HG Diploma – Part 3
Length: 5 days (9.00am – 5.30pm)
Suitable for: Anyone who has successfully passed Part 2 of the Human Givens Diploma
Qualification: Human Givens Practitioner Level Diploma (HG.Dip.P.)
Includes: all tuition, ongoing assessment, refreshments and lunch each day.
This week far exceeded my expectations – I can’t wait to get back and apply what I’ve learntJohn Buchanberger
Part 3 is the Human Givens Practitioner Qualification; the pre-requisite to becoming a fully qualified human givens therapist, eligible for inclusion on the HGI’s Professional Register (which is independently accredited in the UK by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care).
Throughout the week, students practise and demonstrate a broad range of practical therapeutic skills under close supervision and rigorous on-going assessment by the tutors and facilitators. Students who have already successfully graduated from the course enthuse about how useful and enriching it is. (learn more)
All Part 3 weeks are held at Engineers’ House in Bristol
Summer 2020 – Code WK07
29th June – 3rd July 2020 – Nearly full
Autumn 2020 – Code WK08
23rd – 27th November 2020
Spring 2021 – Code WK09
22nd – 26th March 2021
HOW TO APPLY:
There are only 16 places on each Part 3 course, so we recommend you book your place as soon as possible.
Please call us on +44 (0)1323 811690 – Mon-Fri (9.00am–5.30pm) and we will send you an application form to complete.
Outstanding! A scintillating learning experience that I didn’t want to end. I know I will be using the skills I have learnt as life-long ‘tools’ and I’m looking forward to embedding and integrating my learning in the months and years to come.Elizabeth Mary Sabey
It didn’t feel like a ‘work’ training course – it’s more like a blueprint for life, absolutely fascinating. HG has changed my life, given direction to my work and improved my effectiveness as a GP.Adam Lake
This course was the most stimulating, thought-provoking and exciting learning experience I have ever had. As well as being continually stretching and enriching, it was always great fun. The teaching model of the diploma is rare in that it suits all different learning styles.Renée Van der Vloodt
Meet your tutors
Sue has worked in training, coaching and psychotherapy for over 30 years. She also has extensive experience in the corporate world.