These self-regulated qualifications are not regulated by Ofqual.
Level 5 Diploma in Nutrition and Lifestyle: Evaluating their Role in Chronic Disease Development (SRQ)
Delivered at the Institute of Health Sciences in Ireland, this qualification critically evaluates different theories and approaches and explores how and why nutrition and lifestyle choices influence the development of chronic disease, with a particular emphasis on the Functional Medicine approach. It uses a blended learning approach and is a total of 525 hours.
For further information on the programme, entry requirements and how to apply please contact: email@example.com
Level 7 Diploma in Subject Teaching (Steiner). Waldorfpedagogik för ämneslärare
Delivered at Waldorflararhogskolan, Sweden, this diploma is a specialist subject teacher training for those who work in Waldorf Schools. It is equivalent to a postgraduate certificate and is 600 hours. The programme is taught in Swedish.
For further information on the programme, entry requirements and how to apply please contact: www.wlh.se
IINH Diploma in Nutritional Science and Therapeutics
Delivered at the Irish Institute of Nutrition and Health this self-regulated qualification, aims to equip learners with the knowledge, understanding and skills necessary to become Nutritional Therapists. The qualification is mapped to the Core Curriculum for Nutritional Therapy as developed by the Nutritional Therapy Education Commission (NTEC). It is a total of 1650 hours.
For further information on the programme, entry requirements and how to apply please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Level 5 Diploma in Eurythmy Education
Level 6 Diploma in Eurythmy as a Performing Art
Delivered at Eurythmy West Midlands these 2 diplomas offer a thorough education in Eurythmy, a movement form developed initially by Rudolf Steiner. These courses gives the learner a foundation to go on to teach public classes and participate in performing work.
For further information on the programme, entry requirements and how to apply please contact: email@example.com
Diploma in the Living Well Dying Well Person-Centred Approach to Death and Dying
Delivered by Living Well Dying Well in East Sussex. This Quality Mark programme introduces learners to the Living Well Dying Well person-centred approach to death and dying. The aim of this programme is to help learners develop practical skills and knowledge to be able to support individuals at end of life and their families within a person centred approach.
This programme is not an end of life care programme, but rather for those who are walking alongside the family, carers, professionals and others.
For further information on the programme, entry requirements and how to apply please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Foundations of Anthroposophic Medicine Diploma
This Quality Mark programme has been designed primarily for qualified practising medical doctors to be taken alongside their professional work. It teaches elements of the spiritual scientific methodology which underlies anthroposophic medicine. It is delivered in five long weekend modules and one five day intensive per year over three years. It is formally offered through Emerson College with many sessions taking place at St Luke’s Therapy Centre, Stroud, Gloucestershire.
For further information on the programme, entry requirements and how to apply please go to: www.anthroposophic-drs-training.org/training/ or www.emerson.org.uk/british-training-in-anthroposophic-medicine
Diploma in Creative and Practical Therapeutic Skills
Delivered at Dandelion Time in the South East. This diploma introduces the Dandelion Time family-based, child-centred approach to professionals working in the field.
For further information on the programme, entry requirements and how to apply please contact: www.dandeliontime.org.uk