Admission Standards & Graduation Requirements
CCNM offers online and residential classes. Even though part of the training may be distance education done online, dedicated attendance is required in order to reach objectives, just as if a student were participating in the class in real-time.
General Admission Requirements:
- Every student must have a high school diploma or a GED.
- Students must have an eagerness to learn and be disciplined to do self-study.
Some programs may require equipment, Internet provider, computer and software to access the CCNM website.
The following trainings have prerequisites.
• Holistic Health Practitioner (NeuroPhysical Reprogramming): Applicants must have certification in a health related field; as a health professional with a degree and 3 years work experience.
• Naturopathic Practitioner: Applicants must have certification in a health related field.
• Homeopathic Endocrinology: To pre-qualify for this training you must be a state or nationally certified or licensed health professional.
• Biological Dental Consultant: Applicants must be a health provider or a licensed Dental Professional.
• NeuroEndocrine Regulation & Anti-Aging Certification Seminar: Applicant must be a health provider or a licensed health professional.
Fill out the enrollment form online and mail the hard copy to our mailing address along with tuition payment information. Please read the tuition page for more information specific to each training. There will be no refunds after a password is issued for each module.
Graduation from this training does not include the right to diagnose or treat any condition. In California, you must abide by the rules of SB 577, which is overviewed on the State Authorization page.
Graduation will take place at the end of a course where each student that has satisfied the requirements and received a passing grade of 70% will be presented with a Diploma/Certificate of Completion. Students will receive a pass or fail grade.
Attendance, Drop-Out and Leave of Absence Policies
Attendance is mandatory in residential class in order to graduate. If the student is absent for part of a session, they will be given an incomplete and will be able to take the class again when it is offered.
Progress and Performance Policy
Written exams after each module will assess student progress. If a student fails a class, they must take the class over.
Student’s performance will be evaluated on the following criteria:
• Proficiency in the procedures and exercises.
• The student’s confidence in his or her ability to follow procedures or exercises.
• Student’s ability to achieve reproducible results in testing methods.
• The demonstrated ability to accurately assess any client.
• Student will receive a pass/fail grade. A passing grade is 70%.
Students who have not turned in homework assignments to the college for more than one year must apply for readmission by sending in another registration fee and may be required to submit a new application with supporting documentation. Applicants must meet the admission requirements in effect at the time of readmission, follow the new curriculum, and pay the tuition according to the most current standards. Students seeking readmission should write an application letter for readmission.