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2-Day RQi Practitioner Training
Thu, 13 Jul 2017, 09:30 – Fri, 14 Jul 2017, 16:45 BST
We're running our RQi Practitioner Training on the 13th & 14th Jul 2017 (9:30 - 16:45) at the University of Westminster. Those who successfully complete the programme will gain a licence to use the RQi* with their clients.
Who's it for?
Professional coaches, Occupational Psychologists and other Learning and Development (L&D) professionals who want to use the RQi with their clients.
The RQi is our new psychometric tool which measures beliefs, behaviours and environmental factors that are proven to protect people against stress and burnout. It uses well-established psychometric measurements combined with new scales developed by Dr Matthew Critchlow (Thrive/University of Westminster) and Dr Julian Edwards (Open University). The RQi has undergone extensive psychometric testing to show that it is a rigorous and reliable measure of personal resilience.
At the end of this programnme you will be able to:
- Describe what resilience is and the benefits it brings
- Explain key theories of stress and resilience including the Seven Elements of Resilience Model
- Explain how the Resilience Quotient Inventory™ (RQi™) was designed and tested
- Use the RQi with clients in one-to-one and group feedback sessions
The course consists of:
- 2 hours of advance distance learning
- 2 days of group workshops
- Post-course assessment (up to 1.5 hours, online)
Those who successfully complete the course will become licensed RQi Practitioners who are to purchase and use the RQi with their clients (please see our T&Cs document for more detail). You can download a more detailed description of the programme here.
The full RQi Practitioner Programme costs £950 +VAT per person. To book your place, a deposit of £300 (which includes VAT) is required. Once you booking has been made, you will receive an invoice for the balance of £700 + VAT which is to be paid by 30th June 2017.
If you have any questions about this course, please call Matthew Critchlow on +44 (0)20 8673 5587 or +44 (0)7970 528899, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.