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DIPLOMA IN CHINESE MEDICINE HEALTH MANAGEMENT PRACTITIONER(CHINESE)

This course is targeted at public who have an interest in Health Preservation using Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), and those who intend to pursue a career in health management with the use of TCM principles. Under the guidance of TCM theory, this course aims to give students a systematic approach to the principles, knowledge and methods of TCM health preservation. It explores the principles guiding the human life cycle; discusses the experiences and knowledge of TCM experts in the areas of body constitutions and the holistic approach to disease prevention with the objective of achieving longevity. As Singapore society progresses into an aging economy, the introduction of such knowledge is timely. By the end of the course, students are expected to be able to independently complete a body constitution analysis report and formulate a personalized health preservation plan; enabling one to guide others in managing and improving their health, preventing ageing and diseases, maintaining lifestyle balance, and promoting longevity.

Entry Requirement:
(1) Minimum passed for any one subject at GCE O level or equivalent or higher.
(2)Minimum passed in Chinese at O level or equivalent or higher

Language Proficiency: Chinese, Minimum passed in Secondary one or equivalent or higher.

Type of Qualification:

DIPLOMA IN CHINESE MEDICINE HEALTH MANAGEMENT PRACTITIONER(CHINESE)

(a) Course hours and synopses

No

Subjects

Course Hours
(45min/course hour)

Synopses

1

Foundation Subjects in TCM

80

Introduces the basic theories of TCM and diagnostics of TCM related to TCM health preservation.

2

Chinese Materia Medica

40

Introduces the basic theories of Chinese Materia Medica and 60 types of foods with medicinal values that are related to TCM health preservation.

3

TCM Formulary

40

Introduces the formula combining principles and 20-30 representative herbal formulas related to TCM health preservation and medicated food therapy.

4

Health Preservation, Physical and Skills Training

60

On top of teaching the uses, characteristics and techniques of fitness training, students are also taught the techniques of qigong exercises “Yi Jin Jing”, “Wu Qin Xi”, “Ba Duan Jin”, and 24-styles simplified Tai Chi.

5

TCM Nutrition and Dietetics

40

To understand the components and uses of various nutritional foods. To grasp the knowledge of using food to enhance physical fitness, prevent diseases, boost body rehabilitation and slow down ageing using the theories of TCM.

6

TCM Health Preservation

72

Teaches the various health preservation concepts and principles of enhancing physical fitness, preventing diseases and prolonging life using the theories of TCM as a guide. Teaches students to differentiate and identify body type, and grasp methods of body type health preservation, health preservation during the four seasons, personalised health preservation, emotional health preservation, physical health preservation, lifestyle health preservation, nutritional health preservation and TCM skincare etc. This is so that students are able to accurately and independently complete TCM body type differentiation, identification and evaluation reports, and give health advice on lifestyle, emotional, diet, medication and exercise adjustments, foot massage and herbal teas etc.

7

TCM Health Preservation of the Meridians

40

Teaches the TCM meridians and the effects and indications of classic health preservation acupoints using the theories of TCM meridians. Teaches students to use moxibustion, massage, Tuina, and breathing techniques etc to achieve a state of balanced Yin and Yang and well-regulated, clear meridians, and ultimately enhance physical fitness and defeat diseases so as to help the body recover to a harmonious state of balanced Yin and Yang.

8

Prevention of Common Diseases

40

Using the common diseases of the respiratory system, cardiovascular system, gastrointestinal tract, urinary tract, endocrine system, immune system, musculoskeletal system and nervous system etc as the main theme, this subject teaches students to grasp their causes, preventive measures and early signs and symptoms; be familiarised with their clinical presentations, laboratory tests, treatment methods, TCM herbal therapies and health preservation methods; understand the new research developments regarding these diseases and their treatments.

9

Introduction to Health Management

20

Teaches the definition, scientific basis, basic methods, service procedures, basic strategies, and local requirements, situation and application prospects etc of health management. Focuses on nurturing students to grasp lifestyle management services, demand management services, specialised disease management services and disability management services etc.

  Total: 432  

(b) Course Fee
COURSE FEES 课程费用
(4 Installments per year for 1 year course )
分期付款1年 -每年 4次
Total Payable (with GST, if any)
总计(含7%消费税)
(S$)新币

Course Fee 学费

5,963.00

General & Admin Fee 行政管理费

214.00

MISCELLANEOUS FEES 其它费用
Miscellaneous Fees refer to any optional fees which the students pay only when applicable. Such fees are normally collected by the PEI when the need arises.
其他费用是指学生有需要时才支付的可选择费用。这些费用一般是在需要时才收取。
Total Payable (with GST, if any)
总计(含7%消费税)
(S$)新币
1 Enrolment Fee (non-refundable) 报名费 (不退还)

21.40

2 Late Payment Fee 迟交费

53.50

3 Replacement of Student ID Card 学生卡费 (遗失补发)

21.40

4 Deferred Exam Fee (Per Paper) 缓考费 (每卷)

53.50

5 Supplementary Exam Fee (Per Paper) 补考费 (每卷)

53.50

6 Review Exam Marks Fee (Per Paper) 复核费 (考试成绩 - 每卷)

53.50

7 Repeated Course Fee (Per Course Hour) 重修费 (每学时)

5.35

8 Deferment Fee 休学费

107.00

9 Sit-In Fee for existing student (Per Course Hour) 旁听费 - 在籍学员 ( 每学时)

10.70

10 Course Book Fee (per book) 课本费(每本)

5.00 - 60.00

11 Library Membership Fee 图书馆会员费

21.40

12 Medical Insurance Fee (per year) 医药保险费 (每年) 400.00
GST is subjected to change at prevailing rate set by government 消费税按政府规定的税率收取
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