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The Hypnosis Practitioner Training Institute Program
At HPTI we think that every Practitioner of Hypnosis should strive to expand their knowledge and skill base continuously. We also feel that each new practitioner should learn many different approaches and have a foundation of learning similar to that required of all helping professionals.
We provide courses for continuing education for Hypnosis Practitioners which are accepted by most of the major Hypnosis Certifying Organizations. In addition, if you complete and pass the required courses from our catalog, many organizations accept our certification of competence to meet the standards for acceptance as a certified member.
Our courses are structured to provide 1 Unit of credit every week with each course being completed during the weeks they are offered (some exceptions may be arranged when justified).
We are using the Standard Collegete Quarter System for calculating course unit credit.
Each Unit = 10 hours class time consisting of:
- Aproximately 10 hours/week video or live presentation,
- 1 hour per week on-line class discussion
- Reading assignments and written assignments
- Quizzes, projects, and Final Exams.
The Hypnosis Practitioner Training Institute prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, sex, age, marital status, national origin, mental or physical disability, political belief or affiliation, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, and any other class of individuals protected from discrimination under state or federal law in any aspect of the access to, admission, or treatment of students in its programs and activities, or in employment and application for employment. Futhermore, Institute policy includes prohibitions of harassment of students and employees, i.e., racial harassment, sexual harassment, and retaliation for filing complaints of discrimination.
Affirmative Action in employment is required for women; racial and ethnic minorities; disabled veterans, recently separated veterans, other protected veterans, Armed Forces service medal veterans, and Vietnam-era veterans; and individuals with disabilities in order to address under-representation in the workforce.