Graduates of the Herbal Medicine diploma course will gain CNM Herbal Medicine and CNM Naturopathy diplomas, allowing them to practice as a qualified Herbalist and Naturopath.

A CNM Herbalist is not just using herbs, but is also able to give Nutritional advice, use homeopathic remedies and Bach Flowers and has a number of diagnostic tools at hand such as Iridology and Chinese diagnostics.

Accreditation


Because of CNM’s high standard, our courses are widely recognised and accredited, both nationally and internationally.

Herbal Medicine Training

CNM Students are eligible to join the ANP (Association of Naturopathic Practitioners) and receive the following benefits:

  • Access to various databases for further research
  • Discounted indemnity insurance for clinical practice
  • Discounts from various companies
  • Reduced fees for special seminars, lectures, master classes, workshops
  • Free training to set up your business
  • Free mentoring for new graduates
irh-logo IRH (Irish Register of Herbalists). The IRH is a member of the National Herbal Council.

 

Naturopathy Training

INA-logo INA (Irish Naturopaths Association).

 

International Accreditation

CNM Herbal Medicine Graduates are able to practice in UK, Cyprus, GreeceItaly, Switzerland and USA following local regulations.

Please note that there is no such thing as ‘internationally accredited’. Each country has its own accreditation, especially in the field of Natural Therapies, also regulations change from time to time. It can’t be guaranteed that the information below is correct at all times.

CNM focuses on having its courses recognised by relevant associations in Ireland and the UK. Thanks to CNM’s contacts in Europe and internationally, CNM has official accreditation in a number of countries throughout the world,  making graduates are eligible to practice in many countries.

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