The Reiki Council Core Curriculum states that all practitioners require a minimum of 10 in-person training hours and 20 distance learning hours in the area of Practice Management. Our course will provide this for you.
1 Day Workshop
a. to provide an understanding of what environment, facilities and equipment are required for an appropriate treatment area;
b. to provide a full understanding of the ethical, legal and professional guidelines within which the Reiki practitioner must operate, and how to apply these in support of the client, including both national and European legislation;
c. to provide an understanding of why it is important to keep up-to-date with all aspects of legislation and standards within the work role as a Reiki practitioner;
d. to provide an understanding of relevant health and safety legislation, how it applies to the work role, and responsibilities of both the practitioner and other individuals;
e. to be aware of their professional code of practice and conduct including their own professional responsibilities and accountability in their role;
f. to have an understanding of the resources and information which may be available to the Reiki practitioner and/or to clients and any restrictions on their use including an awareness of alternative options available to clients;
g. to become aware of local healthcare providers and other practitioners and know how to develop links effectively with them;
h. know circumstances when they should not, or may choose not to, accept a client;
i. to know about ways of marketing a practice, where appropriate;
j. to have a basic awareness of business finances.
By the end of the course students will:
a. be able to describe the facilities, environment and equipment required to create an appropriate treatment area in which to greet clients and give Reiki;
b. be able to describe how to apply all aspects of ethical, legal and professional guidelines and legislation to their work role, including confidentiality, equality, diversity, discrimination and data protection;
c. be able to explain how to keep themselves up-to-date in all aspects of legislation and standards, and why;
d. be able to describe how to work in a safe and secure manner in accordance with health and safety legislation, and encourage others to do the same;
e. be able to demonstrate an awareness of their professional code of practice and conduct including their own professional responsibilities and accountability in their role;
f. be able to describe resources and information available to the Reiki practitioner and/or their clients, including information on complementary health care, and know how to use or recommend these appropriately;
g. be able to show how to develop an awareness of local healthcare providers and other practitioners, and demonstrate how to develop links effectively with them;
h. be able to state the circumstances when practitioners should not, or may choose not to, accept a client.
The next intake dates will be confirmed in due course and are expected to be early 2018.
This course is currently under development by Debi from Rocks n Rituals - please contact her directly via her website to discuss your needs.