DIPLOMA in RADIONICS (Human treatments)
Completion of our Introduction to Radionics Course (click for details)
The Diploma course follows on from the Introduction to Radionics course and has 6 further terms of six months with residential weekends (two per year, September and April), plus regular tuition by personal tutors during term time. The total length of study for the Diploma qualification is 3 years.
Eligibility: Applicants should be at least 21 years of age and have passed English at GSCE level or equivalent. It is also a requirement that you have knowledge of Anatomy and Physiology. Tuition can be arranged through the School. An ITEC A & P qualification or GSCE Human Biology is acceptable. It is also a requirement to become an Associate Member of The Radionic Association.
Diploma course content:
This builds on knowledge gained during the Introduction to Radionics course, and includes:
- A deeper understanding of the analysis procedure, tying in subtle anatomy with physical conditions
- Giving treatments via the chakras and other structures of subtle anatomy
- The esoteric causes of disease and other conditions
- Homeopathy and miasms in relation to radionics
- Using flower essences, symbols and patterns in radionic work
- A study of the ethers and the rays as based on the work by Alice Bailey
- The nature of consciousness and the healing intent
- Radionics as an environmentally-friendly healing modality
- Practical aspects of running a practice, etc.
After 18 months of study (3 terms, which includes the Introduction to Radionics course) successful students are granted Licentiate status, after which they may offer a service to the public and charge fees.
After completion of a satisfactory 18 months Licentiates will be awarded a Diploma from the School of Radionics. Then, on payment of their subscription, they will become fully qualified members of the Radionic Association.
Fees: These are correct as at March 2019.
Study weekends for Diploma course, lectures, lunch, coffee & teas: 5 at £330.00 and 1 at £190
6 term fees which includes individual tuition, manuals, etc: 3 at £600 and 3 at £575
(Accommodation and evening meals taken on site, currently Sparsholt College, Winchester, are charged separately according to requirements and are currently £48 B&B and £16.00 for evening meals. These may be subject to an annual increase by the provider.)
Initially you will need a small Digital Instrument at £25. Later there will be a further choice of instruments.
Peggotty instrument, cost approx. £135.
You will be advised on your likely required commitments of time and finance during the Introduction to Radionics Course.
Professional indemnity insurance is provided for both students and Licentiates through the Radionic Association.
To apply, or for more information, contact the secretary at email@example.com or telephone +44 (0)1869 338852