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Training Schedule
The Somatic Experiencing Professional Training consists of:

  • Three training levels – Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced.
  • Each training level comprises two modules, held approximately 6 months apart.
  • A module is of six days duration.
  • The training includes six modules giving a total of 36 attendance days.

Training Dates
The Australia wide SE Professional Training schedule is presented in alphabetical order by location name.

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Due to the current health crisis some of our trainings are being rescheduled.
The amended dates will be published shortly.

SE Professional Training - Auckland 2019 - 2021
Beginning I/II COMPLETED 2019
Beginning II/III COMPLETED 2019
Intermediate I/II COMPLETED 2020
Intermediate II/III COMPLETED 2021
Advanced I April 19th - 24th 2022
Advanced II August 23rd - 28th 2022

SE Professional Training - Brisbane 2017 - 2020
Beginning I/II COMPLETED 2017
Beginning II/III COMPLETED 2018
Intermediate I/II COMPLETED 2018
Intermediate II/III COMPLETED 2019
Advanced I COMPLETED 2019
Advanced II April 20th - April 25th 2021

SE Professional Training - Brisbane 2023 - 2026
Beginning I/II To Be Confirmed 2023
Beginning II/III To Be Confirmed 2024
Intermediate I/II To Be Confirmed 2024
Intermediate II/III To Be Confirmed 2025
Advanced I To Be Confirmed 2025
Advanced II To Be Confirmed 2026

SE Professional Training - Melbourne 2018 - 2021
Beginning I/II COMPLETED 2018
Beginning II/III COMPLETED 2019
Intermediate I/II COMPLETED 2019
Intermediate II/III COMPLETED 2020
Advanced I COMPLETED 2021
Advanced II 29 - 31 Oct & 2 - 4 Nov 2021

SE Professional Training - Melbourne 2022 - 2024
Beginning I/II May 5th - May 10th 2022
Beginning II/III October 14th - October 19th 2022
Intermediate I/II April 24th - April 29th 2023
Intermediate II/III TBA 2023
Advanced I October 6th - October 11th 2023
Advanced II TBA 2024

SE Professional Training - Perth 2023 - 2026
Beginning I/II To Be Advised 2023
Beginning II/III To Be Advised 2024
Intermediate I/II To Be Advised 2024
Intermediate II/III To Be Advised 2025
Advanced I To Be Advised 2025
Advanced II To Be Advised 2026

SE Professional Training - Sydney 2019 - 2022
Beginning I/II COMPLETED 2019
Beginning II/III COMPLETED 2020
Intermediate I/II COMPLETED 2021
Intermediate II/III Nov 19th - 24th 2021
Advanced I April 9th - 14th 2022
Advanced II August 5th - 10th 2022

SE Professional Training - Sydney 2022 - 2025
Beginning I/II Oct/Nov TBC 2022
Beginning II/III Mar/Apr TBC 2023
Intermediate I/II TBA 2023
Intermediate II/III TBA 2024
Advanced I TBA 2024
Advanced II TBA 2025

If you have an interest in attending a future training anywhere in Australia or New Zealand then you are welcome to complete the obligation free expression of interest form using the button below. It will help us determine in which location future trainings will be held.

Class Times
Where possible the six days of each module run from a Thursday to Tuesday to reduce the impact on the working week.

Class times may vary depending on the instructor and the training facility. The times will be confirmed but typically classes run from 9:30am to 6.00 pm with sufficient time for a lunch break and a morning and afternoon tea break.

Module Format
Please note that the international modular format differs from the format used in in the USA where the Beginning and Intermediate levels both consist of three modules of four days duration followed by two modules of six days duration in the Advanced level. This explains the module naming convention of Beginning I/II and Beginning II/III where I/II covers the USA equivalent of four days of Beginning I and the first two days of Beginning II and II/III covers the last two days of Beginning II and the four days of Beginning III.

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