Tag - cpd

Online Learning used as Sentencing in the Court of Law

CPD and learning is so important… and if you are a creator of a course in your field, the learning of your subject could benefit an unexpected demographic… ALISION is a website that offers free courses… you usually have to pay for the certificate, but the learning is for free… and it seems that this online learning could be used as a positive solution to sentencing in the court of law… “Last month, a US Judge in Up-state New York sentenced a [...]

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HTM course Reviews 2016: Face Yoga

You may have read the previous post about my discovery of Face Yoga, and the interview with the Face Yoga Expert Danielle Collins… By the end of which I was excited to find out more, and thought it would be a fabulous course to complete for the HTM 2016 course and CPD reviews… Here are my thoughts! The initial contact from Danielle was prompt and efficient, she emailed everything I needed so I could complete the Face Yoga Online course, as [...]

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What will your January be like?

It is that time of year again, when Christmas is upon us, and we are all excited about festivities, food and fun… As a businessperson you may be looking forward to wrapping the year up with a big sparkly bow… but remember January is just a stone throw away, and we need to ensure as professionals that we are prepared for the New Year. January can be a strange month, with many people taking extended holidays or worrying about how [...]

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Points for CPD

Jane Sheehan discusses the relevance of CPD in holistic therapy When I first started doing reflexology and foot reading, Continuous Professional Development (CPD) was something that your accountant did.  A professional belonged to a professional body and to remain a member, they would have to show that they had continued their development through a formalised system.  This was such a tradition that even HM Customs and Revenue recognised CPD, thus allowed tax relief. More recently, holistic therapy associations have recognised the [...]

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A Course in Colour

College principal and lead colour therapy tutor, Debra Goldston explains the benefits of colour therapy In Colour Therapy, full spectrum colour is used to help re-balance and energise the body on physical, emotional, mental and spiritual levels. Rather than offering one particular approach, colour therapists utilise a wide variety of different techniques and applications to restore balance, and therefore health and wellbeing. Some examples of techniques include: coloured cloths or silks to cover the body, crystals, colour energised oils or [...]

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Degrees of interest in complementary therapy

Rosemary Pharo approaches the controversial subject of training, and while this article was published in HTM print in issue 6, it is something that is as relevant now as it was then, and so worth a read… Remember if you would like to get your hands on any HTM back issues – just CLICK HERE. How do you create excellent complementary health practitioners? Are you worried about the kind of pressures that may be exerted on practitioners in the future [...]

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