Teacher Training Course est: 1993
We are a STAT approved course and successful graduates may use the initials MSTAT after their name. Our teaching team is experienced and enthusiastic. Come and spend a morning with us and find out how we train our teachers.
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Would you like to earn your living doing something that makes you feel better yourself?
To be a successful Alexander teacher you need good posture and body use. This is what we teach you. We also teach you ways you can explore your own potential both physically and mentally. Carolyn is supported by a first class team of dedicated teachers
The training course has been running for over 20 years and Carolyn combines the richness of her experience with fresh and innovative ways of teaching. It was very exciting to be taught by a teacher who was intensely involved with the Technique and was constantly discovering new aspects of it herself. Padmini Menon (Alexander teacher- Bangalore, India)
I am a student just about to leave and start my own teaching practice. I changed schools half way through my training and knew at once I’d made the right decision. Carolyn’s school stays true to the teaching of Alexander. The culture of questioning and enquiry allowed me to explore the principals without fear of judgement. The course has a clear and structured framework that is built on month after month, year after year. I strongly recommend this school to anyone who wishes to be an AT Teacher. I have learnt so much and it has influenced so many areas of my life. Susan Taber (Alexander Teacher- Rye)
The Brighton Alexander Technique College is a Carrington style-training course, evolving our practice from the renowned skills of Walter & Dilys Carrington.
Carolyn Nicholls, Head of Training, was privileged to have been trained by Walter and Dilys Carrington at the Constructive Teaching Centre in London, qualifying in 1982.
Walter ran Alexander’s own training course and took over at Alexander’s death in 1955. He ran a remarkable course, together with Dilys and other teachers up to his own death in 2005. Dilys was a very creative teacher who influenced the development of what is known as ‘hand-on’ skills, the subtle, elastic quality of the the whole body that defines a good Alexander teachers hands. Knowledge of good use of the self, the whole body and the mind is a skill that enables a teacher to offer a new student a great lessons and set them on the path of self discovery.
Where we are
Brighton Alexander Technique College runs at ACT
ACT (Academy of Creative Training) 170a Church Road, Hove BN3 2DJ.
COURSES We offer the full 3 year training programme, postgraduate training (CPD), short taster courses lasting from one week-to a year
Spring term 2014
Monday Jan 13th-Thursday Feb 13th (5 weeks)
Monday March 3rd-Thursday April 3rd (5 weeks)
Summer term 2014
Monday April 21st-Thursday May 22nd (5 weeks)
3 week break
Monday June 16th-Thursday July 17th (5 weeks)
Autumn Term 2014
Monday Sept 15th-Thursday Oct 16th (5 weeks)
Monday Nov 3rd-Thursday Dec 4th (5 weeks)
Spring Term 2015 TBA
Tel: 01273 278523
Training can start at any block so applications will always be considered.
Short courses run alongside the training programme during term times (see dates above)
** TASTER TRAINING DAY**
Wednesday 30th April 2014
If you are considering training, email us for a date to visit.