Australian College of Natural Therapies (ACNT), Sydney, Australia


Australian College of Natural Therapies (ACNT), Sydney, Australia, Australia  

Contact Details

Australasian College of Natural Therapies
57, Foveaux Street
Surry Hills
NSW 2010

PO Box K1356
Haymarket NSW 1240

Phone: +61/0 2 92188888
Toll free: 1800 46 2268 (Australia), 1 866 257 3290 (U.S.A.), 0800 028 9931 (UK), 0800 446 589 (New Zealand)
Fax: +61/0 2 92814411

Training Therapy

Homeopathic Medicine

Level Of Training


Qualification Awarded

Advanced Diploma of Homeopathy

Duration Of Training

3 years

Entry Requirements

Diploma of Homoeopathic Medicine

*Requirements for international students not specified.

Enrollment Time

February each year

Learning Outcome

This course is designed to take students from the most fundamental theoretical basis to a level of being a safe and competent homeopathic practitioner. Studies will focus on classic homeopathic principles including history and philosophy, intensive materia medica (the study of homeopathic medicines, case taking and prescribing), pharmacy, manufacturing of remedies, and clinical application. Additionally, students will be required to undertake and participate in homeopathic research.

Type Of Attendance

Part Time

Credit Hour

Not available


Equivalent to 6 semesters


Both components are covered as students will be taught theories from the basics and are also required to finish 250 hours of practical clinical training at ACNT’s Student Clinic in Glebe.

Learning Module

  • Anatomy & Physiology I
  • Anatomy & Physiology II
  • Anatomy & Physiology IIIa
  • Anatomy & Physiology IIIc
  • Bach Flower Remedies
  • Biochemistry
  • Chemistry – Basic and Organic
  • Clinic – Advanced Diploma of Homoeopathy
  • Counselling Ia – Communication Skills
  • Counselling IIa – Mental Health
  • Counselling IIb – Human Development
  • Homoeopathy Ia
  • Homoeopathy Ib
  • Homoeopathy IIa
  • Homoeopathy IIb
  • Homoeopathy IIIa
  • Homoeopathy IIIb
  • Laboratory Tests and Medical Reports – Introduction
  • Manage a Practice
  • Nutrition Ia
  • Nutrition Ib
  • Nutrition Ic
  • Occupational Health & Safety
  • Pathology
  • Pharmacology and Toxicology
  • Physical Examination I – Basic Techniques
  • Physical Examination II – Advanced Techniques
  • Professional Development
  • Schuessler Tissue Salts and Celloids
  • Symptomatology & Diagnosis I
  • Symptomatology & Diagnosis II
  • Symptomatology & Diagnosis III
  • Symptomatology & Diagnosis IV
  • Symptomatology & Diagnosis V

Teaching Faculty

Natural Medicine Department

Source Of Accreditation

Australian Traditional Medicine Society (ATMS)
Australia Register of Homoeopaths (AROH)

Graduate Pathways

  • Graduates of this course may also upgrade to other qualifications at ACNT and to a degree through ACNT’s arrangements with Charles Sturt University. Graduates may upgrade to the following qualifications at ACNT, with advanced standing for modules already studied:
  • Advanced Diploma of Naturopathy course
  • Advanced Diploma of Western Herbal Medicine course
  • Advanced Diploma of Applied Science (Nutrition) course

Career Opportunities

On completion, graduates can practice as an accredited Homoeopathic Practitioner.

Course Fees

AUSD5, 450 per year

*Information for international students’ fee not available.

How To Apply

Potential students can apply directly through the website using credit card or download the application form and send to address (refer to links to apply online or download form).

Glossary, Abbreviations and Links

  • ACNT – Australian College of Natural Therapies
  • NSW – New South Wales
  • AUSD – Australian dollar
  • Institutions often have two semesters per year which usually last between 15 and 18 weeks.
  • Enrolment / Application page – 
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