The National College of Traditional Medicine has a NEW Owner/CEO

Yes tleslie williamsonhat’s right, after 18yrs of Lecturing for the NCTM, Leslie Williamson has made the move up to owner/operator of the business she as been so passionate about for so many years. Leslie hopes to bring a variety of course upgrades, new course packages,new guest speakers and anything else she can muster up to make learning exciting and viable within the Equine and Companion Pets industry.

Dr Sandi Rogers is still our leading consultant for the NCTM as she hands over the CEO reins to Leslie. There is certainly exciting times ahead for the NCTM, keep an eye out on the website and of course don’t forget to ‘like us’ on facebook and receive information as it happens.



Dr SanSandiNEW2di Rogers the now former CEO and founder of the National College of Traditional Medicine is a qualified Medical Herbalist, Naturopath, Reflexognosist, Lecturer, Massage Therapist.Boasting an impressive educational background, Sandi has a Doctorate in Education and Training and more than a dozen diplomas in natural therapies.

Having published many papers and authored books on complementary medicine, Sandi is also in demand on the corporate speaking circuit with engagements both nationally and internationally.

You can tune into Sandi in Melbourne on 99.3 FM 3NRG on Sunday evenings from 3.30pm to 4.00pm or Queenslanders can catch Sandi on ABC Drivetime at 3.30pm with Ingrid.

Learn with the college with 30 years experience and enjoy the benefits of small classes that allow for individual attention.

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