Graduate Diploma of Enneagram Studies

GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF ENNEAGRAM STUDIES

Competencies

To successfully complete the program, an intern must demonstrate the ability to:

  • Facilitate panels
  • Clinically assess personality type
  • Teach the psychological, historical, and philosophical traditions of the Enneagram
  • Professionally debrief Enneagram panels

Methodology and Study Commitment

Training for these competencies is undertaken by way of weekly participation in the Brisbane Enneagram Project, where interns co-facilitate at least seven panels under the supervision of a certified Enneagram teacher and facilitate at least two panels. In addition, interns must work with their supervisor to:

  • Lead an introductory workshop on the Enneagram (‘NineTrak®’)
  • Present at least two 20 minute talks at the Brisbane Enneagram Project
  • Organise panelists for at least four panels
  • Successfully debrief at least four panels
  • Attend four half-day workshops: Orientation to the Program, Clinical Assessment of Type, Theology of the Enneagram, and Legal & Ethical Behaviour
  • Present at least ten recorded clinical assessments of personality type with naíve subjects, and correctly assess personality type of such subjects
  • Participate in 6 study groups regarding the correct assessment of personality type
  • Complete weekly coursework schedule on history, psychology, theology, and organisational behaviour
  • Complete and pass a two-hour written examination concerning the Enneagram and the Australian Oral Tradition.

ADVANCED DIPLOMA OF ENNEAGRAM STUDIES (THEOLOGY AND SPIRITUALITY OF THE ENNEAGRAM)

Background

The earliest recorded reflections of the passions and virtues described by the Enneagram occur as part of the tradition of the Christian mystics living in the deserts of Egypt during the first 5 centuries CE. As such, an understanding of early monasticism and its literature is central to developing a deep understanding of the historical, philosophical and theological foundations of the Enneagram.

Competencies

To successfully complete the program, an intern must demonstrate the ability to:

  • Teach the historical and theological traditions of the Enneagram
  • Organise and assist to conduct an introductory level meditation retreat

Methodology and Study Commitment

Training for these competencies is undertaken by way of participation in the AIES’ Meditation Program. Interns must:

  • Attend and complete six meditation weekends
  • Attend and complete a nine-day meditation retreat
  • Present at least two 20 minute talks at the Brisbane Enneagram Project
  • Complete weekly coursework schedule covering history, psychology and theology of the Enneagram

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