At the completion of the course, students receive an Advanced Diploma of Ayurveda. This qualification is from the Australian Government accredited Health Training Package and is CRICOS approved.
Occupational titles for these workers may include:
- Ayurveda practitioner
- Ayurveda therapist
The Advanced Diploma of Ayurveda course trains you as an Ayurvedic Practitioner. You will learn to check the equilibrium of each person, defining their composition and help them quantify the status of their equilibrium through Ayurvedic Diagnosis. You will also help the patient achieve optimum health and well-being through recommending natural Ayurvedic medicine, Panchakarma, Detox & cleanses, Nutrition advice, Shirodhara, Massage & Yoga therapies for stress management etc.
Our extensive hands-on training prepares you for entry into the work force or your own practice.
The Health Institute Australia provides outstanding training for the Ayurvedic Practitioner in the following areas:-
- Through our excellent, extensive, herbal program, you will be trained in managing and administering herbal medicine and other treatment plans according to the philosophy and practices within an Ayurvedic framework.
- You will have deep training in Ayurvedic psychology to provide you with the skills in listening and counselling required to assist patients with mental and emotional complications that arise with their health issues.
- Your training is integrated with Yoga therapy. Ayurveda and yoga are founded upon the same philosophy and arise from the same Vedic-rishi traditions.
- Your training has a clinical foundation. Ayurveda is a complete medical system capable of helping humanity to heal a wide array of chronic diseases that confound Western physicians.
- You will gain the skills needed to work as a practitioner in Ayurvedic Therapeutic and Remedial Treatments, including Ayurvedic herbal medicine, Ayurvedic massage and Ayurvedic nutritional advice.
Industry Recognition and Licensing Requirements
Upon completion of the course, graduates are eligible to apply for memberships at professional associations such as the Australasian Ayurvedic Practitioners Association (AAPA) or other professional membership organisations that represent Ayurvedic practitioners. However Industry association may require additional information and conditions for membership and requirements may change periodically. As such, prospective students are encouraged to contact the relevant professional bodies for current membership requirements. Currently there are no licensing requirements to practice Ayurveda in Australia.