Module 3-3: Tools – Phenomenology and Processes

Cost: $380.00 *

Course Code: BS49
Dates Residential Workshop: Fri dd/09 – Sun dd/09/2020
Fri 6pm–9pm, Sat 9am–7pm, Sun 9am–4pm
Venue: Canberra / Belconnen

* Includes non refundable enrolment fee of $77.00 inc. GST.


Life Processes – Learning Processes – Developmental Processes

This module focusses on Processes and Phenomenology as a theme. Whenever we meet with a client, run a workshop, facilitate an exercise, prepare for a professional or family event, we explore phenomena and create processes in time. Trainers and educators discovered that, for example some exercise processes work somehow “naturally” and the respective exercises are used for a long time. Other exercises don’t really jell and will be dropped even if they were very thought trough and designed to serve a specific purpose. A Dutch organisation with roots in Spiritual Science / Anthroposophy – the NPI, Nederlands Pedagogic Institute – started to research what constitutes a “good process” or a “good exercise” and discovered that good processes or exercises are related to an Archetype or a Being. In the 1970ties Coenraad van Houten, a senior consultant at the NPI, discovered that Education and Transformation Processes work best, if they are based on a seven step process. He researched and made the link between Seven Life Processes in the Etheric-Life Body of the human being and the Seven Learning Process-es. Seven Step Learning Processes are in coherence with the Archetype of the Seven Life Processes and that constitutes their success. Of cause there are also other Archetypes behind “Three Step” or “Three Level” processes, or four or nine or twelve.
The module provides tools proven to be useful for teachers, trainers and consultants if they endeavour to design processes. Knowledge about processes also helps to read and understand biographical and developmental patterns.

Workshop fee: $380 inc. $77 non-refundable enrolment fee inc. GST.

Please note:

Module 3-3 (BS49) consists of one distance learning component, one weekend residential workshop plus one training component for trainees doing the training programme.
You can participate on the workshop without training component by enrolling for BS49.
Workshop times: Fri 6pm–9pm / Sat 9am–7pm / Sun 9am–4pm
If you wish to do the Training, you can add all training components of Part 1 by enrolling for BT43.
Training times for this module: Fri 10am-5pm

Information and Contact

Karl-Heinz Finke
Phone: (03) 9005 6905


Enrolments close 1 week prior to the course date.


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