This comprehensive and accredited course will enable a practitioner of reiki to register with the CNHC and will provide students the competencies required to work professionally as a Reiki practitioner and the qualification is currently the highest professional standard for reiki internationally. This course will provide everything a student needs to be confident in providing a service in a professional setting including setting up a professional reiki practice and joining a regulatory body as a Professional Reiki Practitioner with a Diploma.
The Professional Practitioner Diploma follows the Core Curriculum for reiki in detail which has been devised by the Reiki Council and strictly follows the guidelines for training by National Occuptaional Standards in the UK.
course takes place over a minimum of 9 months and is made up of various modules
to be completed at the student and teachers discretion. After completing both
the Reiki 1 and Reiki 2 courses, the remaining modules can be completed in any
order followed by a final assessment in which there is both a practical and
written exam. This final assessment will be overseen by both Amanda White Usui
Reiki Teacher and an independent assessor who is also qualified to a
This is now a requirement for practicing professionally or voluntarily under the regulatory bodies if you wish to self regulate under the new NOS and Core Curriculum.
A total of a minimum of 240 hours guided and directed learning is required which will be made up in different ways below. There is no time limit to complete all of the modules and each are priced separately.
In person training with Amanda White - Total 65 hours
Reiki 1 (16 contact hours)
Reiki 2 (16 contact hours)
Professional Reiki Practitioner Workshop inc. Cyber Awareness Element (8 hours)
Further Reiki Techniques (8 hours)
Mindfulness Workshop (4 hours)
4 x Reiki Shares (10 contact hours)
Supervised Professional Treatments as part of assessment (3 hours)
Final Exam (2 hours)
Directed Learning 175 hours
75 Recorded Treatments of others, 10 of which are written case studies of 4 sessions each
100 Recorded Self Treatments
Study of all module manuals
Practice of techniques from workshops
Support is provided via email, telephone and in person.
Upon completing all the modules and the final assessment, students will then be issued with an internationally recognised Professional Practitioner Diploma Certificate which will enable students to join the GRCCT or the CNHC as a regulated Professional Practitioner.