The taught course will be delivered in York. Structured clinical training is expected to also be available in London and Stoke on Trent.

The taught course is built around three ‘strands of learning’, each consisting of three 30-credit ‘areas of study’ (nine in total). These ‘areas’ each contain three modules, one of 15 credits, one of ten credits and one of five credits.

Alongside this there is one other ‘area of study’, Clinical Practice; which consists of three 15-credit clinic-based modules.

The course will generate 315 credits, made up of a mix of 120 credits at level 4, 120 credits at level 5 and 75 at level 6. Levels and credit values reflect those to be found in a Higher Education Institution and equate to an ordinary degree.

The undergraduate course will be of four years duration. Students with appropriate backgrounds may be offered shorter pathways through the programme. Practitioners wishing to update their skills and others interested in furthering their knowledge may access single modules.

Corporeal
(Biological)
Psycho-social
(Mental)
Spiritual
(Energetic)

 

Structure and Function

Outline of systems – 15
Biomechanics – 10
Somatotypes – 5

Total = 30 credits

Human Relationships

Patient/practitioner – 15
Personal skills – 10
Social skills – 5


Total = 30 credits

Life & Death

Pathology – 15
Vitality & Enervation – 10
Primal health – 5

Total = 30 credits

 

Nutrition

Dietary approaches – 15
Biochemistry – 10
Fasting & starvation – 5

Total = 30 credits

Politics

Institutions– 15
Health – 10
Food – 5

Total = 30 credits

Philosophies and Belief Systems

Self-development – 15
Belief systems – 10
Ecological issues – 5

Total = 30 credits

 

Practical Modalities

Manipulation -15
Therapeutic Practices – 10
Counselling – 5

Total = 30 credits

Analysis and Diagnosis

NC Interpretation – 15
Standard clinical tests – 10
Case history taking – 5

Total = 30 credits

Principles into Practice

Principles of NC – 15
Lifestyles -10
Models of health care – 5

Total = 30 credits

 

CLINICAL PRACTICE:

15 credits at Level Four
15 Credits at Level Five
15 Credits at Level Six