When people start to learn Emotional Logic, mostly they focus on those features that set their own lives free to move on. This sort of personal development can be set in motion at any time in a variety of learning settings. When people realise that their new understanding has also made those close to them curious, at home or school or work, about what has made the difference, they often want to to learn more. To learn how to share the benefits confidently, we provide a series of courses.
How do I get started?
Choose an introductory learning method that suits you:
[a] Buy the low-cost online course ‘Getting going with Emotional Logic’, recommended to buy a hard-copy Activity Pack also to go with the course. Seven videos guide your use of the cards and worksheets in the Activity Pack. Learn at home, privately or with other family members, or anywhere with Internet access.
[b] Arrange a Personal Learning Appointment with a tutor face-to-face or by Skype, for yourself of with friends or family with whom you commonly talk about life issues. This helps to gain conversational skills.
[c] Attend a day workshop with a set learning programme.
[d] Join a weekly ‘learning club’, either locally arranged, or at a distance by Skype.
Register for the ‘International Award in Emotional Logic’ (IA) to join a distance learning course with course books, online resources, and regular online personal tutor guidance. Gain a thorough overview of the method and background thinking in 3-4 months at about four hours per week for reading, coursework and discussions. You will understand how to use the Activity Pack effectively for your own adjustments, and to talk helpfully anywhere, anytime with others who are going through difficulties at home, in neighbourhoods or workplaces. Optional attendance at practical workshops can improve your ability to interpret emotional card patterns and the loss reaction worksheets that give powerful insight into the best ‘learning plans’. The course has a very practical emphasis. You will be encouraged to start using Emotional Logic in your conversations immediately. Assessment includes the coursework and observed practical sessions. Monthly price plans and concessionary prices are available.
Emotional Logic Coaching
The Emotional Logic Facilitator Award (ELFA) is a vocational, distance learning course with casework supervision that includes the International Award. Further modules enable practical coaching using a semi-structured approach to conversations with individuals, couples and small groups whose lives are feeling stuck, perhaps with distress, tension or confusion. Using specialised sector-specific (for example, business-setting or schools-based) learning resources, the ELFA qualification will equip you to guide others carefully to learn Emotional Logic in their unique situations, whether in homes, schools, businesses or neighbourhoods. You will learn about the ‘systemic background’ to Emotional Logic’s creative conversations, gain a growing sensitivity to appropriate learning resources selection, and also learn to support workshops and presentations of Emotional Logic to larger groups. Assessment includes a reflective learning log, completion of a case study, and practical exercises.
Emotional Logic Tutoring
The International Certificate in Emotional Logic (Cert) is a distance learning, advanced casework supervision course. With increasing practical experience you progress from being an Emotional Logic Coach to a Tutor confident to teach Emotional Logic very flexibly with people who have complex life situations. You will grow in awareness of the full range of Emotional Logic resources available to you to choose from, and hone the ability to selectively match learning resources appropriately to different people’s learning styles. Tutors are invited to become members of the teaching Faculty of the Emotional Logic Training College, eligible to tutor International Award students, and run courses and events. Tutors may optionally become Business Associates of the Emotional Logic Centre, running their own events in diverse settings where they have personal interest or experience. Assessment includes a reflective learning log, two written case studies, and a role play of a Personal Learning Appointment.
Optional workshops and learning support clubs run alongside the qualifications path to develop skills using 'problem-based learning' to apply Emotional Logic to relevant life issues.
Emotional Logic Centre, South Highlands,
Blachford Road, Ivybridge
Devon, PL21 0AD
Tel: 01752 892455
UK Registered Charity No. 1107527
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The Emotional Logic Centre is a UK registered charity (1107527)
We are a CPD Certification Service Member and are committed to providing personalised learning opportunities that comply with the principles of Continuing Professional Development