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Fees

PART 1  

The cost of Part 1 is the total price paid for taking all 16 diploma-linked courses (8 online and 8 attended).

However, the final amount you pay will depend on how you work through the course and whether you take advantage of the discounts we offer.

For instance, you may decide to take advantage of the discounts we offer when you buy 5 or more attended days at once, or buy 7 online courses together, and if you’ve already done one or more diploma-linked courses, you obviously won’t need to pay for them again.

The maximum amount you will pay is £3,192

PART 2

Attendance at the two-week intensive training course costs £3,450 – this includes all tuition, a comprehensive course manual, the examination, lunch and refreshments each day. Please note: To reserve your place on these two weeks (which are very popular and book up quickly), you will need to pay a registration fee of £300 when you apply – this non-refundable fee is then deducted from the total cost owing for Part 2.

>> Find out about funding (Career Development Loans available)

PART 3

Option 1

The cost of the film submission Practitioner's Assessment is £480.00.

Students are also expected to undergo (at their own cost) a minimum of 3 hours supervision with an HGI-accredited HG Supervisor when working towards this assessment and must be a Graduate Member of the HGI. If you need to retake this assessment, the fee is £240.

Once you have successfully passed Part 3 and have been accepted as a Registered Member of the HGI, you are accredited to practice as a human givens therapist.

Option 2

Attendance at the new ‘Week 3’ practitioners course is £1,575, which includes all tutoring, refreshments and lunch each day.

Students are also expected to undergo (at their own cost) a minimum of 3 hours supervision with an HGI-accredited HG Supervisor when working towards this assessment and must be a Graduate Member of the HGI. Once you have successfully passed Part 3 and have been accepted as a Registered Member of the HGI, you are accredited to practice as a human givens therapist.

 

VAT is included at 20% in all prices shown. VAT is always charged at the rate prevailing at the time of booking.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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