Price: £ 1480,- Deposit: £500 upon application
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21 – 25. April 2021 (10:30 – 18:30)
Course Fee: £1480 – Non Refundable Deposit: £500 (Max. 10 students)
Our centre is a beautiful private residence in SE London, close to public transport (busses, trains and overground), with free parking, a garden and private woodland. Tibbs the cat is one of our residents, but is not often seen. Should you need any further information, please let us know.
A teacher development training course designed to introduce and develop MBCT teaching skills (lead by Dr . Collard and assisted by experienced movement teacher Helen Stephenson).
This non-residential* five-day training workshop at our venue in Honor Oak Park, SE23 is designed to respond to the growing need for practicing mindfulness-based teachers to take their development and learning process deeper. Participants will, therefore, have developed their teaching practice to the point of being able to explore ways to refine their existing skills, further develop an understanding of the teaching of MBCT and its underpinning themes drawn from the different worlds of science and dharma. They will also delve into the ‘person of the teacher’ – the way in which each of us relates to ourselves, the individuals, the group and the teaching process itself.
Other Information: The training is in line with established MBCT trainer training standards and consists of 46 hours of teaching to a maximum of 12 participants (thus ensuring a student-to-teacher ratio of 6:1). The course fee includes basic refreshments but not meals. There are several cafés and shops nearby where you can purchase food, which can also be stored at the venue (within reason).NOTE: All participants are required to take part in a one-to-one telephone interview with Dr Collard in order to assess their suitability prior to taking part in the workshop. Participants will need to provide evidence of possessing the following essential attendance criteria:
- Have previously attended an MBCT Teacher Development – Part 1 course, either with Enter Mindfulness or another reputable institution.
- Have experience of teaching at least three 8-week mindfulness-based programmes (or equivalent).
- Have participated in guided silent retreats (including at least one 7-day retreat).
- Have a regular practice and some awareness of recent research and have read at least two recent publications in the field of MBCT.