Teach White’s Technique

The skills involved in teaching White’s Technique have been passed down directly from E.G. White himself through generations of Registered Teachers to those who are teaching the Technique today. For this living link to survive and thrive, they in turn need to pass on their skills to the next generation.

The Society is therefore always looking for people interested in becoming a Registered Teacher. Here are the important things you need to know before applying:

  • You will have a preliminary interview with a Registered Teacher to assess your suitability.
  • You will of course need to be committed to continued learning and use of White’s Technique yourself.
  • You don’t have to have a formal teaching or music qualification, but you do need to be someone we think has the necessary people skills, enthusiasm and other qualities to successfully set up and run a private teaching practice, and who will successfully pass on the benefits of White’s Technique to their students.

What does it involve?

Qualifying as a Registered Teacher involves: a period of supervision with an existing Registered Teacher, four written assignments on the theory of White’s Technique and its applications, and assessed lessons with pupils.

If you feel you’ve got what it takes to be a teacher of White’s Technique get in touch – we’ll be delighted to tell you more.  Continue reading

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