Accreditation / School Approvals / Membership
Full Accreditation with the American Council for Holistic Medicine (ACHM)
Graduates will be eligible to apply for board certification.
This organization offers board certification at every level of training.The ACHM offers clinical training for graduates. All our programs are accredited by the ACHM.
Accreditation for an institution means that the institution has been reviewed by an independent agency (organization) that has certified that the school meets a certain standard of educational quality. The accrediting body monitors the accredited school on a yearly basis to make sure that certain standards are continually met. A graduate from an accredited school has access to certain privileges offered by that accrediting body, like board certification.
By law, accreditation is voluntary in the Unites States and not mandatory.
New Eden School is a registered college with the Complementary Medical Association. New Eden School holds a Certificate of Membership with CMA. Graduates of New Eden School can apply for membership and registration with the CMA, the benefits are many.
New Eden School has school approval with the International Association of Natural Health Practitioners (IANHP)
Graduates can apply for registration as Natural Health Practitioners or Registered Naturopaths.
New Eden is an Approved Training Provider for the International Institute for Complementary Therapies. This entity offers professional insurance and other benefits in many countries.
The New Eden Iridology programs are sanctioned by the International Iridology Practitioners Association
Graduates of our Certified Iridologist (C.I.) program can apply for professional registration.
Note: A school approval indicates that an organization has done research on a school and has approved it to be listed on their website for recommendation to the public. Graduates from such schools can then apply for registration, board certification, or a license with that organization.