Apply for our Courses
most courses is simple. Just complete and email
us the application form which you can get via
the links below. You don't need to send
anything else with the form. Don't send any
money yet. We will check it, and if we accept
the application, we will contact you to confirm
the fees. Then when we receive the payment you
can start your studies.
THE FORM WHEN YOU ARE READY AND ABLE TO START
AND PAY THE FEES IN FULL.
WE DO NOT HOLD PLACES IN
ADVANCE. YOU CAN START AT ANY TIME
Application form links
Application form in DOC format
Application form on web page for
you to print out
your application form
You can send us the form using any of the
UK College of Holistic
27 Old Gloucester Street
email is quicker!
Paying your fees
If you wish to pay on-line
by PayPal (by credit card or direct from
your bank), we will send you a PayPal
invoice by email when we receive your
www.paypal.com for details of how to
open a FREE PayPal account. You don't
need a PayPal account to send us smaller amounts if we invoice you
method is no longer available.
If you are sending us a
cheque, send it (payable to KADMON)
by post with
your application form.
- Our bank account is still in our old name
so we need cheques payable to "Kadmon")
You can pay cash into
a branch of our bank (in UK only - including
Channel Islands). We will
give you the bank details. Do not
send cash by post. Do not go to our London
address to pay in person, as cash will not
be accepted there.
UK) , WIRE TRANSFER or IBAN/BIC TRANSFER (most countries)
would like to make a bank transfer please
ask us for our bank details. We may
need to charge extra for bank costs if you
send us money in currencies other than
Pounds Sterling or US Dollars or if you are
in certain countries.
If you have difficulty
sending us money from your country, ask us for advice.
Important Update re Payment Plans -
UK College of Holistic
Training is a small private educational business and like many other
businesses in recent years, we have been challenged by the economic
situation and this has led us to make some necessary changes.
The changes we are making
are twofold: (a) reducing our administration costs and overheads
wherever possible and (b) introducing and developing new courses.
One if the biggest drains
on our resources has been the operation of payment plans, which led to
extra time spent answering queries, negotiating, chasing payments, and
extra accounting time. All this extra work with reduced and uncertain
cash flow is now unsustainable and has prevented us from concentrating
on course development as much as we would wish.
We have therefore decided
not to offer payment plans of any kind for new enrolments, with
immediate effect - this applies both to new and existing students.
Already, most of our students have been paying in full, and those who
have not have had a disproportionate effect on our workflow and often
created more work than several full-paying students combined.
Of course we know that
some of our competitors offer payment plans - but they tend to be
high-volume operators that operate on very low profit margins, and they
spend huge amounts on advertising. The textbook-based model which
have used for most of our own courses has a dedicated following with
many students returning for further courses.
It is still possible for
most people to spread payments for a course, by paying us via PayPal and using a credit card. Alternatively, wait until you
can afford the fee and then apply. We realise that this new policy might
make some students go elsewhere, but we believe we will make up for any
shortfall by continuing to offer innovative courses not easily available
by distance learning, as well as more popular subjects.
We know that some people
who would like to do our courses are on low incomes and are struggling.
However, we do not receive any financial aid or funding and we have
stayed away from government funding schemes in order to remain fully in
control of the way we do business and the courses we offer, without
being strangled by red tape.
We are offering a service
for which we need to be paid promptly in order to remain in business
ourselves as we have done for almost 20 years. That is a simple reality.
We need to cut out unnecessary work and payment delays in order to
thrive. We hope that serious applicants will respect our stance,
and we look forward to welcoming many of you to various exciting new
courses over the coming years.