3 main components, namely:
1-Naturopathy, given by Christian Limoges
2-Anatomy and physiology, given by Louise Labrosse
3-Herbalism and Herbal Medicine, given by Christian Limoges
These three components are given through three years of training at 2 sessions per year.
Classes are given in French on Mondays from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm and in English on Tuesdays from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm at 7887, St-Laurent, Montreal, Quebec H2R 1X1
In a scale of fifty pages, the thesis must demonstrate the globalized understanding of health acquired by the student during his training. Therefore, the student starts writing it to the end of his didactic training. The student has one year to submit his thesis after completing the actual training.
At the end of the 6 semesters, once the student has completed his didactic training with exams passed, has written his thesis and has fully paid all tuition fees, the CNCL issues a Naturopath diploma (n.d.).