This is in response to the Government Response to the House of Lords Select Committee on Science & Technology’s Report on Complementary and Alternative Medicine dated March 2001. It recommends that each regulatory body in the healthcare professions should develop clear guidelines on competency and training for their members on the position they take in relation to their members’ activities in well organised CAM disciplines, as well as guidelines on appropriate training courses and other relevant issues.

In more practical terms it is a way of helping to ensure that training given to practitioners becomes more standardised and that a minimum level of competence is reached. The National Occupational Standards (NOS) say what the competence is, the Core Curriculum supports the NOS and provides additional information to teachers to help them to devise their training to meet the standards required.

 

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