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Trinity School Of Natural Health Inc

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Causes: Education

Mission: Trinity school of natural health is an educational organization. Classes are offered in the areas of natural health foods and remedies.

Programs: Trinity school of natural health offers correspondence school classes and distance learning. Students are able to obtain various natural health degrees. During 2013, 7,096 courses were passed by students.

trinity school of natural health offers weekend seminars all over the country to both english and spanish students. Over 3,000 students attended in 2013. Many of these attended multiple times for a total of 5,320 seats filled in 2013.

trinity school of natural health provides information to current and previous students through periodic publications and expos. In 2013, the expos were attended by 4,459 people.

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Client Served

Rating: 1

This school once had a great reputation. Since the death of its founder it has gone down hill. They fired all but 3 teachers, they let the BEST teachers go. They dummied down the education and give their students a ND Diploma after 1 year! The Board certified status is a joke, operated by one of the teachers and manipulated to be sure the students who are from trinity pass. The board certified organization is a joke, they hold nothing of substance. The annual conference is a gathering of MLM businesses and other health product sellers doing seminars on why you should buy their products. The rewards handed out are offered to ANYONE who registers to attend. No depth of education offered. You will pay alot and gain NOTHING!


Client Served

Rating: 1

I would not recommend Trinity School of Natural Health. I was a student at one time studying for my N.D. I was about 80% done with the program and they decided to change their requirements. This met many of the courses I had already completed no longer applied to the program. So instead of only having eight classes to finish my N.D. program, I would now have twenty two courses to take. They are not credited and the medical association that they claim to be apart of is actually an organization they founded. I just recently contacted one of their former professors that gave me allot of insight into this program. It is not what it claims to be and not even a good home study program. You will not get any help from professors and the program is based of reading a book and then taking an open book test. Basically it’s a joke. If you are considering this program you need to think long and hard. If it is for professional reasons, then forget it. If it’s for personal growth, look at the book list and just read the books on your own.

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