AFT 430 - Teaching Practicum and Certification Instructor Training

AFT 430 - Teaching Practicum and Certification Instructor Training

Prerequisite: Mentor Training | taught by Dr. Benjamin Perkus
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Dr. Benjamin Perkus
Dr. Benjamin Perkus
Founder, Aroma Freedom International and Author of "The Aroma Freedom Technique"

About the instructor

Dr. Perkus is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and sought-after speaker and trainer who inspires people all over the world to make life changes using essential oils and positive psychological processes. He received his bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from Binghamton University (Phi Beta Kappa) and his doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Duquesne University. He has studied many Energy Psychology methods and has integrated these into his unique understanding of the origins of emotional imbalance.

His first book, The Aroma Freedom Technique, has helped thousands of people to overcome doubt and procrastination, build confidence, and experience the freedom of living their dreams. He trains people throughout the world with this simple and groundbreaking process and helps them to awaken to their true potential.

He is the creator of The Aroma Freedom Academy, an online training portal that allows people from everywhere to make significant and lasting change in all areas of their lives.

In this module, you will be making preparations for teaching your first Certification Class.  We will help you do Introductions to AFT, get feedback from your students, and nurture them along the path of learning AFT.  We will also review the 8 teaching modules of AFT certification for deeper understanding.  Upon completion of this course you will have successfully taught your first certification class and mentored your students to mastery.  You will be empowered to take AFT into the world by training AFT practitioners and make a lasting impact on humanity!

Specifics of the class:

Teaching Introductions (AFT-101) is a cornerstone of sharing the process with others, building clients and students, and developing an AFT community.  For this course, you will be required to teach at least 5 AFT 101 Classes with a minimum of 5 students in attendance, and at least half of the students being brand new to AFT in each class.  All attendees must submit an evaluation form to be counted as one of your 5 attendees.  This evaluation form will be sent anonymously to Dr. Perkus for review.  You will receive feedback and support in improving and enhancing your results.

1-2 of the classes can be online, and 3-4 of the classes can be in-person

You will submit at least one video recording of your AFT 101 class (either a zoom recording or a video of the class) for Dr. Perkus to review.  He will give feedback and suggestions for teaching effectively.

In this class, we will also review the 8 modules of certification training and prepare you to teach these topics.

You will receive support in scheduling and teaching your first Certification Class and Mentoring your students to completion. 

Course Contents

14 Videos
5 Texts
25.0 hrs