Equine and Companion Pets Combined Naturopathy

The ‘wholistic’ and complementary nature of natural medicine is designed to work with the ‘whole’ animal from the inside-out and the outside-in. Aiding to achieve an optimum balance within the body’s functions from an internal to external perspective. Combining the study of animal herbal medicine, equine and companion pets’ nutrition, equine pasture management and remedial and sports massage therapy will engage and enable treatment of a variety of dysfunctional conditions to improve the overall health, wellbeing, performance and longevity for all dogs, cats and horses throughout the various stages of their life.

The Diploma is offered mostly via Distance Learning, apart from Equine and Canine Myofunctional Therapy subjects, which includes two (2) separate compulsory in-class ‘hands-on’ practical weeks in Victoria or New Zealand that must be completed.

The Combined Diploma of Equine and Companion Pets Naturopathy comprises of:

• Equine Anatomy & Physiology
• Companion Pet Anatomy & Physiology
• Equine Myofunctional Therapy
• Canine Myofunctional Therapy
• Equine Nutrition and Pasture Management
• Companion Pets Nutrition
• Herbal Medicine
• Manufacturing and Dispensing of Herbal Medicine
• Equine Clinical Principles

• Clinical practice

• Clinical hours

• Research development and thesis

• Companion Pets Clinical Principles

• Clinical practice

• Clinical hours

• Research development and thesis

• Business Plan Assessment

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  • Questions? Give us a call today on (03) 5338 2851.
    Alternatively, enquire using the form below.

Course Information

Investment:

$14,000.00

Payment Plan:

30% deposit and a one-off 10% Merchant Services fee is added. Balance is paid in monthly instalments over 34 months. Further information is available on the course guide, please email to receive a copy

Course Dates:

Course commences upon enrolment.

Course Duration:

Time frame for the completion of this course is six (6) years part time.

Delivery Mode:

Distance education, webinars and a 6 day in-class component for the Equine and Canine Myofunctional Therapy unit (see EMT and CMT for details).

Prerequisites:

Basic horse and dog handling skills recommended.

Assessment:

Assessments are in the form of several styles, including mini-self assessments, theory and practical assessments and clinical hours.

Course Materials:

All text books and course notes are included in the price

Accreditation:

Graduates are eligible to join the Small Animal and Equine Naturopathy Association or the International Institute of Complimentary Therapies as a full member

Booking Options:

Contact us directly and/or download the Enrolment and Payment Agreement forms.
Email enquiries and forms to mail@nctm.com.au

Equine and Companion Pets Combined Naturopathy

The ‘wholistic’ and complementary nature of natural medicine is designed to work with the ‘whole’ animal from the inside-out and the outside-in. Aiding to achieve an optimum balance within the body’s functions from an internal to external perspective. Combining the study of animal herbal medicine, equine and companion pets’ nutrition, equine pasture management and remedial and sports massage therapy will engage and enable treatment of a variety of dysfunctional conditions to improve the overall health, wellbeing, performance and longevity for all dogs, cats and horses throughout the various stages of their life.

The Diploma is offered mostly via Distance Learning, apart from Equine and Canine Myofunctional Therapy subjects, which includes two (2) separate compulsory in-class ‘hands-on’ practical weeks in Victoria or New Zealand that must be completed.

The Combined Diploma of Equine and Companion Pets Naturopathy comprises of:

• Equine Anatomy & Physiology
• Companion Pet Anatomy & Physiology
• Equine Myofunctional Therapy
• Canine Myofunctional Therapy
• Equine Nutrition and Pasture Management
• Companion Pets Nutrition
• Herbal Medicine
• Manufacturing and Dispensing of Herbal Medicine
• Equine Clinical Principles

• Clinical practice

• Clinical hours

• Research development and thesis

• Companion Pets Clinical Principles

• Clinical practice

• Clinical hours

• Research development and thesis

• Business Plan Assessment

  • ENROL NOW
  • Questions? Give us a call today on (03) 5338 2851.
    Alternatively, enquire using the form below.

Course Information

Investment:

$14,000.00

Payment Plan:

30% deposit and a one-off 10% Merchant Services fee is added. Balance is paid in monthly instalments over 34 months. Further information is available on the course guide, please email to receive a copy

Course Dates:

Course commences upon enrolment.

Course Duration:

Time frame for the completion of this course is six (6) years part time.

Delivery Mode:

Distance education, webinars and a 6 day in-class component for the Equine and Canine Myofunctional Therapy unit (see EMT and CMT for details).

Prerequisites:

Basic horse and dog handling skills recommended.

Assessment:

Assessments are in the form of several styles, including mini-self assessments, theory and practical assessments and clinical hours.

Course Materials:

All text books and course notes are included in the price

Accreditation:

Graduates are eligible to join the Small Animal and Equine Naturopathy Association or the International Institute of Complimentary Therapies as a full member

Booking Options:

Contact us directly and/or download the Enrolment and Payment Agreement forms.
Email enquiries and forms to mail@nctm.com.au

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