Acupuncture training can lead to a lifelong and rewarding profession...More than that, it allows you to fully immerse yourself in a system where you never stop learning. With Chinese Medicine Philosophy, you will see and experience the world with new eyes.
As an acupuncturist, practitioners are given the flexibility of working how and when they want. This makes it perfect for those who don’t have the time for a full time job, but would like a career that allows them to maintain their responsibilities i.e. young children at home, those looking to change career, etc…
Acupuncture is also a skill that goes with you everywhere. No matter where you are in the world, there are always people who need help.
Clinical studies and research in both the East and West have proven how effective Acupuncture is at successfully treating a wide range of health problems. With Acupuncture treatment branching out across the world, it is becoming one of the biggest growing sectors in the medical industry. Western Doctors and other health care professionals are also incorporating Acupuncture into their practice. Working as an Acupuncturist allows you to practice a system of treatment that has stood the test of time, and has for decades been at the forefront of alternative medicine.
“Working as an Acupuncturist has given me a huge sense of pride in my work, knowing that I can have a direct and positive influence on helping people. It has also given me the free time to follow my own pursuits, whilst still managing a home and family.”
Courses at our Acupuncture College are focused on one thing; giving you the experience you need to feel confident to step into the world as a practitioner.
The courses are structured to make the journey to becoming a capable Acupuncturist as smooth and effective as possible. The College has divided the curriculum into three stages to enable students to start seeing patients without having to have completed three years of training.
Once students finish their first year, they are fully qualified and insurable to open their own practice, allowing students to earn as they learn. In this way, students are able to gain valuable clinical experience to complement their studies throughout Years Two and Three.