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1 School of Movement Medicine Apprenticeship Programme 2014/15 More details at: http:/ /w w w.scho olof mov em ent m edi c ine . c om/ app r ent ic e shi p - p r ogr am me .ph p The apprenticeship runs for 20 months and will consist of: Module 1 August 18-27, 2014 (9 nights) Module 2 December 5-14, 2014 (9 nights) Module 3 June 12-23, 2015 (11 nights) n.b Apprentices only June 12-15, Community Gathering begins evening 15/6 to evening 18/6 and Long Dance runs 19-23/6 Module 4 October 23-November 1, 2015 (9 nights) Plus 13 individual telephone coaching/mentoring sessions with Susannah, Ya’Acov and Staff Commitment to the whole programme above is essential. (*) The Apprenticeship Community Gathering is open to all Movement Medicine Apprentices, Practitioners (people who have completed the apprenticeship who wish to continue to study) and Movement Medicine Teachers. We feel that it will be an important part of the apprenticeship to meet with this circle. What do I need to do to prepare myself for this programme? Our curriculum is set up to support students to Live the Dream they came here to live. For full details, please go to the curriculum page on our website. The suggested programme below will give you an idea of how to prepare for the Apprenticeship beginning in 2014: Any weekend workshops you want to take. (*) At least one Wild Life or E-Motion weekend. ( ) Any Intensives you want to take. (*) Movement Medicine Vision Quest Rill, Devon. June 8th to 15th 2012 (*) Re-Creation – an Introduction to Movement Medicine with Ya’Acov. Rill, Devon. May 1-5, 2013 (*) The Journey of Empowerment 3 modules in the Essentials of Movement Medicine practice. March, June & October 2013 Rill, Devon. ( ) Initiation – A Journey through the 9 Life Cycles with Ya’Acov and Susannah. Devon. August 31st to September 9, 2012 ( ) or 27th September to October 6th 2013. ( ) The Phoenix Retreat with Susannah and Ya’Acov in the UK. March 4th to 11th 2013 ( ) 2 ( ) Absolute Prerequisite (*) Strongly Recommended Feel free to apply if you are still missing a few courses but plan to complete them before the programme starts Tuition Cost: Tuition and intra-module Coaching. Total: £5250 Plus £95 Application Fee. Total £5345 Payment Structure: £95-00 Application Fee to be paid with application. This is a non-returnable fee in all circumstances. Once accepted on the programme, if you pay in full, there is a £600-00 discount. You will need to pay £4650 by the end of April 2014 If you wish to pay in two installments, there is a £300 discount. One installment of £2475 to be paid by end of April 2014 and one installment of £2475 to be paid by end of April 2015 You can also pay in monthly installments. In this case, you will need to pay £600 once you are accepted on the programme followed by 15 monthly payments of £310 Food and Accommodation: Approximately £2950 in total. Application Procedure: Applications need to be in by the end February 2014 and we will let you know by March 31st 2014. Professional Training to teach Movement Medicine: If your apprenticeship leads you to wish to teach Movement Medicine, there will be a further two modules of teaching training which will be open by application to students who have completed their apprenticeship. These will take place in 2016. Whilst on the programme, you will also be entitled to: 50% discount on the full price of weekend workshops & 30% discount on the full tuition fee for Intensives. In the 2nd year there will also be opportunities to assist on weekends. 3 Apprenticeship Programme 2014/2015 Application Form Name: Date of Birth: Address: Phone: E-Mail: Prerequis ites: Please list the relevant workshops that you have already done: Which workshops do you plan to do to complete the prerequisites before the start of the programme: How long have y ou been studying Movement Medicine or other related work and with whom: What are your reasons for wanting to take part in the apprenticeship programme: 4 What impact has your movement practice and related practice had on your day-to-day life: If th is apprenticeship worked in the best way pos sible for you, wh at would be the res ults: Please tell us about yo ur professional work and skills: Please tell us how you wish to us e the AP to deepen your relationship with and con tribution to the bigge r picture: How is your life now (challenges /resources/joys etc): What themes are you wanting to work with: Personally: Relationally: Profession ally: 5 Creatively: Spiritually: What qualities do others admire in you: What kind of support and challenge do you want from us and the Staff during th is appr enticeship: Do you want to train to teach Movement Medicine: We expect the course to be demanding and challenging. 1. Would you k indly tell us what internal resources, such as personal strengths, you have to s upport you throu gh the apprenticeship ? 2. Would you k indly tell us what ex ternal resources, such as family, fr iends , and professional support, you h ave to support you through the appr enticeship ? 3. Please disclose any illnesses or impa irments that might be relevant to your studies, and indicate the adjustments that would assist you . We endeavor to ensure our studies are open to all. 6 Is there anythin g else you would like us to know about you at this time in your life: Have you read and do you accept the booking con ditions pertainin g to this programme: Signature: Date: 7 BOOKING CONDITIONS This agreement is between yourself and Roland Wilkinson (The promoter of this workshop). Please note our booking conditions as these constitute the contract between us. 1. Payment Terms Payment. Payments should be made in accordance with the attached payment schedule. Should any amounts not be paid by the due date, we reserve the right to treat the booking as being cancelled and charge a cancellation fee as set out in paragraph 6. 2. The Contract The contract to provide the workshop shall be created upon our acceptance of your booking when an invoice will be issued to you. 3. What is included/excluded? Included. Tuition by Susannah & Ya’Acov Darling Khan on all the advertised days of the workshop and accommodation and food. Excluded. Any room upgrade costs, any fees for special diets, and any travel costs. 4. Alterations Where the arrangements and/or facilities such as the venue or the teacher are cancelled by a third party, we will use all reasonable endeavors to provide a suitable alternative, but we are not obliged and cannot guarantee to do so. 5. Changes to Arrangement/Cancellation Every reasonable effort will be made by us to adhere to the advertised arrangements and confirm workshop arrangements, but we reserve the right to alter/omit those arrangements should it be found necessary to do so and we shall have no liability whatsoever to you for any such changes, save the refund of any monies not expended. 8 6. Cancellation If any client wishes to cancel arrangements for whatever reason, the following cancellation charges shall apply: If you offered a place but choose not to accept it you will lose your whole deposit. If you are offered a place and do not make your next payment of £515 by either March 14th 2011 or November 14th 2011 depending on if you have submitted your application form for the Jan 1st or Aug 31st deadline you will lose your deposit. If you cancel 90 days or more prior to the workshop there is a cancellation charge of £500. Within 90 days of the workshop you will be liable for the total cost of the cost of the course unless we are able to fill your place in which case there is a cancellation charge of £500. You are liable for the total cost of the course once it has begun. 7. Liability We do not accept any liability for any matter beyond our control and we will not in any circumstances be responsible for any consequential or indirect loss that you or any third party may incur such as travel or accommodation costs if a course is cancelled. 8. Assignment We reserve the right to assign the arrangements between upon giving you notice in writing. 9. Accident/Injury You need to ensure that you are of a sufficient standard of fitness and ability to partake in the workshop. Please speak to us if you are unsure about this. We will not be responsible for any accident or injury (save where it can be shown it results from our negligence) and you should take out your own insurance to cover this. We cannot accept any responsibility for loss or theft of property or valuables whilst you attend the workshop. 10. Governing Law The contract between us will be governed by the laws of England.
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