Programa de Aprendizaje a Distancia del Centro Bach

Esta información se aplica a los PAD Nivel 1 comprados directamente en el Centro Bach en Inglaterra y enseñados en inglés, alemán o italiano.

Los cursos impartidos por agentes, incluidos todos los PAD Nivel 1 en español, estarán normalmente en línea con esto, pero también pueden tener sus propios arreglos locales.

¿Cómo funciona el curso?

When we receive your application form we send you lesson 1 by email or post, depending on which you select, and any books you ordered by post. We also tell you the name of the Bach Foundation Registered Practitioner who will be your mentor.

You send the completed lesson direct to your mentor. She will mark your work and send it back with a letter answering any questions you have asked about the course material. She will also send you lesson two.

When you send lesson two to your mentor you receive lesson three, and so on until you have finished the course.

There are five lessons in the DLP. When you have completed the last lesson the mentor will notify us and we will arrange for a Bach Centre-approved Level 1 certificate to be issued to you.

¿Puedo completar el curso en línea?

We don’t currently offer the course on a web site, but you can send and receive lessons by email. Just tell us you want this when you book the course. We will still send any books you order by post, of course.

¿Qué hay en el curso?

The course meets the course approval criteria that apply to all Bach Centre-approved Level 1 courses. Topics covered include:

  • an overview of all the remedies, including the traditional ‘rescue’ combinations
  • how to select remedies
  • how to take remedies
  • an introduction to helping friends, family and animals

The course involves a series of set tasks. You use the set books plus your own life experiences to find answers and write them down. Your mentor highlights areas where you may have missed something, and responds to any questions you have on the course material so as to clear up areas that you are not sure of.

¿Cuánto tiempo lleva completar el curso?

We ask mentors to mark and return work within four weeks of receipt. In practice they usually turn work around much faster than that.

If you work quickly it is possible to finish the whole course in three months. We don’t advise that you try to hurry through the Level 1 Distance Learning Programme any quicker than this.

¿Cuál es la diferencia entre hacer el PAD y asistir a uno de los cursos presenciales?

The class-based tutor-led Level 1 courses, which typically run over two days, present all the remedies. Ideally you will then spend three or four months using the remedies so as to really learn them before you attend a Level 2 course.

The DLP, on the other hand, includes all the personal experience that you need. You would be well prepared to attend a Level 2 course the minute you finish the DLP.

Which you prefer is largely a question of personal preference. If you like working alone and in your own time, choose the DLP. If you prefer working in groups and discussing things with others, choose a classroom-based course.

Ya tengo algunos libros sobre las flores. ¿Todavía necesito obtener los dos libros establecidos?

The DLP study programme has been created around the set books, which present the original method as laid down by Dr Bach. So the answer is, yes, you do need to have the two set books even if you already own or have read other books.

Some popular books on the remedies contain errors and others are based on personal reinterpretations of Dr Bach’s work. You may find your progress unsatisfactory if you try to rely on other texts.

¿Hay una nota de aprobación o un examen?

No. The Distance Learning Programme is an opportunity to learn and grow, and everyone who completes the course receives a certificate of completion. We only assess work in a formal way on the Level 3 practitioner course.

¿Los cursos de Nivel 2 y Nivel 3 están disponibles como aprendizaje a distancia?

No, and we have no plans to make them available as distance learning courses. Both are experiential courses that require a period of attendance with a group of other students.

The one element that is done via distance learning is the assessed course work after the class-based part of the Level 3 course.