Teaching & Training Skills

Teaching & Training Skills Course

The six-day Teaching & Training Skills Course is intended for senior-level practitioners who wish to be able to design, prepare and conduct training courses for hypnotherapy practitioners or other alternative therapy practitioners.

A qualified hypnotherapy practitioner or fledgling teacher who has been in full-time practice for at least 3 years and who has undertaken an appeciable degree of personal therapy will be eligible to apply for this course.

The Teaching & Training Skills Course has been designed to focus on course planning and delivery supported by the essential background principles of teaching and learning. The course will include ample opportunity for live training delivery for the delegate. The Teaching & Training Skills Course will cater for teachers and trainers who work in the psychodynamic, humanistic and cognitive hypnotherapy fields.

Attendees on the Teaching & Training Skills Course will be awarded the Certificate in Hypnotherapy Teaching and Training (designatory initials CHTT).

A graduate of the Teaching & Training Skills Course will be entitled to free unlimited telephone supervision for life with the course tutor following successful completion of the course.

Course Outline

The course tutor

The role of the course tutor
Personal & professional attributes
Personal motivation

The course learner

Assessing the prospective learner
Understanding the adult learner

Course planning

Setting & monitoring learning objectives
Designing the course programme & course synopsis
Designing the training modules & training sessions

Learning principles

Learning psychology
Process-based, learning-based & context-based learning principles
Learning approaches, styles & strategies
Learner nurturing & motivation
Learner assessment

Teaching principles

Teaching psychology
Teaching strategy & activity
Teaching resources
Applying teaching principles
Applying teaching methodology

Recommended Reading

Book by Jacquelyne Morison
Hypnotherapy Teaching, Training and Supervision

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