Established in 2013, The School for F.M. Alexander Studies is a Registered Training Organisation. The School runs a course accredited by the Australian Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique (AUSTAT). This course is internationally recognised by other affiliated societies. The School gained government accreditation for the Advanced Diploma of Alexander Technique Teaching in 2003, and also offers introductory and intensive courses in Alexander Technique and programs looking at the application of the Technique to yoga, swimming, tai chi, horse riding, pain management, voice, singing and music.
Provider CRICOS: 02438J
Entry requirements for School for FM Alexander Studies
Applicants should have undertaken at least 30 Alexander lessons. Applicants for whom English is a second language will need to provide evidence of an IELTS score of 6 in Academic English. Applicants who do not have a tertiary degree will be required to demonstrate a good level of literacy.
Transfering your previous study credits
The provider recognises: qualifications or statements of attainment issued by any other RTO; statements of attainment from a training course affiliated with AUSTAT or one of its international affiliated societies; evidence that the trainee gained the competencies in a practical manner and has demonstrated mastery of these competencies in a practical manner (e.g. running a business). Students may also request assessment by two senior teachers appointed by AUSTAT if they have completed a non-recognised training course.