Join the Hypnotherapy Council of Australia as an Association Member
Education Member Criteria
Educational Schools who teach Clinical Hypnotherapy have a significant role to play within the Hypnotherapy Industry.
HCA is accountable for ensuring there are appropriate minimum standards of education for clinical hypnotherapists in Australia.
To be a full education member of HCA, schools need to be able to provide evidence they have:
- School Prospectus which describes the school or institution and services it offers,
- Management and Administration systems used to comply with privacy, confidentiality, student progress, and data storage,marketing methods and approaches,
- Course Curriculum, which details what is learnt in the course,
- Educational Models and Techniques used for delivery of Clinical Hypnotherapy theory, practical application & practice, supervision
- Course Intended Outcomes
- Course Data– number held per year, participants per course, pass rate per course number of hours in total, hours for theory, hours under practical supervision, % course on hypnosis, % course on other which other topics,
- Trainer Information – who is the Head of School, are there other trainers, what are their hypnosis and therapy qualifications, what are their teaching and training qualifications, what CPE they undertake, which professional Associations are they members of,
- Quality measures for course – how is this measured, what are the results, include measures of validity, authenticity, currency, and sufficiency regarding course,
- Industry relevance measures for course – what industry needs are being addressed, are graduates immediately able to belong to professional associations, any post qualification support,
Evidence to meet these criteria need to be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org