The training to become a practitioner starts by watching a recorded Lightning Process seminar run by Phil. This will take in the middle of June and you will be sent the recordings shortly after this, included in these will be Phil’s reflections on the session. Following this there will be two live online session with Phil where he trains students how to run the seminars as a practitioner.
Students continue their training by observing two further practitioners running the three day LP training (to be arranged at their convenience).
Students then take a workshop focusing on enhancing their delivery skills in August 2021.
Students are invited and encouraged to attend the annual LP Practitioner CPD Conference (2 days – dates to be confirmed).
Written and practical exams are undertaken to complete the course; the first opportunity to take the exams is September/October 2021, future opportunities are also available.
Please note that the 2020 costs are listed below as a guide as the 2021 costs have not yet been confirmed:
Training fees: £1750 +VAT – this includes the LP practitioner training course, recordings and and materials, two observations, delivery skills workshop, practical and written exams and attendance at the CPD Conference.
Annual Licence: UK licence: £575 +VAT, International licence: £1000 (+VAT where applicable) per country. We offer a 25% reduction off the licence cost listed above, for students in their first year.
Additional exam fees: these are only charged if you are required to retake an exam as the initial exam cost is included in the training fees (Written Exam = £40 +VAT, Practical Exams = £135 +VAT)
15% of all LP client fees (+VAT where applicable) are payable to the LP register.
Annual CPD fees for all Registered Practitioners are £200 +VAT – these are included in the training fees for students.
Taking this course, passing the exams associated with it and holding a valid licence qualifies you for membership of the Register.
In order to continue to be a member of the Register, practitioners are required to hold a valid licence, comply by LP Code of Conduct and other policies and undertake Continuing Professional Development (CPD), including regular supervision and attending the annual CPD Conference at least every other year.