The only thing that homoeopathy needs today is good quality homoeopathic practitioners. This can only be produced via clinical and practical training. In the homoeopathic sphere, for one reason or another, only a handful of students get an opportunity to apprentice under a senior homoeopathic doctor after graduation.
The academic program at the other song academy fills this void by providing an opportunity for practical and clinical training to a large number of homoeopaths, whether it is recent graduates, or practitioners of several years. Participants who come to the other song academy get the chance to learn from many senior homoeopathic doctors. It is only with this opportunity, that new graduates are able to practice as effectively and successfully.
Bridging the gap between theory and practice is one of the basic tenets of the academic program at the other song academy. Formal education is deeply lacking in extensive practical clinical training for students, which in turn affects their ability to set up and start a successful practice on their own.
Teaching and training at the academy is geared towards the all-round development of students and practitioners. The learning model adopted by the program includes the following aspects: