I am interested in your training courses, but have a few questions.During the training, you state it is self-paced, so I could schedule it with what works for my schedule, but what about the televised sessions? Also, given that it is self-paced, can one start any time?I have been considering it as a career expansion for a while, but am lacking some information. When you do a consultation, say on a 2000 square foot home, how much time total would it take between prep, being at the property, and then making the assessments and recommedations? I know that the time at the location is just a portion. And, what is an average fee for such for a new consultant?I appreciate your time in answering these questions.
It is exciting to think about being able to serve clients through Vastu.When you purchase a course, you will be able to log-in to our secure site. There, you will be able to download the PDF and watch the video. We are pre-taping the sessions for the courses, so you can access them at your convenience. When you are done with Lesson 1, there will be a quiz to take. Once you pass, you move onto Lesson 2 and so forth until you reach the end of that level. It’s easy!
If you are looking to become a practitioner or just have a desire to have more in-depth training, Level III will be offered in Seattle this Fall. You must have gone through Level I and Level II to take Level III. That’s how you pace yourself…there are a total of 18 lessons to take before Level III. There’s definitely enough time to do it, if you begin in March.
Each year, this certification on-site course will be offered twice – once in the Fall and once in the Spring.
For a new consultant, prep would be approximately 15-30 minutes max. Allow 1 1/2 – 2 hours onsite for a 2000 sq. ft. home with property. To complete the written assessment it would take around 1 hour, for a total of 3 – 3 1/2 hours. Products purchased from us, which are included in the price of the consultation, are approximately $40-50 wholesale (this is 30% off of our retail pricing online). As a new consultant, you could charge $350, which figures to around $100/hour, after expenses, to begin.