Over the duration of the course, you will be required to participate in the student clinic (refer to your chosen course outline for the total number of log book hours required)*.  This hands-on approach provides valuable experience in your chosen field of studies, including dispensing herbal, homoeopathic and nutritional supplements, different examination and dispensary techniques, dealing with clients in a professional manner and of course, observing and case-taking.  Student clinic hours will need to be completed before graduation can take place.

The Student Clinic is open to the public and is supervised by suitably qualified natural health practitioners.  Components of your assessments will focus on your ability to correctly document client histories, treatment protocols and outcomes.

Attendance at Student Clinic is compulsory upon successful completion of the appropriate modules** We believe this is an integral part of your learning experience, and are positively committed to your future success.

*Students undertaking multiple qualifications should check with Paramount College regarding the number of clinic hours to complete all qualifications.

**Students must have ‘Provide first aid’ (HLTAID003) prior to working within the Student Clinic.  Paramount College does not offer ‘Provide first aid’ (HLTAID003); however, your Faculty Manager may be able to advise you of some local options for this course.

Paramount College of Natural Health, Bonner Drive, Malaga, Western Australia, Australia