathy for Men's Health – April 10-16, 2014

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AHMC National Conference

AHMC National Conference

The Professional Members of the Australian Homœopathic Association (AHA) in Tasmania are proud to host the 9th Australian Homœopathic Medicine Conference at the Mercure Hadleys, Hobart, Tasmania, from 24–26 October 2014.

The conference theme is 'Grass Roots Homoeopathy: Back to Basics'... read more

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