NAMACB EXAM PREP COURSE

Curriculum

Ask any student of Western Medicine if they were 100% ready for their exams when medical school was over, any Law student if they were 100% ready to sit the BAR, or any student of Traditional Chinese Medicine if they were ready to sit their certification board exam mid-way through their education, or even after graduation.  

On the contrary, graduates of licensed professions that require board certification, spend weeks on end, or even months reviewing and preparing for the certification exams.  As a student of the Science of Ayurvedic Medicine you should expect no less of your own board exams.  In fact, most of these professions have separate schools that are set up just to help graduates prepare for the exams.  SAT prep schools, BAR exam prep schools, and the list goes on. 

Unfortunately, because the NAMACB exam is so new, in fact only a handful of graduates have actually sat for the exam, no such prep course exists.  Until now.

The truth is, while schools do the best job we can to help you prepare for these exams, most of the heavy lifting is up to you.  We work directly with and alongside the National Ayurvedic Medical Association to help them design their exam, members of our teaching team sit for the exam to be sure we are preparing you properly, members of our staff have sat on NAMA committees, and we build our curriculum directly advised by the NAMACB exam guidelines.  Nonetheless, the work that goes into passing the NAMACB exam is yours, and yours alone.

This course will help prepare you to sit for an pass the NAMACB Exam.

How You'll Learn

 

  1. Weekly Live Web Conference Classes
  2. Lesson Recordings if you miss a live class
  3. Exclusive Online {Members Only} Site
  4. Audio Lectures & Presentation Slides
  5. PDF Resources, Lecture Notes & Bonus Resources
  6. Workbooks {Download}
  7. Weekly Discussions inside our Private Community Group
  8. A Supportive Community of other students from around the world to provide support – network – connect – and share your experience.
  9. Ongoing Support – Personal Guidance – Career Support – Internship Opportunities
Time Commitment

Each term is 10 lessons, approximately 13 Weeks in length.

Students should plan to dedicate approximately 10 hours per week to this course.

Class Schedule

Web Conference Classes are offered both Live and Recorded for later viewing.  Class are scheduled at times that can best accommodate all students enrolled in each module.  Please check the course calendar for specific class times and dates.

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Student Conduct & Expectations

Above and beyond all subject matter in this program, this is a lifestyle dedicated to mindful, conscious and compassionate living. We expect these primary principles to be applied to all aspects of students learning experience inside and outside of the classroom.

Due to the nature of the subject of this course and to the high regard we put on living with integrity, honesty, truthfulness and compassion Yoga Veda Institute expects students to understand and maintain high standards of academic integrity. Breaches of academic integrity are subject to review by the Admin Board and may be grounds for disciplinary action, up to and including requirement to withdraw from the School and suspension of registration privileges or revocation of certification. 

Students are expected to conduct themselves responsibly, honestly, and with due consideration for others while enrolled at Yoga Veda Institute as well as in all of their interactions and communications with members of the Yoga Veda community. 

Students are expected to take personal responsibility for their own assignment submissions and tracking, knowing class dates and times of class, understanding their personal track program, requesting curriculum updates as needed.  Yoga Veda Institute expects students to be active and engaged participants. Students registered in a course must attend all classes and participate online, take all exams, and complete all coursework on time.  

Students who are registered for a course and miss the first class meeting risk losing their place in the course. The Institute reserves the right to prohibit or cancel late registration by students who do not attend first class meetings. 

Students are expected to treat web-conference class meetings as if attending class on campus, which includes behaving professionally, treating others with courtesy and respect, refraining from using profanity or socially offensive language, wearing appropriate clothing, and avoiding inappropriate surroundings. 

Students are required to have and use a camera and microphone when attending web-conference class meetings unless otherwise specified by the instructor.

Students may not join a class while driving or riding in a car. Students are expected to join from a suitable, quiet location, with a device that permits full participation in the class activities. Many courses include activities that cannot adequately be performed on a mobile device. 

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Disclaimer

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