Quality Licence Scheme Level 3 Flower Remedies Diploma Entry Requirements
All students must be 16 years of age and above to enrol into our Level 3 Flower Remedies Diploma course.
Quality Licence Scheme Level 3 Diploma courses require a minimum prior learning to GCSE standard in order that students can manage their studies and the assumed knowledge within course content.
Approximately 20 hours per unit.
Optional coursework and final examination.
Please note that you can enrol on this course at anytime.
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Quality Licence Scheme Level 3 Flower Remedies Diploma Course Content
Quality Licence Scheme Level 3 Flower Remedies Diploma Module 1: What are Flower Remedies?
This module explores the historical origins of Flower Remedies and draws comparisons between alternative and complementary medicine with conventional medicine, placing the practice within the correct context. Within the module, there is an opportunity to study the nature of flower essences and particularly the work of Hahnemann, the concept of Vital Force – and its physiological function.
Quality Licence Scheme Level 3 Flower Remedies Diploma Module 2: Dr. Edward Bach’s Contribution
This module provides an opportunity to study the biography of Dr. Edward Bach and through discussion of his works identify the timeline for Flower Remedy practice as it stands today. There is discussion relating to Dr. Bach and his interest in astrology, personality types, responses, habits and life lessons – all of which contribute to the application of modern Flower Remedy practice. He asserted that a flower essence possesses the vibrational energy of the flower it is derived from. Nosodes are also discussed and there is incorporated content on oral remedies refined from bacterial vaccines; the differences between flower remedies and homeopathy and the relationship of flowers to herbs. This module also explains the misunderstandings and myths associated with Flower Remedies.
Quality Licence Scheme Level 3 Flower Remedies Diploma Module 3: The Healers and the Helpers
This module explores how remedies are clustered, which ‘moods’ they apply to and how practitioners consider their administration. Sections include: the twelve healers, the twelve states, the seven helpers, fear, uncertainty, insufficient interest in present circumstances, loneliness, oversensitivity to influences and ideas, despondency and despair and over concern for the welfare of others.
Quality Licence Scheme Level 3 Flower Remedies Diploma Module 4: Types and Groups
This module progresses from the previous one and focuses on the following issues of interest: the thirteen remedies – corresponding with an individual’s state of mind, remedy typology – relating to an individual’s characteristics, and five flower remedies. These are rescue remedies and apply to fear and worry, depression and hope, confidence, particular occurrences, relationships and action. The rationale of knowledge and understanding of flower remedies related to diagnosis and in-depth prescribing is explored further.
Quality Licence Scheme Level 3 Flower Remedies Diploma Module 5: The 38 Essences
This module provides students with a comprehensive list in alphabetical order of the 38 essences used in flower remedy applications, their uses and relationships to symptoms. This provides practitioners with a comprehensive resource guide.
Quality Licence Scheme Level 3 Flower Remedies Diploma Module 6: Systems, Dosage and Strength
In this module, the background of flower remedy systems is explored and provides a base for discussion of common usage, relating to demography and the general knowledge that practitioners require to support practical application of this discipline. There is also exploration of the techniques and implements used in the practical creation of flower remedies, including methods of essence production, the Mother Tincture, potency, storage and how doses are established.
Quality Licence Scheme Level 3 Flower Remedies Diploma Module 7: Repertory
The repertory is explained as an index of symptoms taken and corresponding flower remedies, dosages, indications etc. for moods. It is provided for the student, and arranged in alphabetical order, providing the practitioner with an invaluable resource base for consultation.
Quality Licence Scheme Level 3 Flower Remedies Diploma Module 8: Interviewing and Questionnaires
The importance of assessing individual client needs accurately is a fundamental part of any practice, as is recording remedies given, doses and effects. This module provides the student with information on how to obtain an accurate client history and understand the correlating ‘moods’ of an individual. This is normally done through a format of questions, providing a checklist of symptoms from which practitioners can consider the corresponding remedies. Information includes: catalyst matching, marking questions, methods of interviewing clients, practitioner responsibilities, case studies, listening skills, example questionnaires, self-prescribing, and the correct use of the repertory.
Quality Licence Scheme Level 3 Flower Remedies Diploma Module 9: Special Circumstances
There are occasionally circumstances and groups of individuals who fall outside the more usual repertory and examples. This module examines the requirements and practical applications for using flower remedies with babies, children and pets. Issues covered include: plot essences, personal control, additional remedies, practitioner tools and strategies for working with these individuals.
Quality Licence Scheme Level 3 Flower Remedies Diploma Module 10: Practice, Care and Storage
The final module addresses important features of practice. These include the administration of remedies – how are they given, any contra-indications and issues such as the correct hygienic standards etc. There is a section dedicated to guidance about perfect storage of the remedies. Additional facts, frequently asked questions and answers and form templates are provided to help practitioners begin to collate administrative processes ready for receiving clients.
This Quality Licence Scheme Level 3 Flower Remedies Diploma course can be used to gain entry to a Level 4 Diploma or higher.