What does the CNHC quality mark mean?

CNHC registered practitioners are able to display the quality mark on their registration certificate, in their place of work and on promotional literature such as leaflets, headed notepaper and on their website. The CNHC quality mark provides an independent seal of approval to well-qualified, responsible professionals in the complementary healthcare field.

The CNHC quality mark is a guarantee that registrants meet national standards of practice in their work . This gives confidence to members of the public, employers and other healthcare providers.

To see the standards that all CNHC registered practitioners must meet check the Criteria for Entry to the CNHC Register

You can search the CNHC Register here: Search the CNHC Register


University of Worcester seeks CNHC Registered Nutritional Therapy Lecturer The University of Worcester’s Institute of Health and Society is seeking a Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Nutritional Therapy. The Institute of Health & Society provides learning opportunities for a range of students at various levels from Foundation Degree through to Postgraduate Research Degrees. more >
CREST Cancer Support seeks volunteer CNHC registered practitioners for Relaxation Day CREST Cancer Support seeks volunteer CNHC registered complementary therapists and workshop leaders for its Relaxation Day to be held at White Lodge in Chertsey in Surrey on Sunday 20th November 2016. more >
Job Opportunty for CNHC registrants at NHS Lanarkshire NHS Lanarkshire seeks Advanced Practitioner Complementary Therapist for full-time role more >
Job Opportunity for CNHC registrnats at Strathcarron Hospice in Forth Valley, Scotland Strathcarron Hospice in Forth Valley, Scotland seeks Complementary Therapist for part-time role more >
Nuffield Health seeks CNHC registered Nutritional Therapist in Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire Nuffield Health is seeking a CNHC registered Nutritional Therapist to work part-time from its Fitness and Wellbeing centre in Stoke Poges more >

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You can narrow your search by selecting a particular type of therapy from the drop down list.

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