IIPA International Iridology Practitioners Association Syllabus for Course
This class covers the history and development of Iridology and discussion of models (European Iridology, American Iridology, Comprehensive Iridology, psychological patterns, iris photography, etc.) This also includes eye anatomy and physiology, topography and mapping of the iris, constitutional types and subtypes, iris structure and signs, pigmentation, pupil tonus, etc. It would be helpful to have some anatomy and physiology background before taking this course.
This class concentrates on combinations of signs, structure and pigment details, syndromes, contraction furrows, sclera, 10 iris evaluations, emphasis on case studies, being a successful Iridologist
Also needed: Buy a 10x Magnifier & pen light - Yellow Marker and Notepad
Must be paid 2 weeks before seminar begins to hold seat in class
Be an Active Member of IIPA $65 for first year Applicants must be a current member of IIPA to pursue certification.
Proof of Anatomy and Physiology Knowledge - An Anatomy and Physiology (A&P) course is required for certification. Certification Examination can take place before the A&P course is completed. The certification candidate/student must submit a transcript of a completed course, a copy of a diploma or of an acceptable accredited degree, or a copy of an appropriate professional license before receiving the IIPA Certification Certificate. See acceptable courses on website.
Submission of Ten Iris Evaluations - You will be provided with Iris Evaluation forms to use to evaluate ten (10) different people and analyze their iris patterns. Your completed evaluations will be submitted to your instructor for review. Your results will be returned with corrections and comments. Also, if you are taking a class through an IIPA Certified Comprehensive Iridology Instructor, you may, at the discretion of the instructor, complete a few of these evaluations during class.
Case Study Analysis - For your Case Study, you will receive instructions, a history and eye photos to analyze. Your completed analysis and results will be returned to you with corrections and comments from your instructor.
Written Examination: $175 directly to IIPA - This written Examination is on this website. Click on the “Examination” link for information on how to proceed with your Examination process. At the successful completion of your Examination process, if your test grades are satisfactory, 80% or more, and all other requirements are completed (i.e. Anatomy & Physiology, 10 Iris Evaluations, Case Study, current membership), you will be sent an IIPA Certified Iridologist Certificate. If for some reason you do not pass all the Sections of the Examination, the Examination Retest information is also located on the “Examination” link.
During the Examination, you may use study materials and the Iridology chart (which is included) from the seminar/class/webinar or the self-paced course to help you. You will have four hours to finish the Examination.
Once you have successfully completed the IIPA Examination process, your Student Membership will be upgraded to a Certified Membership and your IIPA Certified Iridologist certificate will be issued.
Learn to look at your own eyes and the eyes of your family or friends. With this introduction into Iridology you will be able to help them with their nutritional needs and health, by understanding the Basics in Iridology
This is to review the IIPA Seminar. Optional, only if you feel you need to refresh yourself before your test with to become certified with IIPA
( International Iridology Practitioners Association )
Iridololgy Life LLC - firstname.lastname@example.org
Coconut Creek or Boca Raton Fl
Nancy Rondone, CCII, CHNC