"When we create a focus on mental, emotional & physical balance we improve our health, relationships, social attitudes, workplace performance & peace of mind, individually & collectively"
We believe to improve the health and well being of humanity begins with taking personal responsibility for ourselves, to be aware that the possibilities within us are unlimited, as we cultivate the awareness, that Body-Mind-Soul are inseparable One. The Psychosomatic Therapy College is dedicated to provide quality training and assessment to assist students achieve their goals toward a health science career in the field of natural therapy.
Structure & Governance The College is a Registered Training Organisation #3117 (RTO) since 2004 with the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA), qualified to deliver vocational education and training services (VET). Only RTO's can deliver nationally recognised courses and approved Australian Qualifications Framework VET qualifications. Founded on the life work of Hermann Müller, the Psychosomatic Therapy Process was first developed in 1992, and delivered globally in Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Canada and Europe while also being translated into French and German. The College currently delivers 3 levels of training including;
Government accredited 10484NAT Certificate III in Psychosomatic Therapy
Master Practitioner in Psychosomatic Therapy
Teacher Training in Psychosomatic Therapy
Educational Standards Trainer and Assessors delivering Psychosomatic Therapy courses are .... Class sizes are maintained between 5 - 12 students to ensure a safe, supportive environment for the purpose of quality learning and deep personal process.
Unique Student Identifier (USI) The Student Identifier Act 2014 outlines that Registered Training Organisations are not authorised to issue a VET qualifications unless the individual has acquired a student identifier number. Student identifier numbers are applied for at no cost at the Student Identifiers Registrar.
On request by an individual, or an organisation or body involved with vocational education and training, the Registrar may verify that an identifier is the individual’s student identifier, or give the individual’s student identifier.
Records of student identifiers must be protected from misuse. Collection, use and disclosure of an individual’s student identifier without the individual’s consent is prohibited, unless it is authorised by this Act. The Information Commissioner may deal with breaches of these rules as interferences with privacy under the Privacy Act 1988. On request, the Registrar may give all or part of an authenticated VET transcript of an individual who has a student identifier to the individual, a registered training organisation or a VET‑related body. This is subject to access controls set by the individual.
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