Course required for Certification by the International Iridology Practitioners Association
Ellen Tart-Jensen, Ph.D., D.Sc., CCII
This is a complete course in Comprehensive Iridology filmed live in the classroom with Dr. Ellen Tart-Jensen. It covers Level I and Level II required for IIPA Certification. Included in this course of study are Iris Signs, Iris Constitutions, Lacuna Types, Pigments, Pupil Tonus, Collarette Signs, Contraction Furrow Signs, Sclera Signs, and Syndromes. Colorful iris photographs with examples of each iris sign are shown. Dr. Bernard Jensen visits the classroom and gives a talk on the value of iridology as well. This is the perfect course for students who cannot travel to a live seminar and desire to learn iridology and become certified through IIPA at home. It is also a great program for those who wish to continue to review iridology after they have attended an iridology seminar.
Included with Purchase:
Upon completion of this course, if you would like to receive a certificate from Bernard Jensen International, please request the written exam that goes with it.
This course also qualifies you to apply for official certification through IIPA. To become officially certified by the International Iridology Practitioners Association (IIPA), go to the website at www.iridologyassn.org or e-mail IIPA at email@example.com and tell them you have successfully completed the 9 DVD Set, Techniques in Iris Analysis by Ellen Tart-Jensen.
Then request an application for the IIPA certification examination. The certification exam is a three part exam which I will mentor you on after you have applied for IIPA Certification.
Part I: you will analyze 10 people’s eyes on a form that I will send you. Then send the analyses to me to grade.
You do not need the iris pictures for these.
Part II: This is a case study which I will send to you. This is one person’s eyes with a written case study.
When you pass that section, you will be ready for the written exam which will be mailed by IIPA to a proctor of your choice. The proctor could be a librarian, school teacher, or notary – some professional person.
The final written exam is open book and when completed should be mailed back to IIPA for grading. You are allowed to use my course notebook and chart for the exam.