Course accreditation

ARONAH has written course accreditation standards for educational providers who deliver naturopathic and Western herbal medicine degrees.

The role of the ARONAH Board is to assess educational programs and the capacity of the educational institution offering the award to do so according to specified standards.  The ARONAH Board considers not only the curriculum and the delivery of education but also the ability of the program to ensure quality outcomes, the resources available and the performance of graduates

Educational programs are accredited for a period of 3 years at which time there will need to be a renewal application submitted.

Below are the documents required to apply for course accreditation.

Accreditation fees are as follows:

Initial Accreditation Fee

$3,800

Renewal of existing accreditation (no changes to course)

$1,890

Interim notification of minor changes to accredited course
(within the 3 year accreditation period)

$500

Interim notification of major changes to accredited course
(within the 3 year accreditation period)

$2000