Students are able to enrol directly onto the free online introductory course module through our learning portal at www.icchp.com/moodle/
No prerequisite is required to enrol onto our courses.
Students wishing to enrol onto any of the practical course modules or the 1 day workshops should enrol using the online booking portal here.
Once students enrol onto the Practitioner Certificate practical course, the student will be asked to submit two personal references, and an interview with a course tutor will be arranged. (These are not a requirement for enrolment onto the free online introductory course module).
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Each individual practical course module fee is £250.00 (inclusive of VAT) payable on enrolment. Students are not required to pay total course fees up front. Each individual online distance learning practical course module fee is £125.00 (inclusive of VAT) payable on enrolment. Students are not required to pay total course fees up front.
The ICCHP total learning fees tend to be 50% less than what similar and equivalent programmes cost elsewhere, once you add in course, tutorial and exam fees.
No fee is payable to enrol onto the online portal, so students are able to complete the first online course module free of charge. Access to practical course resources, such as videos, practical notes and scripts are made available upon payment of course fees.
Tutors, mentors and clinical supervisor session fees (approximately £50 per hour) are arranged and paid direct to tutors and supervisors at the time of the session booking. These session can be held in person or online.
Master classes and workshops are individually priced. One day classes are £125 and two day classes are £250. Discounts are available to ICCHP practitioner students and graduates.
Individual one-on-one training is available for those wanting a more personal focused tuition.
Please read our Terms & Conditions for further details.
Students enter the programme through the first course module and progress through to each module. Students complete Certificate Studies Modules 101, 201, 202, 203, 204, 205. Once students successfully complete all six certificate course modules they are eligible to enrol onto the Diploma Study Modules. Students then complete Diploma Studies Modules 301, 302, 303, 304, 305, 306.
Transfer and Advanced Standing Students
Students who have attended and completed other non ICCHP courses in clinical hypnosis and hypnotherapy may be eligible to transfer into the ICCHP programme. Students will need to demonstrate that their training is at least equivalent to the prerequisite level for entry into the ICCHP programme level that they are applying to advance stand in. For example, a student wishing to advanced stand onto the Practitioner Diploma course will need to demonstrate that they have completed training equivalent to the ICCHP Practitioner Certificate course modules.
The ICCHP normally recognises other programmes of study and training courses that have met the training requirements and standards set by the General Hypnotherapy Standards Council (GHSC), the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis (BSCH), the UK Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) and the International Hypnotherapy Register (IHR). Other courses and programmes of study will be evaluated on an individual basis.
Current Practising Therapists
Current hypnotherapy practitioners who may want to enrol on the programme at any stage will have to fulfil the above requirements, or as a minimum, complete the assessment requirements of each module and progress as normal. Only one attempt at the module assessments is allowed per enrolled student. Therefore it is suggested that a review of the literature is made prior to any attempt at the assessments. Practical assessments can be fulfilled through classroom study or individual tutorial arrangements. Current practicing therapists will find the online distant learning course option invaluable.