Mindfulness in Education (MiE) is an AMT specialised MBSR training course that seamlessly ties in with the books written by Eline Snel (Sitting Still like a Frog and Breathe through this) and the AMT Trainer for Children course using the Methode Eline Snel ® . The Mindfulness in Education training is also an excellent way to teach mindfulness to teachers.
The MiE training course is designed for certified and experienced trainers of children and/or certified and experienced MBSR trainers of adults who, after completing this parenting course, will in turn be able to provide training to parents and persons involved in the care, upbringing and education of children.
After completing the course, you will be certified to give mindfulness trainings under Method Eline Snel to parents and teachers. The Train the Trainer program is designed for professionals providing mindfulness training to children and teenagers under Method Eline Snel or with other methods. Adult mindfulness instructors are also invited to participate.
Conditions for participation
A personal intake interview will take place after registration. The registration will only become definitive following the interview and mutual agreement.
The AMT Mindfulness in Education course comprises
The following is included in the training program
Certification is subject to 100% attendance.
After the training course, you will receive the MiE trainer certificate in the Eline Snel method and be registered on the world map of the www.elinesnel.com website.
Contents of the training course
The eight-week Mindfulness in Education training course has been tested in practice for many years by Eline Snel, and has resulted in a wonderful workbook for parents (see illustration), and an extensive manual for prospective MiE trainers. The training course is very practically-oriented, in which you will be working on yourself as an instrument.
The subjects (see page 1 of the workbook for parents) correspond closely to the Eline Snel training method for children and her books for parents.
The seven days of intensive training will include in-depth discussions of the following subjects: