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Fitzroy Student Hub: Naturopathy & Western Herbal Medicine

Naturopathy & Western Herbal Medicine

TUA Student Resources 


TUA Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Resources 

Please access the below resources that will assist you to prepare for your work integrated (WIL) experience in BHM106 Botany & Herbal Manufacturing and PCS207 Pre-Clinical Studies 1.

WIL Resources 

TUA Advanced Diploma to Bachelor Pathways 

Advanced Diploma to Bachelor Course Structures 

Students eligible for Advanced Diploma Block Credit must have completed Government courses:  HLT60512, HLT60507, HLT60112, HLT60107.

You will find your timetable on the Subject Selection page.

Please refer to the Fees information page.

FOL subject intensive sessions

For online subjects only. Attending the intensives sessions is compulsory.

Please check Blackboard for the most up-to-date information.


CLA207 Clinical Assessment runs at Flinders street campus

Week 6 intensive - 15 hours (two 7.5 hours )
Week 12 intensive - 15 hours (two 7.5 hours)








Clinical Assessment 


28th-29th March, 9am-5pm


CLA207 Clinical Assessment  12 9th-10th May, 9am-5pm TBA

Go to the exams page.

Clinical Practicum allocations for T3

 If you are planning to enrol into a clinical practicum subjects/s, for nutrition or naturopathy, in trimester 3 please do so by Friday 13th September to assist us with the allocation process. In order to fit in high numbers of students to clinic sessions we have a step-wise procedure as follows:

  1. Enrol in your Clinical Practicum subject via your new Student Portal.
  2. Academic team will allocate you to a clinic session/s according to your subject enrolment (this includes consideration of concurrent subject timetable).
  3. Academic team will advise you of your allocated session/s via email.

If you cannot attend one or more of your allocated sessions, you can complete an Application for Timetable Change.

  • Your timetable change request must include supporting documentation in order to be considered for the re-allocation proposed.
  • Your request will be considered by the Clinic Coordinator or Program Director.
  • You will be advised of the outcome of your application via email.


Clinic Induction Session - Trimester 3, Save the Date!

Friday 13th September 9 AM - 12.30 PM

This event is compulsory for all students that are new to clinic practicum in Trimester 3, 2019 OR are returning to clinic practicum from an extended period of leave (12 + months)

Further details will be emailed to you  shortly if you are required to attend. Please note students enrolled in pre-clinical subjects are not required to attend, this event is for students who will be treating clients in the Think Wellbeing Centre for the first time in Trimester 3.


Clinic Requirements

THINK Education Teach Out Courses


IMPORTANT NOTICE: The THINK Education course teach out date is end of Trimester 3, 2021.

This means that the course will close at the end of Trimester 3, 2021. Students will no longer be able to progress with this course offering. Students have been advised to choose study patterns that allow them to complete the course by end of Trimester 3, 2021. If course completion is not possible, students can choose to voluntarily transfer to Torrens University Australia BHS (Naturopathy) & (Western Herbal Medicine) courses.

Please speak with your Success Coach for course progression planning.

Course code Course information


​Bachelor of Health Science (Naturopathy)

Bachelor of Health Science (Naturopathy) - THINK Course Structure 


Bachelor of Health Science (Western Herbal Medicine) 

Bachelor of Health Science (Western Herbal Medicine) - THINK Course Structure 

THINK Education Advanced Diploma to Bachelor Pathways 

Advanced Diploma to Bachelor Course Structures

THINK Education Student Fact Sheets 

Resources for THINK Education Students 

Naturopathy & WHM Contacts

Success Coach

Karolina Soprun:

(Monday, Tuesday, Thursday)

Find out more about Success Coaches.


Academic Contacts

Greg Connolly:

Kelli Benjamin:

Sue Buckle:


Program Director

Catherine Smith


Working with Children Check and First Aid

We require all students practicing in the Think Wellbeing Centre to have a current Working with Children Check (WWCC) and First Aid Certificate before they commence any clinic work.

Clinic students will be required to submit to Student Services a certified copy of their Working  With Children Card and First Aid Certificate before commencing the trimester. You may also provide the original and have it certified on-campus.


Please note that you can complete the required application on the Working With Children Check website.

  • Select "Volunteer" in the 'Do you need an Employee or Volunteer Check?' section when prompted.
  • Enter 'Southern School of Natural Therapies' as the organisation
  • Address: 25-37 Victoria Street, Fitzroy VIC 3065
  • Phone: 03 9415 3333
  • Employment type: Educational institutions  - other institutions providing children's study or training programs (52)

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Student Services.

First Aid

The Unit of Competency HLTAID003 - Provide First Aid is sufficient. You must provide a copy of your current certificate to Student Services.