ROFESSIONAL COURSE IN
This is third three year modular homeopathy course to be held in Baltics exclusively for
veterinary surgeons (and veterinary students), starting October 2013.
*Four modules, each one is three days (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) per year for three
years providing 176 hours of teaching plus tutorials and home study covering small animal,
equine and large animal veterinary homeopathy
*The course work covers the main headings of:
Research and Pharmacy
* Live case work providing canine, equine, feline and cattle cases.
Internationally well known lecturers – Peter GREGORY, Chris DAY, John SAXTON, Tim
COUZENS and more.
Some of our previous graduates already have passed LFHom (Vet) exam at the British
Faculty of Homeopathy.
Course language is English. Venue place is Jelgava, Latvia.
Vet students are accepted for exams only after graduating of vet school. Dates first year:
October 18-20 2013
January 14-26 2014
April 5-6, 2014
June 13-15, 2014
/Term for payments.
Fee for undergraduate vet students (proof needed) is 120 euro per module (480
Students will have to volunteer before and during the modules.
First payment will have to be made until September 8, 2013,
for the first 2 modules – 600 euro (240 euro for students).
Then each next payment will be at arriving at the module or before. So – everyone will at
all times been payed for at least two next modules.
Cancellation. If done more than 4 weeks before the module, payed fee is returned 70%. If
cancellation is made later – no refund.
Contact-person in Latvia:
€ for module (1200 € for one year).€/year).
žÅ+ikovs, Mag.Vet.Med., LFHom (Vet)
+371 2928 7629;
Professional Course In Veterinary Homeopathy
Fill it out and send by post or e-mail (as attachement) as soon as possible, please .
Induli, Valgundes pag, Jelgavas nov, LV-3017, LATVIA
Vet students include Vet School and study year
€ (240 € vet students)
Reg.Nr.: LV 40008002739
LV63 UNLA 0050 0173 3837 0
Add statement: HOMEOPATHY COURSE 3 + (your name)
Total number of partitipants is limited to 30, number of veterinary students is limited to 15.
First payed, first served