Application – Forest Therapy Guide Training
- compact introductory workshop (40 hrs over five days)
- supervised theoretical and practical training (248 hrs over five months)
- theoretical and practical examination (8 hrs over several days)
The five-day workshop will be conducted at the scenically located Forsthaus Friedrichsruh, nestled some 40 kms away from the hustle and bustle of Hamburg in North Germany. The training location is right at the Sachsenwald, an ideal forest for FTG training. The Sachsenwald offers the finest of Forest Therapy trails in North Germany, perfectly suited for an intense, effective and successful Forest Therapy workshop.
The INFTA Forest Therapy Guide Training (Professional Training Course Code: HLTFTG56121) will resume with an introductory workshop 7-11 June 2021. It is open to national and international applicants on a first-come, first-serve basis. There are 12 exclusive training places available. The language of instructions are English and German.
The minimum requirements for participants are a Bachelor degree (or equivalent) and at least three years of relevant professional work experience. This is required due to the nature and responsibilities of Forest Therapy Guides who have to be capable of leading diverse groups of people outdoors at different biospheres and locations. Also, a current First Aid certificate is compulsory for each FTG trainee (which may be acquired prior to the final exam).
The total costs for the six-months INFTA Forest Therapy Guide Training amount to only EUR 5,000, payable in two installments. A down-payment of EUR 2,500 is to be made immediately after the application is accepted by INFTA, while the remaining EUR 2,500 are due prior to 15 May 2021. Before submitting your application, please read our disclaimer and privacy policies. In case of cancelling your reserved training spot, INFTA will have to charge a cancellation fee of EUR 500.-.
The costs include all lessons of instructions (compact introductory workshop, online training, mentoring sessions/teleconferencing), comprehensive INFTA Forest Therapy Guide training material, access to INFTA’s online database (which contains over 200 research articles, brochures and books), the theoretical and final exam and, upon successful completion of the course, the INFTA Forest Therapy Guide Training Certificate. The costs also cover full-board and single-room accommodation during the workshop at the Forsthaus Friedrichsruh as well as FREE accreditation with INFTA for a period of six months immediately after becoming an INFTA-Certified Forest Therapy Guide!
The INFTA Forest Therapy Guide Training utilizes the latest international research and focuses on the evidence-based aspects of this Public health practice. The INFTA Forest Therapy Guide Training is delivered by experienced and Certified Forest Therapy Guides, dedicated mentors and lecturers (all having tertiary degrees and specialized in their subject area). The INFTA Forest Therapy Introduction is quality-controlled and monitored by Dr Dieter Kotte, Secretary of the INFTA, who – among other qualifications – holds a PhD in International Comparative Education from the University of Hamburg, Germany. Susan V. Joachim, President of INFTA and Director of In My Nature, INFTA’s Accredited Training Provider in Australia, will be in charge of all practical training modules.
To become an INFTA-Certified and INFTA-Accredited Forest Therapy Guide, just complete and submit the Application Form. Again, please note there are only 12 training spots available. These are reserved in the order of applications received.
INFTA is looking forward to welcoming you to its Forest Therapy Guide Training in Germany.
- six months course duration (Professional Training Course Code: HLTFTG56121; June 2021 to December 2021)
- compact five-day introductory workshop at the Forsthaus Friedrichsruh (7-11 June 2021)
- 296 lessons of instruction (compact introductory workshop, online training, practical exercises and tasks, feedback and mentoring sessions, teleconferencing)
- comprehensive INFTA Forest Therapy Guide Training material
- access to INFTA’s online database containing over 200 research articles, brochures and books about Forest Therapy, biology, physiology, biochemistry, medicine, Public health and related topics
- theoretical and final exam
- INFTA Forest Therapy Guide Training Certificate (upon successful completion of the course)
- full-board, single-room accommodation during the comprehensive introductory workshop at the Forsthaus Friedrichsruh
- FREE accreditation with INFTA for a period of six months (after successful completion of the Forest Therapy Guide Training)
- down-payment of EUR 2,500 after acceptance of registration by INFTA
- final payment of EUR 2,500 to be made prior to 15 May 2021
Hier können Sie das Infoblatt für die Ausbildung zum INFTA-zertifizierten und -akkreditierten klinischen Waldtherapeuten in deutscher Sprache herunterladen.