With UFV's Graduate Certificate in Mindfulness-based Teaching and Learning, you learn how to bring mindfulness programs based on research and best practices to sectors such as health, education, workplace training, and the criminal justice system.
For those learners who already teach mindfulness to clients or peers, UFV's Mindfulness-based Teaching and Learning Certificate offers a means to develop or deepen professional networks and to assume leadership roles in your profession.
Accessible online courses allow you to schedule your certificate around work schedule and includes opportunities for face-to-face learning sessions and video conferencing. Field experience enables you to implement a mindfulness-based program under the supervision of a qualified mindfulness mentor.
|MBTL 700||Introduction to Mindfulness: Research, Theory and Practice|
|MBTL 708||Mindfulness-based Teaching, Learning and Leadership|
|MBTL 710||Mindfulness Practice|
|MBTL 720||Mindful Inquiry|
|MBTL 721||Applied Mindfulness in Teaching and Learning|
Successful completion of the program provides a pathway into graduate programs and for learners already in a graduate degree program a possible specialization.
8-week MBSR April 10- May 29 evenings. $320.00 Register here.
Note: Applications have been extended to June 1st, 2018.
Note: Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) options are available for people with relevant experience. Contact the program advisor.
Note: Applicants who do not have the requirements outlined in point 6 and plan to do these requirements concurrently with the MBTL will be accepted in the program. Once the MBSR or MBCT or course equivalent (listed below) and 5-day silent retreat is complete, students will submit evidence or details to the department.
Students who require the eight-week MBSR or MBCT prerequisite may consider ONE of the following undergraduate courses ADED 421, ADED 422, ADED 423 or CYC 275 as course equivalents: ADED undergraduate courses.
This program is open to domestic and international students.
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