FAQ - Colonic Training

FAQ

Pre – Enrollment  FAQ

How do I know if this is the right job for me?

Most people know if this is the job for them once they have a few colonics. But if you are in doubt, find out with our quiz. Click here

Can anybody become CHT?

In theory, anybody can do this.

You need a great passion for poo and be sure that you don’t have 2 left hands 🙂

The course itself is not too hard, but there is a lot of information to take in. 

Can I do this while working full or part time?

This all depends on your workload and how quickly you can read and study.

We had many students doing this while working 2 days a week. Or while having to look after school-aged children. 

Enrollment FAQ

Who can I talk to to find out more?

Please use our contact form and we will be happy to discuss with you any questions or concerns you might have regarding the courses.

What is you refund Policy?

Please read our full refund policy. We believe that this will never be an issue as all our students are fully committed to the whole study time. – otherwise what is the point?

Is there any recognition of prior learning?

Please see our LRP policy and fill out the LRP form. Credit for LRP will not give you a financial discount but will relieve you from passing the exam of that module.

Do I have to do an Interview?

Yes, we will contact you once you filled out the application form to discuss your application in more detail. We want to make sure that you are choosing the right course for you and can commit fully to the study.

Can I become a trainer?

Yes, we are looking for trainers and clinics that are as passionate as we are about bringing our Industry to the highest standard possible. If you are interested in becoming a trainer after you have done the Diploma in the Gold Standard of Holistic Colon Hydrotherapy. We are happy to discuss this further.

Can you train staff for my clinic?

Absolutely – we have trained many staff for different clinics. If you have multiple staff members that need training – please contact us for pricing.

Study FAQ

Where do I go to get my textbooks?

Each subject includes prescribed and optional recommended readings that support your classroom and online learning. You can purchase your textbooks online or get them from your public library. Some books are also available inside the student library once you are logged in.
You can see a list of the textbooks you need here.

How do I get to know the detail of my course structure and content?

When you log in you can see all Subject Outlines which detail your course structure and content.

You can also see key dates like non-teaching weeks, clinical practicum here. All dates will be confirmed at the beginning of your course.

Who should I talk to for help?

If you would like face-to-face help, talk to your local Student Adviser.

All study questions during your course can be answered by your teacher in the weekly online sessions or you can use the forums or email for support.

We are here to help you with all of your study-related questions.

How many people in my class?

The number of students in your class will vary based on the type of class – practical, theory or clinic – the time of your class and the optimal teaching numbers that are recommended. Online classes might have more students, while in practicals there will be a maximum of 4 students, and when you treat clients a maximum of 2 students, so we can make sure that you get the time and attention to have a successful learning outcome.

Where do I get my Student ID card?

The Vitalis Training centre does not use student numbers or ID cards. Your unique email and password will be all you need to obtain access to all online coursework and clinic training days. All uploaded examinations will be linked by your email.

Do I need to attend all online support classes?

The online support classes are for all students – independent of the course they are on at the time. Priority is given to Gold Standard students, after which we will address questions from any other students. These weekly classes are to help you stay motivated and progress in a timely manner.
It is recommended that you attend all online support classes, as you are here to learn. But they are optional.

Practicum FAQ

What can I expect on my first day of clinic?

Your first day will be exciting and full of information, starting with a clinic briefing where you will learn all about how the Clinic runs and operates. This will be followed by practical exercises, where you will be receiving information regarding the requirements and acceptable practices. You will receive additional training on reception, customer service, dispensary, files and record keeping, and discipline-related equipment. Although you will have received training in these areas during your course work they will be reinforced during clinical practicum.

Where do I go for my first day at clinic?

The Vitalis Training Centre classroom at 8/111 Commercial Road Murwillumbah NSW will be where students meet. The clinical Practicum will be held at 9/111 Commercial road in the clinic where patients are treated. There will be opportunities for class members to swap treatments to gain practical experience. Patients who have consented to work with students in a training capacity will be present for the practical treatments.

What should I wear?

All students are required to wear professional attire when practicing in clinic, including enclosed footwear for safety reasons. Comfortable black pants and high-cut shirt with short sleeves are recommended.
Please do not wear jeans, leggings, shorts/short skirts, sneakers, tee shirts, or similar casual wear.
As a rule of thumb, consider dressing in a way that is similar to that of the clients whom you would like to attract to your own clinic.

Is it ok to feel this nervous?

Yes, it is normal. All students will feel a little anxious; it is understandable to feel apprehensive when doing something for the first time. Remember that the clinic staff, other students & supervisors are all there to help support you and please feel free to ask lots of questions!

Do I need to be there early?

Yes, clinic commences 30 mins prior to the scheduled starting time. So for an 8am clinic you need to be ready to start at 7.30am, this also ensures you arrive before your clients.

Note that you will also be required to stay back at the end of the day for approximately another 30 minutes.

Do I have to attend clinic orientation?

Yes, it is a prerequisite of clinic that all students attend a Clinic Orientation. This will also help settle any nerves and best prepare you for the practicum ahead. Clinic Orientation is on the first day of your first practical training. So make sure you arrive early so you do not miss it.

What are the clinic hours?

The Clinic is open Monday to Friday with clinic hours broken down into four sessions per day: Each session being 90 minutes.

Regular operating hours are from 8:00am to 5:00 pm with a minimum of 15 min break between patients. Practitioners conducting 4 CHT sessions in one day must have a mandatory 1 hour break between the second and third patient.

What else do I bring to clinic?

Feel free to bring lunch, snacks and a water bottle as there are no scheduled breaks during some of the sessions. Please ensure all food and drinks are kept and enjoyed in the designated kitchen area. You are able to take a closed water bottle into the clinic.

Will I see clients on my first day?

There is a possibility that you will get the opportunity to attend a consultation as an observer on your first day. In your first week in the clinic you will defenitely observing some client sessions. Very soon you also will treat clients in your practicals.

What other resources will I use in the clinical environment?

Here at the clinic, you will find many resources, Clinic Handbooks, Reception Manual, clinic related forms. Information about the products we recommend in the clinic. Protocols for treatment and much more. You will learn how to use the different resources appropriatley during your theory and practical training.

What to do if I'm running late or can't make it?

Contact the clinic lecturer or teacher ASAP. You will then need to apply for a Clinic Makeup time which may not be available until the next semester depending on which day was missed. Lecturers will do their utmost to accommodate Clinic MakeUps but it may be not possible and have to be postponed. Which would be a real dissapointment for everybody.

Do I have to attend clinical practicum?

Depending on which course you choose, it is a prerequisite of graduation that you attend all clinical practicums that are part of your course. This will also help settle any nerves and best prepare you for practice.
Our Students love clinical practicals as they give you the opportunity to meet other students in person and really apply everything you learned in your online studies.