GA -Talmi-Methode® Basic Training
All Talmi-Methode® practitioners have undergone an intensive, three-year training program with at least 250 hours of instruction under the guidance of Prof. Martin Gruber. The basic training is completed with a certificate for the Talmi-Methode®practitioner and qualifies to apply the Talmi-Methode®.
ADV I / ADV II – Advanced training in the Talmi-Methode®
After completing the basic training, there is the possibility of further training in theTalmi-Methode®. These training courses are called Advanced I and Advanced II and take place under the direction of Prof. Martin Gruber. Upon completion of these further training courses, the participants receive a certificate of successful completion.
HOSP – Trainee
Training as a Talmi-Methode® instructor begins with an internship. The minimum requirement for an internship is three years of basic training in the Talmi-Methode®.
ASS 1-5, Assistant Stage 1-5
After successful internship, the assistants go through a total of five stages in several training blocks.
AUSB – Certified instructor in the Talmi-Methode®
Anyone who has passed through all stages of the assistance can be certified by Prof. Martin Gruber as a Talmi-Methode® instructor.