Almost 60 health professionals have celebrated the completion of their formal studies in areas of herbal medicine, massage therapy, natural therapy and naturopathy.
Students who studied from 2015, 2016 and 2017 were honoured when they graduated from WEA Hunter’s Academy of Complementary Health is March.
WEA Hunter Academy of Complementary Health Coordinator, Mark Hinchey said graduating students showed exceptional aptitude throughout their studies and would add great value to the growing field of complementary health practice.
“Many students received Outstanding Awards as well as their accredited qualifications,” Mark said.
“Now that the students have graduated, they are ready to start their careers in complementary and alternative therapies including naturopathy, herbal therapies and massage.”
WEA Hunter CEO, Rowan Cox, congratulated the graduates.
“WEA Hunter is a community college that, at its core, strives to provide learning pathways across many accredited and lifestyle programs,” Rowan said.
“I congratulate all graduates of the academy and I am confident in their ability, capacity and purpose.”
WEA Hunter has provided students with a range of courses in complementary health for the past eight years. The academy’s aim is to uphold the values of integrity, self-reliance, courage, perseverance and responsibility.
WEA Hunter (Workers Educational Association Hunter) is the fifth largest provider of community-based adult learning in NSW. It provides diverse education, including offering government contract training, vocational education training and youth education.
Best known for its lifestyle programs, WEA Hunter is also a registered RTO delivering specialist skills and VET courses as well as the Alesco education model for young people aspiring to complete high school studies.
IMAGE |WEA Hunter’s Academy of Complementary Health’s Graduation Ceremony 2018.