A 400 hour diploma in Unani Hijama for Unani medicine practitioners and other therapists. Students with no prior therapy experience can also take the course. This is a comprehensive course that contains both online theoretical modules and a live clinical weekend attendance module. With eleven case studies and live classes that allow graduates confidence and qualifications to practice Unani Medicine Hijama Therapy along side other therapies if they wish. This is a unique course that teaches Hijama that follows the Unani medicine framework, allowing you to better assess the clients symptoms using the theory of four temperaments theory.
Students will take the following modules online:
- Module 1: Introduction to Unani hijama
- Module 2: Understanding cupping zones
- Module 3 Hijamah/cupping treatment and its procedure
- Module 4: Fire cupping and moxibustion
- Module 5: Commentary on the shama’il relating to hijama
Live clinical weekend: After the successful completion of the online theoretical modules, a live clinical weekend attendance module is required.
Case Studies: Students take eleven cases
The theory modules are £400 (or £90 per module if paying individually = £450). The clinical weekend is £200. You will also need to complete Anatomy and Physiology (A&P) details can be found below.Buy Full Course Now Buy Modules Now
The Unani hijama theory
The Unani hijama theory is taken online from the comfort of your own home. You can start the online theory class at anytime throughout the year. The course must be completed within 6 months of starting.
The clinical weekend
The clinical weekend is a two day practical run twice a year. The next clinical weekend is 9:30-4:30 on Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th June 2021 (at European Institute of Islamic Sciences (EIIS ww.eiis.org.uk), 79 Manchester Rd, Oldham OL8 4LN. We keep a limited class and if class gets full you will have to attend the next clinical weekend in Autumn 2021.
Schedule for the clinical weekend
The course is accredited by the Association of Unani-Tibb and Alternative Medicine (AUTAM).
A good standard of education is desirable, or equivalent workplace experience. Applicants must have a good command of English language and comprehension (and be able to communicate well in English, both verbally and in writing); and ideally one science GCSE and English GCSEs or equivalent is advisable although not compulsory. Students will be asked to produce comprehensive case reports where they are expected to interpret information relevant to the cases they study, and then produce a professional report at a level understandable to the general public.
Anatomy and Physiology
Students will also need to complete Anatomy and Physiology (A&P) level 3 or above. You will need to take the college’s course in A&P click here for more information. A&P must be taken and successfully completed before a certificate for Unani Hijama can be issued.
(If you have a suitable medical background you make be exempt from taking the A&P – please contact the college for more details).
After successfully completing the course, clinical hours, eleven case studies and A&P, students will be given a diploma in Unani-Hijama and they will be able to obtain practitioners insurance in order to practice.
The theory part of the course is online.
Clinical and practical classes will be run by Saira Rana BSc, PGCE and Shahid Bukhari, ND.