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Become an Instructor

Become a Certified Instructor

Definition of an Instructor

An Instructor is an individual who has fulfilled the requirements of a Practitioner and Coach as well as having satisfactorily completed the Instructor course.  They must demonstrate the ability to get along with diverse personalities as well as demonstrate the ability to work well with larger groups.

Requirements to become an Instructor

Instructors (at least at this time) can only be certified by Alain or Jody Herriott.  As we gain more capable Instructors certification will be able to be done by other existing Instructors. Costs are $500 per year which includes a listing on the website.  All certified Instructors must be actively teaching and teach at least three (3) courses a year.  For the first year they must submit student evaluations of their classes to the TWM office for review.  After that period of time, they are only subject to review if a number of complaints are submitted to TWM about their teaching methods.  

Download Become a Practitioner in PDF format.
Download the Practitioner Code of Ethics in PDF format
 
Also see: Become a Practitioner, Become a Coach

Thought for the Week

THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK

“When you seek a cause you have already created a result.”  This is such a lovely phrase.  The very act of doing anything puts into motion a whole series of events and any expectation within that creates Need.  That is the nature of all Maya.  That is because if we seek we are in desire.  This action causes expectation and that leads to tension.  If we choose to feel our feeling within any issue, then we unfold and balance and openness is the result.  We end up in harmony and there is nothing that needs to be done as we are simply there.  ~Alain & Jody Herriott (quote from Gravity Dreams by L.E. Modesitt, Jr.)

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