Bach Flower Therapy Courses Approved By "The Bach Centre"
Bach Centre - Approved Level 1 courses provide a solid grounding in the remedies.
Even experienced users will benefit from the chance to take an in-depth look at the remedies and explore their use in everyday situations for self, family and friends. You will even learn a little about working with animals and plants.
There are different types of approved level 1 course, so choose whichever meets your needs best. Certification in all cases is to the same level. Completing any of these courses qualifies you to attend an approved level 2 course.
Any student on an approved level 1 course is eligible to apply for student registration with the Bach Centre, which can enhance your learning experience.
Standard Course Fee International : 250 Euro & India : Rs. 16,000.- Certification from Bach Centre U.K
Bach Centre-approved corresondence courses are available in most major languages, and for many students represent the best and most thorough level 1 experience of all.More...
Level 1 at the Bach CentreThe Centre's own Level 1 is a two-day course held at Dr Bach's home in Oxfordshire, England in our purpose-built training rooms.
The course is led by a Bach Centre director and you will have the chance to experience life at the Bach Centre, and enjoy the house and garden. Find out more and apply online...
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BIEP Courses Offered By The Bach Centre U.K
The Bach International Education Programme (BIEP) is the biggest international provider of Bach Centre-approved training, with courses in more than 20 different countries. More...
Independent approved courses
In some countries the Bach Centre approves courses run by independent teachers or small organisations. Training takes place in local colleges, health centre and private premises. More...
Special courses for homoeopaths
Homoeopaths and student homoeopaths in the UK can attend a three-day course in London. More...
Anglia Ruskin University runs a Bach flower remedies module as part of a BSc degree course in complementary medicine'