iHHS classroom instruction is based on 3 fifty-hour Levels, accompanied by 70 hours of self-guided study distributed between the 3 Levels. Levels 1, 2 and 3 must be completed in order.
Dr. Kweethai will return in March to conduct all 3 Levels. As an 'Intensive' course, instruction is sequenced as 5 10-hour days for Level 1 (March 2-6); followed by 2 days to rest and do homework, then another 5 10-hour days for Level 2 (March 9-13); followed by 2 days to rest and do homework, then another 5 10-hour days for Level 3 (March 16-20); ending with clinical practice evaluation, a written test and graduation (March 23). Apply Now to join us.
Each day meets from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
During the days between Levels, there is Self-Guided Study that must be completed for evaluation.
Instruction ends with a Final Exam, followed by a graduation dinner and certification ceremony.
The total program is 220 Hours: 150 Hours of Live Training + 70 hours of Guided Self-Study
Live Training = Students are present with an Instructor for face-to-face instruction and skill practice.
Guided Self-Study = Students are given assignments to produce self guided study products that are then evaluated.
Following are links to 3 representations of the curriculum.
From an instructional perspective, the modules are not taught as discrete units. Rather, content is overlapped based on students' readiness and a line of discussion at any given time.
Assignments: Most self guided study is subject to a combination of self, peer, and instructor feedback. One often learns as much from evaluating peers' work as in completing the assignment oneself.