For a helpful overview of the process, download:
How to Determine Eligibility to Register: Flowchart
Pre-Assessment Checklist to Determine Eligibility for Registration
Substantially Equivalent Competency Assessment (SECA) Handbook
Substantially Equivalent Pre-Assessment Form to Determine Eligibility to Register
Substantially Equivalent Pre-Assessment Checklist
Certificate of Dean or Principal of College/University Granting Diploma/Degree of Homeopathy
Refresher Program Factsheet
How to Register: Flowchart
Appealing Registration Decisions
Applicants to the College can be divided into three groups:
1. Graduates of an approved program in homeopathy in Ontario
On September 27, 2016, CHO Council approved the following programs:
Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine – theoretical and clinical components of their Homeopathy and Health Sciences Diploma Course (In-Class)
Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine – – theoretical and clinical components of their three-year Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Health Sciences
An applicant who is a graduate of an approved program may proceed to register with the College.Click here to register.
If it has been more than 12 months since successfully completing education with an approved program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Depending on the length of time since completion and the accumulation of clinical practice hours, a Refresher Program approved by the College of Homeopaths of Ontario may be required.
2. Individuals wishing to register who have NOT graduated from an approved program in homeopathy in Ontario, including graduates of non-approved Ontario programs in homeopathy, Canadian homeopathy programs outside Ontario, or those trained outside of Canada.
An applicant who has studied homeopathy but did not graduate from a program approved by the College of Homeopaths must undergo a pre-application process, so that the College may review the applicant’s knowledge, skill and judgment against the competency based education of an applicant who has graduated from an approved program in homeopathy in Ontario.
3. Individuals who have successfully completed the College of Homeopaths of Ontario pre-application process.Click here to register.
Registration forms are now available to download here. Start by downloading and reading the Registration Guide.
The following are requirements for all applicants who are eligible for registration in Full class.
DO NOT complete/submit these requirements until eligibility for Full class registration has been determined.
The following requirements must be met in order to submit a completed application to the College:
Requirements may be completed in any order and some may be done simultaneously; however all requirements must be met in order for your application for registration to be complete.
Click here to read the College’s policy REG GR 04 Explanation of Completed Application
In order to apply for registration with the College, applicants must complete and submit the Application for Registration. Each registration application form has a related Application Guide which explains the application process, how to complete the form and what documentation needs to be submitted with the application form. Additionally, applicants are requested to complete the Application Checklist and submit it to the College along with all required documents.
What happens next?
Once an application is submitted, it is reviewed by staff. Incomplete applications will be held until all documentation is received before processing. The applicant will be contacted by the College if there are any deficiencies.
An application is not considered complete and will not be processed until all required elements have been received by the College. Failure to submit copies of required documentation will delay the processing of the application.
Completed applications will be processed as expediently as possible. During the initial period following proclamation, it is expected that processing completed applications could take up to 12 weeks, as the College will be clarifying and refining the process during this time to ensure transparent, objective, impartial and fair review of applications. The College will be contacting applicants if their application will be delayed beyond a six-week timeframe.
If the application is complete and indicates that the applicant has met all registration requirements, the applicant will be notified of their provisional approval and informed of the registration fee. The Registrar will issue a Certificate of Registration upon receipt of the registration fee.
If the application is complete but information provided requires review by the Registration Committee, the applicant will be notified and can provide more information if desired.