1. Introduction to the Map of Meaning
Many people around the world have been influenced by the Map of Meaning, and have integrated the Map into their work. Over the past twenty-two years we have gathered a body of practical knowledge that provides Certified Practitioners with a powerful suite of approaches and methods to use the Map in their work. Becoming a Certified Practitioner gives you access to the existing and developing body of expertise on the Map of Meaning and our rich learning community.
Begin your journey with our foundation training, the Introduction to the Map of Meaning. It is delivered in two formats: an extended course over 4 x 2-hour sessions and a Fast Track option delivered over 2 half days, often on one weekend. This course gives you the foundation for becoming a professional user of the Map of Meaning.
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2. Practitioner Training
Once you have completed the Introduction, join a six months long deep dive into learning to use the Map in multiple contexts: using the Map for yourself, with others, in groups, teams and organisations as well as considering how we can use the Map in different contexts such as coaching, consulting, or for social change.
To become a Certified Practitioner you need to complete both our trainings, the Introduction to the Map of Meaning as well as the Practitioner Training. Our Practitioner Training is offered online gathering a diverse cohort of practitioners with varying backgrounds and from around the world. This course supports you in fulfilling the requirements for certification. It also requires you to create a portfolio of experiments, approaches and applications of using the Map in a context relevant to our work. You will present this portfolio at your examination interview with the Board Members of Map of Meaning International.