Level 3 - Certified Wellbeing Educator
This is for you if…
You would like to develop your professional capacity to teach and facilitate insight into the principles of innate wellbeing* in a group setting
You are already practising as a Wellbeing Practitioner and have:**:
o at least 50 hours training and/or study hours in the principles of innate wellbeing*
o had personal mentoring and/or supervision from an experienced mentor of innate wellbeing
o delivered at least 50 hours of coaching, teaching or sharing from the basis of the principles of innate wellbeing
o have testimonials that confirm the quality of your work as a Wellbeing Practitioner
** these are verifiable
What will you achieve?
The Outcomes of attending this programme are that you develop the capacity to establish yourself as an educator and confidently teach and facilitate the principles of innate wellbeing in group settings.
Experience 25 hours in-depth learning over 3 months about the principles of innate wellbeing and how to teach others (a combination of in person and online group work, practical group sessions and 1:1 mentoring)
Develop the capacity to listen for and speak from wellbeing when working in a group setting
Develop the capacity to create an Insight space in a group setting (see our Wellbeing Practitioner - Guidelines for Practice)
Are there any pre-requisites?
- Attendance at Level 2 Wellbeing Practitioner training or equivalent
If you are not attending Level 1 and Level 2 - we will clarify with you on an intake call that you have the equivalent of Level 1 Outcomes – and Level 2 Outcomes including significant exposure over time to the principles of innate wellbeing*
What is the criteria for certification?
Attendance of all in person and online events
Completion of two individual mentoring sessions
Completion of three x 2 hour mentor-observed group sessions - at least one as the lead educator
We can attest to observing that participants meet our certification criteria:
you have the capacity to see the innate wellbeing in others in a group setting
you can create the space in a group setting for participants to see something insightfully about their own innate wellbeing (see our Wellbeing Practitioner - Guidelines for Practice)
you can teach and facilitate the principles of innate wellbeing in a group setting
the participants in your group see something insightful for themselves about their own innate wellbeing
This is a pre-requisite step to certifying as a Wellbeing Mentor
* The principles of innate wellbeing are also known as the Inside-Out paradigm or the three principles of Mind, Thought and Consciousness articulated by Sydney Banks