• In a nutshell

    In a nutshell

    For those of you who are perhaps too busy to stay on this site for long, here is a rapid tour around The Acupuncture Academy, our ethos and our course.  Just click on the image to read about ‘TAA in a nutshell’……

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    Students moving into independent practice!

    TAA passed another exciting milestone in September 2014 when our first group of students moved into their ‘pre-qualification practice’ phase! This means that they are now working semi-independently and are recruiting patients and building their business with the support of their tutors and teaching team; excitingly they are also now able to charge for the […]

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    Our acupuncture course

    The Acupuncture Academy is based in Leamington Spa, and is the only institution in the BAAB accreditation process that takes a fully blended approach to teaching, attracting students from all over the UK. Our main acupuncture course is an Honours degree-level Professional Licentiate in Acupuncture, provisionally accredited by the British Acupuncture Accreditation Board.   

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    For practitioners

    This page shows the current list of CPD courses available at TAA, as well as information on our free register of five element trained practitioners.  Full details can be found by clicking on the hyperlinks, or through the main menu heading, ‘For practitioners’, at the top of the page.

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    March and September intakes

    New students start on our acupuncture course in March and September, and all of the information that you might need can be found under ‘The Course’ and ‘The Prospectus’ headings in the top menu.  Places are filling fast, so if you have any additional questions feel free give us a call, or email through the […]

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The Acupuncture Academy, Leamington Spa

Acupuncture Course at The Acupuncture AcademyThe Acupuncture Academy

… home to a unique degree level acupuncture course, provisionally accredited by the BAAB and delivered using the best in distance learning techniques alongside practical, vocational training.  Our use of e-learning means that if you thought it was impossible to juggle work and  family around the time expected in class, you might now be able to take that next step.  Attendance in person at TAA is ten weekends in your first and second years, with a good proportion of additional study undertaken at home, in your own time, using high quality e-lessons and teaching materials.  No compromise though; time in class contains a high proportion of practical skills hours, in fact you will spend 150 hours more on those skills that matter with patients than you would have done on the fully accredited degree course that you might have studied at the College of Traditional Acupuncture up until it’s closure in 2011.  You will find full details on the course structure and content in the ‘Acupuncture Course’ section of this site, and in ‘Prospectus’ you’ll find FAQs, admissions information, an introduction to our e-learning, course fees and more.

Wherever your next big life choice takes you though, be it to The Academy or to one of the other great acupuncture institutions, for now we will simply wish you the best for this next stage of your journey, and invite you to contact us with any questions that you might have along the way…

Kind regards from us all

Jen, Julie and The Team

 

 

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Students in practice …

TAA passed another exciting milestone in September 2014 when our first group of students moved into their ‘pre-qualification practice’ phase! This means that they are now working semi-independently and are recruiting patients and building their business with the support of their tutors and teaching team; excitingly they are also now able to charge for the […]

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In a nutshell

In a nutshell

For those of you who are perhaps too busy to stay on this site for long, here is a rapid tour around The Acupuncture Academy, our ethos and our course.  Just click on the image to read about ‘TAA in a nutshell’……

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Julie on back pain

Julie and her lovely patient, Pete, were filmed by the British Acupuncture Council as part of Acupuncture Awareness week 2014….  Enjoy!!

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Our video…

Well Bruce did his level best with some very poor raw materials (myself and Julie!) and managed to produce a video that we can possibly live with.  He was very kind to us, extremely patient, our students were fabulous (thanks Gaynor and Kerry) and Michael did sterling work too….. Oh and for the practitioners out […]

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Preview sessions

We have intakes in March and September, and our preview sessions  are an opportunity for you to visit us in person, and to meet up with tutors as well as other prospective students. There will be presentations and discussions about the course, and our approach to acupuncture, demonstrations of the e-learning component,as well as lots of […]

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