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Statements from an Advanced Diploma Graduate 201930 Sep

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During my time at Ayurveda College I have observed the compassion moreover generosity of Professor Chandler through providing much more training than the TP requirements and answering all our questions and offering endless spiritual, emotional & financial support to those in need including: Offering his valuable time to listen to students troubles & hardships then giving compassionate advice based on his 42 plus years of learning and experience to offer guidance, help and assistance to relieve their suffering; offering course fee help when student financial circumstance change (I took more than a year after the course officially finished to pay off my course fees); offering free refreshments and fresh hot meals to all students as well as their family & friends that might attend the college moreover, free medicines & treatments to students including at times their family & loved ones especially when these students have found themselves in a position where they need assistance as with myself, Flavia, Anna, Tiana & Kayo plus many more students over the years not mentioned here. It is my opinion that Professor Chandler goes far beyond his responsibility as a Principle of an educational facility, an educator of Classical Ayurveda in order to help moreover serve people, helping people to achieve the very thing Ayurveda exemplifies as well as embraces including spiritual, mental emotional and physical health simply by following the Ayurvedic Framework as provided by Professor Chandler. 
 
In closing I would in no way hold Professor Chandler the Principle Trainer at Ayurveda College responsible for the situation I had found myself in, that is having to re-sit the Final Assessments in order to secure my Advance Diploma of Ayurvedic Medicine. Professor Chandler has made every attempt every effort to guide, educate, to help and support me achieve my goal that is to gain the Advance Diploma of Ayurvedic Medicine Qualification, a situation I believe was available to all students that achieved an unsatisfactory result in past assessments. Looking back, I must say that I have gained tremendous knowledge, skills and confidence by studying and practicing under the guidance of Prof. Chandler to complete my course and have no hesitation in saying that without such valuable training and help I (My Ayurveda Practice and the others’ who did not complete the course) would have been a potential risk to the public. I am truly appreciative of the opportunities that Professor Chandler has presented so graciously to me, I look forward to repaying in kind by becoming a very consensus exponent/ practitioner of Classical Ayurveda. My enquiries and questions remain welcome even much after my graduation. I very highly recommend Ayurveda College to everyone.
 
With Great Respect Gratitude & Appreciation
 

 
Peter Sherman
 

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