As workplace training specialists, we are dedicated to ensuring the highest standards for our graduates and the public they work with.
As an accredited CNMA (Complementary & Natural Medicine Association) Training Centre of Excellence for Sound Therapy training, and SHAI (Sound Healing Association of Ireland) accredited training provider, we work to international standards and best practice for Complementary Therapy training.
Our students are not permitted to work unsupervised in clinical practice for any reason, including to complete their case study treatments until after completion of all 3 Levels of their Master Practitioner’s Diploma training. Including all levels of clinical supervision and competency assessment.
Only once the learner is competency assessed to the standard of knowledge and skills of a fully qualified practitioner, can they ethically work unsupervised in clinical practice to complete their case study treatments.
There are several very good reasons why we don’t allow our trainee sound therapists to work with the public in clinical practice unsupervised before they have learned and mastered all skills and techniques required of a fully qualified practitioner and completed all clinical supervision hours. But highest of all – it’s because I believe in producing the best quality graduates.
Principal & Training Director