Précis of Core Curriculum
Your Reiki courses will need to demonstrate that they meet the requirements of the Core Curriculum. The process will require a mapping document (provided by the verifier) indicating where each requirement has been met.
Brief overview of core curriculum demands on students:
- To understand why attunements/initiations need to be given in person by a teacher. To be able to give a definition of Reiki and to be able give a history according to the system of Reiki they have studied.
- To have a copy of a recognisable lineage to Mikao Usui
- To understand the importance of this lineage
- To be able to demonstrate a sequence of hand positions appropriate to style they have learnt (hand positions may vary with style)
- To receive Reiki II if they do not already have it.
- To have experience of both giving and receiving Reiki, to include self-healing
- To have the knowledge and understanding to run a professional practice
- To have compiled a portfolio of evidence of working with Reiki
- To understand, appreciate and accept the differences between the styles of Usui Reiki
Précis of Reiki Core Curriculum Professional Practitioner requirements
- To have the knowledge, training and understanding to meet the National Occupational Standards for Reiki; CNH1, CNH2 and CNH12*
- To have given a minimum of 75 full treatments, in person, five of which have been observed by another Reiki person (this does not include Reiki on animals)
- To have been practising Reiki i.e. attuned/initiated to Reiki for a minimum of 9 months
- To have received a minimum of 45 hours in-person training from their Reiki Master(s) or other experienced Reiki Practitioners (this can include. Reiki I & II training; Reiki workshops; Reiki Shares etc.)
- To have an overall minimum of 140 hours of additional Reiki training/study from the start of their first Reiki attunement/initiation, (e.g. case studies, home study/distance learning, reflection on practice etc.)
- To have received 100 hours of Reiki either from self-treatment or from other practitioners
- To have developed appropriate levels of skills in the fields of Communication, professional relationships, work role and practice, understanding of confidentiality, Consent, record keeping, health and well-being and basic anatomy and physiology
- To have developed appropriate levels of skills and knowledge in the fields of: professional standards and code of practice, relevant legislation, employment and organisational policies and practices, business finance, insurance