At the Colour of Sound Institute we pride ourselves on providing the highest quality of sound therapy training for all our students.
We’ve been established as a sound therapy training provider since 2003 and have an outstanding reputation within this specialist field. We are a centre of excellence which offers an exposure to a variety of training, tools, and instruments relating to sound that have the potential to restore natural balance and positive wellbeing.
We are sincerely committed to the support and advancement of professional, quality standards in the specialist field of sound therapy training, as well as complementary medicine as a whole. We believe whole heartedly in the enormous positive potential of sound therapy as a holistic therapeutic system for positive wellbeing.
Our teaching method places its emphasis on individual personal development, combining science, unique healing techniques and ancient wisdom. Our training offers the keys to open up to new levels of learning and perception, combined with practical hands on experience in our comprehensive professional practitioner training courses that are open and accessible to all.
Sound Therapy Training School
We are listed as an independent school by the British Complementary Medical Association (BCMA).
The BCMA is the major Complementary Medicine (CM) multi-therapy umbrella body in the UK, representing some 45 single therapy organisations (some of which are in themselves umbrella bodies but for a single therapy) and some 18 independent schools. Through this structure it speaks for over 20,000 practitioners of 11 different therapies.
The BCMA operates a system of voluntary self-regulation with a Code of Conduct and a Complaint Investigation and Disciplinary Procedure (with lay involvement) which are mandatory for all members and their practitioners. All applicants for membership undergo an investigation to ensure they have a satisfactory standard of education and training as part of their entry requirements. A minimum level of Medical Negligence and Public Liability insurance is also a requirement. It is also moving towards a requirement for Continuing Professional Development for membership and maintains a Practitioner Register for referrals of suitably qualified practitioners to the public.
It is encouraging all its members i) to become involved in the development of National Occupational Standards through Healthcare UK and the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority as part of its commitment to ongoing standard-raising and ii) to seek Voluntary Statutory Self-Regulation as is available under the recent Health Act.
Our sound therapy training courses have been approved by the BCMA so you can be confident that you will be studying sound therapy training with a professional training organisation that puts excellence and quality at the forefront.
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