YOGA THERAPY TRAINING 800 HOURS 2021- 2023 

Includes two 18-day summer residentials in Greece, with online webinars and full support throughout the 2 Years

Our vision

Is to give the best Yoga Therapy Training possible and our graduates to be proud of their choice to study with us.  It is to empower our students to become the best version of themselves and for them to do the same for their clients, to facilitate their transformation from svabhava to their svarupa.

 

If you want to Master Yoga Therapy join yoga Therapy Greece

IMPORTANT NOTICE – Whilst we have given our training for many years now this Yoga Therapy Training 800 hours is currently under evaluation for becoming accredited by IAYT.

Our Yoga Therapy Training Program

  • Our 800 hours program is the most intensive and complete Yoga Therapy Training in Europe, enabling yoga teachers to become Yoga Therapists and deliver safely and effectively yoga therapy in 1-2-1 and groups, for structural, mental health, women’s health and medical conditions.
  • This is the only Yoga Therapy Studies where you fly/travel only twice (in summers 2021 & 2022) but you are supported on a monthly basis by webinars, by heavy mentorship and tutorial support/detailed feedback for 2 years for your personal and professional development.
  • It takes place as 2 programs: Year 1 of 350 hours and Year 2 of 450
  • Year 1 starts in a beautiful location in Greece on the 13th of August 2021 with the first 18 days of residential training and continues with 10 webinars spread over 10 months with ongoing mentoring and tutorial support over the internet for the practicum and assignments.
  • Year 2 starts with the second 18 days residential on 8th July to 26th July 2022 again in Greece, with 10 webinars and 8 online weekends, plus the ongoing tutorial support and mentored practicum that prepare students to become excellent yoga therapists.
  • Students who complete the first year receive a Certification for 350 hours of Yoga Therapy. By progressing to year 2 and complete the 800 hours program, not only study yoga therapy in greater depth but also achieve the highest standard of certification in yoga therapy C – IAYT (subject to approval of our application for the accreditation by IAYT).

Minimum Entry Requirements

200-hour yoga teacher training, such as a Yoga Alliance 200-hour registered school program (RYS 200) or equivalent. Plus, one year of teaching experience.

 

Features and unique Advantages of Yoga Therapy Greece Training

  • Even our first year 350 hours Yoga Therapy Programme will enable you to give 1 to 1 Yoga therapy sessions and work therapeutically with groups as it is. It is a program in where you as a yoga instructor will learn everything you need to know about applying Yoga Tools in order to give Yoga Therapy.
  • You will learn how to build a therapeutic relationship, how to ‘see’ different bodies and personalities, how to build personalized yoga therapy practices based on people’s goals and needs, using postural/movement and breathing observations, as well as all the Yoga and Ayurveda principles such as vayus, koshas, doshas, gunas, selecting incorporating and modifying asanas, pranayamas, yoga nidras, meditation, mantras etc.
  • Evi Dimitriadou, the lead instructor and the Director of the Yoga Therapy Studies is a highly respected, experienced C-IAYT Certified Yoga Therapist with deep knowledge in Viniyoga, Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra as well as being trained as a
  • Sincere sharing of deep knowledge and experience in Yoga Therapy, Viniyoga, Tantra Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Personalized Yoga Nidra, Physiotherapy and the latest Research.  
  • Monthly contact with the teachings through the webinars. To keep your knowledge fresh, to work on any weaknesses and develop the necessary skills.
  • Every morning of the residential we practice group yoga therapy practices relative to the theme of the day. Take away with you more than 30 group / individual sequences that can be used for your own workshops. Including the very popular life changing Women’s Health Workshop.
  • Observation and Explanation of live Yoga Therapies in front of you
  • Experience your own Yoga Therapy and take away your personal practice.
  • The training and assignments are designed for you to develop to be the best version of you using the yogic tools available. We believe this helps develop faith in yoga therapy making you a better therapist.
  • 18 nights accommodation and meals in a very beautiful retreat among the mountains of Greece with the sea 30 minutes away where you can spend your free days.
  • Two well prepared Manuals of 350 and 100 pages for the 1st and the 2nd year respectively to refer to and to support you for years
  • A well selected Reading list that will further empower you as a professional Yoga Therapist.

The program in greater detail

Year 1 – 350 hours

  • Starts with the delivery of the 350 pages manual, forty days before the beginning of the residential training.
  • Followed by the first 18 days residential training at the Noosfera Centre (152 hours)
  • Then 10 webinars presenting 2 case studies each, spread throughout the year (50 hours)
  • Mentorship (21 hours) for the 88 hours practicum.
  • The 88 hours mentored practicum of the first year includes the 18 hours for your 3 case studies. In addition to these 88 hours there are 32 hours for preparation and documentation of practicum enabling the mentorship that supports you throughout the process.
  • Online tutorial support (7 hours) for your personal and professional development based on the evaluation of the 5 assignments, 10 webinar assessments and 6 module assessments.

The First Residential Training

It starts on Friday 13th August and finishes on 31st August 2021.  It takes place for 18 days including 2 free days, Friday 20th & Thursday 26th August. 

1st – 4th day (4 days) 1st module. Methodology of Yoga Therapy I.

We introduce how:

  • To interview and read peoples’ breathing, posture and movement through specific practices.
  • To use the different Yoga and Ayurvedic elements, koshas, gunas, doshas, vayus, chakras.
  • To come up with yoga therapy strategies through critical reasoning.
  • The function of the asanas and how to modify them.
  • To choose the most suitable yoga practices (Asanas, Pranayamas, Mantras, Sankalpa, Mudras, Restorative practice, Relaxation, Yoga Nidra), based on the overall needs and goals of the client.
  • To sequence a therapeutic practice.
  • To draw stick figures for the practice sheets and keep professional documentation.
  • To use props for suitable Restorative yoga practices according to different needs.

Every morning we have a group yoga therapy practice. In the 4th day you watch your first yoga therapy live (given to one of you) and we explain how theory is applied in practice.

5th – 7th day (3 days) 2nd Module. Yoga for Structural Conditions I.

We learn:

  • The anatomical aspects of the asanas
  • To recognize and address the root of the structural condition with specific asanas
  • Specific therapeutic Yoga practices and the rationale behind the Yoga Therapy applications for Muscular Imbalances regarding the Feet, Knees, Hips, Pelvis, Lower Back and Upper Back, Neck, Shoulders, Elbows, Wrists and the different types of Scoliosis
  • Explore Arthritis and Osteoporosis and relevant practices
  • Through practicing specific sequences for each condition and through sharing deep knowledge based on yoga therapy and physiotherapy.
  • You watch the second Yoga Therapy for real, where all these elements are incorporated and explained in practice. 

8th day- Free day for swimming and relaxing in the clear blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea.

9th – 11th day (3 days) 3rd Module Yoga for the Nervous System and Mental Health.        

  • We learn how the brain and the nervous system are affected by our thoughts, how trauma is developed and what yoga can offer for restoring balance.
  • We learn how to design personalized practices for balancing the Nervous System by incorporating the most effective tools such as activating (brahmana) or pacifying (laghana) breathing ratios in the asanas practice, appropriate sequencing, pranayamas & chanting Mantras as well as by tailor made Yoga Nidras.
  • We focus on Trauma and Pain, on Depression & Anxiety and on Sleep issues and Headaches Management and we practice what Yoga can offer based on the latest findings in Neuroscience, body-oriented psychotherapy and Yoga for restoring balance.

12th – 13th day (2 days) 4th Module. Yoga for Women’s Health.   

We will learn about

  • The Menstruation and the influence of the Hormones in the different cycles of it and
  • What Yoga can offer for conditions like Heavy, Irregular or Absent Menstruation, Fertility, Diastasis of Erectus Abdominis, Menopause, Incontinence, Prolapsed organs, Endometriosis, Fibroids, Low libido
  • Practice the most Nourishing Womb Friendly Yoga Practices for each week of the cycle and specially designed Yoga Nidras for different phases of women’s lives.
  • You watch the third Yoga Therapy live, where all these elements are incorporated and explained in practice.

14th day – Free day for swimming and relaxing in the clear blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea.

15th to 17th day (3 days) 5th Module. Yoga for Medical Conditions.   

We will share the function of the immune, endocrine, digestive and cardiorespiratory system, the common disorders and how does Yoga affect them.  

  • We will focus on Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson, Diabetes, IBS, Cancer, HIV.
  • Respiratory conditions like Asthma, COPD, Bronchiectasis, Pneumonia
  • Cardiovascular like Hypertension, Hypotension, Arrhythmias
  • Which Yoga Practices such as asanas, breathing, sequences, visualizations, restorative yoga can help and why
  • You watch the fourth Yoga Therapy live, where all these elements are incorporated and explained in practice.

18th day (1 day) 6th Module.  Ethical Principles and Professional Development.  We share the ethical principles (yamas and niyamas) of a yoga therapist must have and we introduce the way to apply yoga therapy in groups. We also explain how to start the practicum, the mentorship and keep our sangha strong and supportive.

19th day- Departure day with luggages full of knowledge, yoga therapy tools and valuable skills. 

The Daily Schedule in the Residentials

7:30 – 8:30 GROUP YOGA THERAPY PRACTICE

8:30 – 9:30 Breakfast

9:30 – 13:30 LECTURES

15:00 – 19:30 LECTURES

19:30-20:30 Dinner

20:30-21:30 Informal QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

The First year Webinars

Immediately after the residential we start the 10 live webinars of 5 hours each    (50 hours in total for the first year). We share one webinar every month, where we present and explain 2 case studies with real clients that have had yoga therapy of 4 sessions each by the director of the studies and leading instructor.

All webinars take place on Saturdays 12.00 – 17.00 Greek time.

(Please see frequently asked questions below regarding not being able to attend some webinars.)

  • Webinar 1 – The Structural Case Studies – Saturday 4th September 2021
  • Webinar 2 – The Scoliosis Case Studies – Saturday 2nd October 2021
  • Webinar 3 – Adapting Practices – Saturday 6th November 2021
  • Webinar 4 – Chair Yoga Case Studies – Saturday 4th December 2021
  • Webinar 5 – Mental Health Case Studies – Saturday 8th January 2022
  • Webinar 6 – Nervous System Case Studies – Saturday 5th February 2022
  • Webinar 7 – Women’s Health Case Studies – Saturday 5th March 2022
  • Webinar 8 – Auto-Immune Conditions – Saturday 2nd April 2022
  • Webinar 9 – Respiratory Conditions – Saturday 30th April 2022
  • Webinar 10 – Cancer Case Studies – Saturday 28th May 2022

The Practicum – Mentoring & Tutorial Support

The 88 hours practicum starts with the 3 case studies that count for 18 hours practicum, while the remaining 70 hours are more independent and less mentored.

For the 88 hours practicum, a further 32 hours are allocated for the preparation and documentation of it. 

For every case study you see your own clients (friends or relatives) a total of 4 sessions each. The 1st case study being for structural conditions, the 2nd one for a mental health or women’s health issue and the 3rd one for a medical condition. After the 2nd case study, you can start the 70 hours more independent but still mentored practicum where you work with individuals or groups.

You are supported throughout the year with 21 hours of mentoring through emails and online meetings as well as 7 hours of personal tutorial support based on your assessments and the assignments. 

To progress to year 2 students must have completed the assignments and assessments but may complete the practicum in year 2.  

Year 2 – 450 Hours

  • Starts with the second 18 days residential at the Noosfera Centre (152 hours) then
  • The final 10 live webinars spread throughout the year (50 hours)
  • 8 live online weekends (96 hours)
  • Mentorship (15 hours) for the remaining 98 hours mentored practicum, including the last 3 case studies and
  • Personal online tutorial support (7 hours) based on your 5 assignments and the assessments, 5 of the live webinars and the 8 online weekends.
  • An included 16 hours make up weekend at the end of the second year. 

The Second lResidential Training

It starts on Friday 8th of July 2022 and finishes on 26th of July 2022.  It takes place for 18 days including 2 free days, Thursday 14th and Wednesday 20th of July 2022.

We review and we go deeper in structural imbalances, in mental/emotional conditions, in women’s health issues, in working with groups, as well as in professional development and ethical standards of the yoga therapists.

Every morning we have a group yoga therapy practice relative to the theme of the day but in a more meditative way than in the first year.

Every evening a student has the opportunity to give and watch yoga therapy live and further refine her/his practice.

1st – 4th day (4 days) 7th Module, Methodology of Yoga Therapy II

We refine through role playing students skills of assessments, restorative yoga and modifications of tools by recognizing people’s needs in different bodies and personalities.

5th – 6th day (2 days) 8th Module, Yoga for Structural Conditions II

We share the physiology, the biomechanics, the biomedical knowledge and the yoga therapy tools for more complicated conditions regarding the body such as spine fusions, scoliosis, hips and knee displacement. 

7th dayFree day for swimming and relaxing in the clear blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea.

8th – 9th day (2 days) 9th Module, Yoga Therapy for Special Groups

We go deeper in the physiology, in the biomedical knowledge and in the use and modification of yoga therapy tools for pain and chronic pain, for pregnant ladies and for children. 

10th – 13th day (3 days) 10th Module, Yoga Therapy for Nervous System and Mental Health II

We explore more advanced mental health conditions, their symptoms and common interventions of yoga therapy.  In this module we will learn what to do for ADHD in adults and kids, for Eating Disorders and for Addictions, exploring the powerful yoga therapy tools and the possible contra indications.

14th day – Free day for swimming and relaxing in the clear blue waters of Aegean sea.

15th – 16th day (2 days) 11th Module, Review of Yoga Philosophy and Yoga and the Mind

We explore the yoga roots, the teachings of yoga, to realize how these are expressed in yoga therapy. In this module we review the ways the ultimate goal of yoga which is the union, the disjunction of purusha and prakriti and the stillness of the distracted (ksipta), confused (mudha), agitated (viksipta) mind is achieved through the practice and the faith in the possibility of change.

17th- 18th day (2 days) 12th Module, in the Ethical principles and Professional Development Module

We review and clarify the ways a group yoga therapy is designed, implemented, evaluated and documented. We also go through the ethical principles that we have shared in the 1st year and we further explore the health care codes of conducting yoga therapy, the ways to promote yoga therapy in the community and the ways to continue to evolve as yoga therapists.

19th day- Goodbye day

The Second year Webinars and Online Weekends

Immediately after the second residential we start the 10 live webinars of 5 hours each (50 hours in total for the second year, too).

The last 5 webinars, 16th to 20th, are the webinars where the students present in a power point one of their second year case studies as their final project.

All webinars take place once a month on Sundays 12.00 – 17.00 Greek time

All online weekends take place also once a month for 12 hours 12.00 – 18.00 each day Greek time.

  • Webinar 11 – Finding & Using Research Articles and Prepare Power points – Sunday 4th September 2022
  • Webinar 12 – Deepening in Ayurveda – Sunday 2nd October 2022
  • Online Weekend 1 – Yoga Philosophy I – Saturday 8th & Sunday 9th October 2022
  • Webinar 13 – Working Therapeutically with Groups- Sunday 6th November 2022
  • Online Weekend 2 – Yoga Philosophy II – Saturday 12th & Sunday 13th November 2022
  • Webinar 14 – Addictions and ADHD Case Studies – Sunday 4th December 2022
  • Online Weekend 3 – Yoga and the Mind I – Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th December 2022
  • Webinar 15 – Neurological Conditions Case Studies – Sunday 8th January 2023
  • Online Weekend 4 – Yoga and the Mind II – Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th January 2023
  • Online Weekend 5 – Human Development – Saturday 11th & Sunday 12th February 2023
  • Online Weekend 6 – Body and Mind Integration – Saturday 11th & Sunday 12th March 2023
  • Online Weekend 7 – Ethical Principles – Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd April 2023
  • Webinar presentation 16. Saturday 6th May 2023
  • Webinar presentation 17. Sunday 7th May 2023
  • Webinar presentation 18. Saturday 20th May 2023
  • Webinar presentation 19. Sunday 21st May 2023
  • Webinar presentation 20. Sunday 28th May 2023
  • Online 16 hours ‘Make Up Weekend’. Saturday 3rd June and Sunday 4th June 2023
  • Online Weekend 8 – Business Issues – Saturday 2nd & Sunday 3rd September 2023

The Second Year Practicum – Mentoring & Tutorial Support

The practicum of the second year consists of 98 hours out of which 18 hours are for the 3 mentored case studies and 80 hours for the less mentored and more independent practicum.

There is also 32 hours of preparation and mostly documentation of your practicum for the mentorship. There is a total of 15 hours mentorship.

In addition, for the second year there are 23 hours of tutorial support. 7 hours being for personal tuition (based on your assignments, the webinars, the weekends and the module assessments) and 16 hours for the online ‘Make Up Weekend’ where a variety of topics are covered as deemed necessary

Please note that all mentoring hours are given within the 2 years of studies.

To conclude:

In total, the 2 years  800 hour Yoga Therapy Training Program consists of:

  • 2 separate 18-days residential trainings in Greece over two consecutive summers (152 hours each =  304 hours)
  • 20 live webinars where we present and analyse 2 case studies per webinar, detailing each time clients with different conditions (5 hours each =  100 hours)
  • 8 live online weekends where we share the roots and the philosophical background of yoga therapy, the yoga principles for the mind, knowledge about the body and mind integration, ethical principles and ways for professional development (12 hours each =  96 hours)
  • 36 Hours of personal practicum mentorship
  • 30 hours online tutorial support, 14 personal hours for student’s personal and professional development and 16 hours for one makeup weekend.
  • 186 clinical hours’ practicum and 64 hours for the preparation and documentation of this that enables the mentorship. Out of these 186 hours 36 hours practicum are in the form of 6 case studies and 150 more independent practicum that prepare the yoga therapy students for becoming excellent yoga therapists. 

THE LEADING INSTRUCTOR & YOGA THERAPIST

Evi Dimitriadou is a Certified Yoga Therapist by the International Association of Yoga Therapists (C-IAYT), an experienced Advanced Yoga Teacher (E-RYT500) with Yoga Alliance, a YACEP (Yoga Alliance Continuous Education Provider), founder and Director of Studies of Yoga Therapy Greece, an IAYT member school and (RYS-300).

Evi is also a Physiotherapist, Manchester University graduate, a worldwide traveler and writer of published books such as ‘Around the World in 80 Countries’ and Humanitarian Mission Accomplished’ after coordinating humanitarian missions in Iraq and Afghanistan. She has been visiting for periods of 4 weeks over 10 consecutive years a Brazilian healing center where she has practiced meditation.

She has given more than 2000 personal Yoga Therapy Sessions to people with various needs and over 2000 hours of Yoga Therapy Trainings as well as Yoga Therapy workshops to Yoga Instructors and Practitioners. 

A student of Gary Kraftsow for 2 years and graduate of the Clinical Applications of Yoga Therapy of the American Viniyoga Institute, she has completed 2 years of Yoga Therapy Studies at Yoga Campus in London and 1 year at the Aura Wellness in the USA.  

She has a passion to share Yoga Therapy and enable Yoga Instructors to help people in need as she does with her on-going support and to see people blossom and become the best version of themselves. 

LOCATION

Noosfera Center is a truly great location for our training and is an amazing, serene and very loveable place.

It is in the northern Peloponnese, near Xylokastro. Built in an altitude of 700 meters offers a milder climate and it enjoys superb views of the mountains and the sea. The sea is only 11km (by taxi around 25 euros) from the retreat. 

Distance from Athens International Airport Eleftherios Venizelos to Noosfera Estate: 148 Km (circa 2 hours).
Distance from Kiato railway station to Noosfera Estate: 57 Km (circa 50 min). We recommend you take the train from the airport until Kiato which is the last stop and from there a taxi to the retreat that costs less than 50 euros.

It consists of two complexes of buildings. In the first you will find the cosy living room with its amazing view from the bay windows, the lovely dining room, the pergola (overlooking the surrounding mountains and on the horizon the sea) where the summer dining room lies and the kitchen where delicious home-made meals are prepared. Most of the fruits and vegetables come from Noosfera’s own garden.
The lower level has the libraries, and the atmospheric wellbeing section where rejuvenation services for body and face are offered. In the Guesthouse and Seminar Hall of the second building complex are located ten elegant rooms all with private bathroom and equipped with mini-fridges.  The very beautifully appointed guest rooms are designed without phones or TVs in order to maximize time for quiet, peaceful reflection and renewal. They have been named after trees, herbs and flowers and are each decorated accordingly down to the last detail – soft pillows on the couch, orthopaedic mattresses, duvets and sheets of excellent quality.

The Yoga / Seminar Hall is light, airy, spacious, comfortable and cool.

The owners Maria and Julia built this property for their own retreats and this shows everywhere with their unique personal touch from the hand painted keys and chairs to the careful consideration of Feng-shui throughout. Their belief is that the person who seeks peace, joy and truth about himself will also be inspired by the surrounding land, the beauty of the mountains and the sea on the horizon, but also by the tastefulness of the area itself.

For more info you can visit the website of the retreat https://www.noosfera.gr/en/.

For more information, prices and a booking form please contact us at brian@yogatherapygreece.com

WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED

  • Lunches
  • Private massage treatments
  • Beach towel
  • Travel Insurance
  • Transfers from and to the airport (although share rides among participants are facilitated).
1. What if you do not get accredited by IAYT?

We strongly believe that we are at the last stage of the evaluation of our application for the accreditation of our 800 hours Yoga Therapy Training. We felt we needed to provide details of our training ahead of the final accreditation to enable students to see what is on offer and to give them the opportunity to secure one of the limited places for the training.
In case we don’t get accredited and you decide that you don’t want to enrol in the training you can cancel your participation under the refund policy and only lose the 250 euros administration fees.

2. Is the Yoga Therapy Certification accredited by Yoga Alliance

For legal reasons Yoga Alliance does not accredit any Yoga Therapy studies. They only accredit teacher training.

2. Do I need to be a Yoga Teacher to attend the course?

You will need to have completed the 200 hours of a Yoga Teacher Training programme. If you are unsure please get in touch.

4. When will I graduate and receive my certificates?

Following completion of the First year residential, (in summer 2021) it takes about 12 months to complete the webinars, assignments, case studies and rest of practicum. So, you will graduate in July 2022 for the 350 hours yoga therapy training. For the Accredited Yoga Therapy Training 800 hours you will graduate in September 2023.

5. What if I am unable to attend some of the webinars or online weekends?

Up to 30 hours can be missed from the Synchronous Distance Learning without an extra charge, although students must view the recording and complete the assessment for each topic missed. If the student misses between 30 and 46 hours of Synchronous Learning they must attend at least part of the second Synchronous Top up Weekend for which there is a charge. The cost of these make up sessions is 250 Euros per half day (4 hours sessions) shared between the numbers of students that must attend. Alternatively, students may attend the following year the webinar or missed online weekend for free.

6. Can you clarify the Accreditation of the Yoga Therapy Training

The certification of the 350 hours Yoga Therapy Training is not accredited by any association or board. The 350 hours Yoga Therapy Greece Training forms part of the Yoga Therapy Training 800 hours (subject to accreditation by IAYT).

7. Why can't the 350 hours training be accredited by IAYT?

IAYT have extremely high standards and accredits only a minimum 800 hours training.

8. What if I decide not to complete the assignments, case studies and webinars?

In this case we can issue a Certificate of Attendance only. However, we highly recommend that you complete all of the course as the assignments, case studies and practicum are a large part of the learning process, especially considering the mentoring that that you will receive. You also will lose the possibility of using this 350 hour training as a foundation of the 800 hour training.

9. What if I decide not to complete the 88-hour practicum?

Then you will be issued 262 hours of certification of attendance.

10. How does the supervision take place?

The supervision takes place through emails and online meetings. As soon as you send your clients completed Yoga Therapy questionnaire or practices you will get an email with guidelines and then we meet online where we will explain the rationale and establish practices together. After the evaluation of your case study summary/write up, you will also get written detailed feedback.

11. How many are the assignments?

In total you will have 10 assignments well spread in the 2 years training. For every assignment you get detailed feedback as tutorial support for your personal and professional development.

12. How can I work as a Yoga Therapist? Your Title Goes Here

Upon completion of the 350-hour Yoga Therapy Training you can have your own private Yoga Therapy Clinic and give 1-2-1 sessions or work with therapeutic groups. Our graduates also work in Yoga Studios or in a complimentary capacity in health care centres, physiotherapy centres, and community centres in collaboration with homoeopathists, physiotherapists, psychotherapists, nutritionists etc. But you would have to check your countries specific requirements for certain health care jobs.

3. What if I have to leave for some reason in the middle of the summer training?

You are then welcome to join us the following year to complete your training. But unfortunately we cannot refund the accommodation costs or the tuition.

4. As lunch is not included what are my options

For lunch the centre will offer a reasonable priced option of a light snack, sandwiches etc or a cooked lunch depending on what you want. Alternatively before you arrive you can buy fruits, bread, nuts etc (there is a fridge in your room) and on your 2 days off you can get some things on your way back from the beach.

15. What other costs am I likely to incur? Your Title Goes Here

In addition to the ‘what is not included’ list above a student must buy their own study materials and have access to a computer or tablet with a good internet connection. They need to be able to convert documents to PDF.
They might need to print the manual sent to you in advance of the residential training in order for you to read it and be better prepared for the training.
They will require about €60-80 for two books for their assignments.

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