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Accredition programmes

January 8, 2007

Just a reminder that accreditation programmes are coming up in Brisbane (29-30 Jan), Singapore (1-3 Feb) and Calgary (6-8 Feb). Participation in the programme allows you to join the community of practitioners and to have privileged access to the software.

I am teaching on all of them, but combining in each case with local practitioners who teach around half the course. We are getting requests for more US programmes so are looking for possible location partners there if anyone is interested – Scandinavia is another target to get started this year.

We are also planning some public events in Australia (Brisbane & Canberra plus possibly other locations) to show off the new software and those will be linked with update sessions for existing practitioners. Details on those shortly. Accreditation course details are available here.

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