The minimum requirement for an internship is fulfilled when the three-year Talmi-Methode® Basic Training Program has been successfully completed. During an internship, one acquires initial progressive educational and methodical-didactic skills. The internship consists of a minimum of 11 days of training. In addition to space and time management, the interns will perform their first applications of the Method with the group under the inspection and supervision of the head instructor, Professor Martin Gruber, and the expert staff.
The prerequisites for participating as an assistant during a Talmi-Methode® training program are the successful completion of the basic training program, a minimum of 11 days participation in an internship during a Talmi-Methode® training program, and having attended at least one advanced training program (Advanced I or Advanced II). The assistants undergo a total of 5 levels, which they do after the internship for a minimum of an additional 90 days working as an assistant in different Talmi-Methode® training programs. Whoever successfully completes all of the levels of an assistantship can be certified by Professor Martin Gruber as a Talmi-Methode® instructor. To simplify matters, the work of the assistants will be calculated initially according to the number of days. The division of the levels according to days is, however, only an initial quantitative classification. Through observation of the practice of the treatment and inspection of the proficiency level by Professor Martin Gruber, the qualitative classification can differ individually.