Why register with the Society?
In many lines of work, newly qualified professionals enjoy the benefit of structured employment and professional growth is guaranteed. In homeopathy on the other hand, opportunities to learn and receive guidance from more experienced colleagues are sparse. In addition, most homeopaths are self-employed and often work alone from home. The growth of a practice mainly depends on personal referrals. This can take time and requires confidence and determination.
The Society’s system of registration aims to provide a welcoming and supportive environment as you enter into your professional life. It offers opportunities for working towards a thriving practice, supporting yourself and your patients, networking with other practitioners and receiving affirmation of your achievements. For those who are already established in practice at the point of registration, the Society’s registration programme offers a chance to review their work and perhaps seek new directions and challenges.
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Registration is simple, here's how...
(click on the leaflet to download)
Introductory offer of £244 - just 67p per day payable in instalments
Feedback on CPD plan
An extra meeting if you qualified before 2004
Annual membership fee
This includes insurance cover and the Society’s regular activities in promoting homeopathy and providing services to the membership and public. In recognition of the fact that newly qualified practitioners are just starting out, on application you will be offered an introductory rate for your insurance and membership.
For current membership level rates: click here
All you need to do to apply for Registration, once you have confirmed that you are eligible, is simply complete and return your Registration application form to the Society office with your proof of qualification.
Registration Introductory Teleconference for Newly Registered Members
The Society’s system of registration through continuing professional development provides a framework within which practitioners can establish and develop their practice. The Introductory Teleconference is specifically designed to support you in understanding how best to benefit from the registration process and help you in the production of your initial CPD plan.
Reference documents for registration
Please familiarise yourself with the ‘Newly Registered Members’ Folder’ in the Members’ area of the website and also the following documents (to download use the ‘click here’ link):
- The Society’s Core Criteria (CC): click here
- The Society’s Code of Ethics and Practice (CoE): click here
- The National Occupational Standards (NOS) : click here
Appeals against registration decisions
If a homeopath is refused entry to the Society’s register or if a member is removed from the register and the practitioner wishes to appeal against the decision of the Registration Department, they may appeal to the Society’s Professional Conduct Committee.
For details of the appeals process, click here.