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STOTT PILATES

Intensive Program


Overview

The STOTT PILATES® Intensive Program (Level 1) is intended for those already working in the fields of fitness or movement, or who have completed the Functional Anatomy course and meet the Pilates class requirements. The focus is on expanding student’s current knowledge while delivering complete instruction in STOTT PILATES principles and Essential and Intermediate exercises in a fast-paced format.

This option is ideal for those who are unable to devote the amount of time required in our Comprehensive program due to work and/or scheduling issues.

Intensive Program choices

Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to teach the STOTT PILATES method of exercise. Upon passing the exam, they will be recognized as a STOTT PILATES Certified Instructor. Only upon the receipt of their certificate will they be entitled to identify themselves as a STOTT PILATES Certified Instructor.

Our programs provide a balanced and thorough blend of theory, observation and practical experience to help you master the repertoire.

General course objectives
  • The What, How and Why of the STOTT PILATES Principles and how to apply them to all exercises
  • A complete breakdown, including goals, muscular emphasis, movement sequencing of Essential and Intermediate exercises
  • Modifications to address specific alignment issues and individual needs
  • Static Postural Analysis and assessment to aid in program creation
  • Exercise layering related to effective program design
  • Workout composition for personal and group training
  • Effective communication, observational skills, verbal cues and imagery for performance enhancement and client motivation

Intensive Mat-Plus (IMP)

IMP is intended for those already working in the fields of fitness or movement. The course presents how to teach the Essential and Intermediate STOTT PILATES Matwork repertoire safely and effectively to a range of clients in both private and group settings. It will introduce the STOTT PILATES Movement System, which provides a framework to creating intelligent and mindful exercise and serves as the foundation for tailored exercise programming. The approach is based on the STOTT PILATES Principles which incorporate recognized movement patterns and qualities and integrate the fascial system. The course presents each exercise and modification in depth so appropriate programming, effective cueing and clear corrections can be made for each client.

Details
This course will cover
  • The What, How and Why of the STOTT PILATES Principles and how to apply them to all exercises
  • STOTT PILATES Supine & Standing Warm Ups
  • A complete breakdown, including goals, muscular emphasis, movement sequencing - of 63 Essential and Intermediate Matwork exercises
  • Modifications to address specific alignment issues and individual needs
  • Power workout
  • Static Postural Analysis and assessment to aid in program creation
  • Incorporating light equipment including as Flex-Band®, Fitness Circle® resistance ring and Arc Barrel/Stability Barrel to support and intensify exercises
  • Exercise layering related to effective program design
  • Workout composition for personal and group training
  • Effective communication, observational skills, verbal cues and imagery for performance enhancement and client motivation
Requirements of certification
  • 40 hours of instruction and supervised teaching
  • Minimum of 10 hours of observation
  • Minimum of 30 hours of physical review
  • Minimum of 15 hours of practice teaching
  • Total: 95 hours

Observation, practice teaching and physical review
A minimum number of hours of observation, practice teaching and physical review are required for all courses and should be completed between instructed sessions at any STOTT PILATES facility. Additional training may be required before certification. Practice teaching and physical review hours must be logged outside of class time. The practice logs must be submitted on your exam date (either written or practical exam). If the student fails to submit all the logs within 7 days from the last portion of the exam, the entire exam will be void.

Observation
Observation hours can be logged during relevant course homework or after a STOTT PILATES course and can be accrued by watching a STOTT PILATES Certified Instructor/Instructor Trainer teach clients (in-person or online), as well as observing the relevant course videos on DVD or through Merrithew Connect. We recommend 50-80% of your hours be completed by watching a Certified Instructor/Instructor Trainer. Please ensure you receive permission from the Merrithew Training Center and/or presenting Instructor well in advance.

Physical review
Physical Review hours means physically performing the exercises learned in class. Physical review of the material is very important to ensure full understanding within your own body first, before attempting to teach someone else. It is also very important to ensure your body is prepared for the increased challenge at each level of repertoire as you move through your STOTT PILATES Instructor Training. Taking a class with a STOTT PILATES Certified Instructor/Instructor Trainer or working out with relevant course videos on DVD or through Merrithew Connect can qualify as physical review hours, and can be completed individually or with other students.

Students can participate in an online Pilates session or join an online group Pilates class that teaches STOTT PILATES repertoire with a STOTT PILATES Certified Instructor/Instructor Trainer. Students can also attend a Merrithew Online Workshop (offered by Merrithew Training Centers worldwide or the Corporate Training Center).

Practice teaching
Practice Teaching hours can be fulfilled by teaching STOTT PILATES course repertoire to family, fellow students, friends or clients, cueing and correcting them through a workout. Practice Teaching can be done in-person or by using a video conferencing program, such as Skype or Zoom.

Note, there are no hours required for Injuries & Special Populations or Advanced Level courses.

Continuing education credits
STOTT PILATES 4.0
canfitpro 4.0
ACE 4.0

IMP1 – Module 1 and IMP2 – Module 2

To help accommodate your schedule, we also offer Intensive Mat-Plus in two modules – IMP1 and IMP2. Key learnings are the same as the full course. Completion of both modules is required to be eligible for certification. IMP1 is a pre-requisite of IMP2. Both modules must be taken within 6 months of each other.

IMP1 – Module 1

Provides the solid foundation and skills needed to develop effective personal training programs. Learn to design and teach the Essential portion of the Level 1 repertoire with 38 unique exercises plus multiple modifications and progressions.

  • 25 hours of instruction and supervised teaching
  • Minimum 6 hours observation
  • Minimum 20 hours physical review
  • Minimum 10 hours practice teaching
  • Total: 61 hour

CECs: 2.5 STOTT PILATES

IMP2 – Module 2

IMP2 expands on the foundation and skills developed in the first segment as you learn to design programs incorporating the Intermediate repertoire. Learn 25 unique exercises plus multiple modifications and progressions.

  • 15 hours of instruction and supervised teaching
  • Minimum 4 hours observation
  • Minimum 10 hours physical review
  • Minimum 5 hours practice teaching
  • Total: 34 hours

CECs: 1.5 STOTT PILATES

Required materials
Education materials

Intensive Mat-Plus Course Packages are available, they include the following:

*Note, the Matwork & Reformer Support Materials Book is required for IMP, IR and CMR courses, but only needs to be purchased once.

Additional languages
A number of required resources are available in languages other than English. See options for additional languages.

Optional resources
These resources are not available at merrithew.com, however you may want to purchase these as additional resources for your practice.

  • Trail Guide to the Body, Andrew Biel
  • Anatomy Flash Cards, Anne Gilroy
  • Atlas of Anatomy, Gilroy, MacPherson, Ross
  • Anatomy of Movement, Blandine Germain
  • Trail Guide to the Body 6th Edition Flash Cards by Andrew Biel
  • AnatomyMapp® by Books of Discovery
Equipment required (to be provided by facility)
  • 1 per student: Mat; Flex-Band® exerciser; Fitness Circle® resistance ring
  • 1 per 2 students: Foam Cushions A & C (in some cases, Foam Cushion C may be replaced with a Padded Platform Extender); Eco-Friendly Pilates Pad; Mini Stability Ball; Maple Pole (highly recommended);
  • 1 per 3 students: Arc Barrel
  • Optional: 1 Spine Supporter

Intensive Reformer (IR)

IR is intended for those already working in the fields of fitness or movement. The course presents how to teach the Essential and Intermediate STOTT PILATES Reformer repertoire safely and effectively to a range of clients in both private and group settings. It will introduce the STOTT PILATES Movement System, which provides a framework to creating intelligent and mindful exercise and serves as the foundation for tailored exercise programming. The approach is based on the STOTT PILATES Principles which incorporate recognized movement patterns and qualities and integrates the fascial system. The course presents each exercise and modification in depth, so appropriate programming, effective cueing and clear corrections can be made for each client.

Details
This course will cover
  • The What, How and Why of the STOTT PILATES Principles and how to apply them to all exercises
  • Anatomy, safety & care of the Reformer
  • How to safely set up the Reformer for each exercise
  • How to adjust resistance effectively in a variety of exercises
  • STOTT PILATES Warm Up on the Reformer
  • A complete breakdown, including goals, muscular emphasis and movement sequencing of 139 Essential and Intermediate Reformer exercises
  • Modifications to address specific alignment issues and individual needs
  • Power workout
  • Static Postural Analysis and assessment to aid in program creation
  • Exercise layering related to effective program design
  • Workout composition for personal and group training
  • Effective communication, observational skills, verbal cues and imagery for performance enhancement and client motivation
Requirements of certification
  • 50 hours of instruction and supervised teaching
  • Minimum of 10 hours of observation
  • Minimum of 40 hours of physical review
  • Minimum of 25 hours of practice teaching
  • Total: 125 hours

Observation, practice teaching and physical review
A minimum number of hours of observation, practice teaching and physical review are required for all courses and should be completed between instructed sessions at any STOTT PILATES facility. Additional training may be required before certification. Practice teaching and physical review hours must be logged outside of class time. The practice logs must be submitted on your exam date (either written or practical exam). If the student fails to submit all the logs within 7 days from the last portion of the exam, the entire exam will be void.

Observation
Observation hours can be logged during relevant course homework or after a STOTT PILATES course and can be accrued by watching a STOTT PILATES Certified Instructor/Instructor Trainer teach clients (in-person or online), as well as observing the relevant course videos on DVD or through Merrithew Connect. We recommend 50-80% of your hours be completed by watching a Certified Instructor/Instructor Trainer. Please ensure you receive permission from the Merrithew Training Center and/or presenting Instructor well in advance.

Physical review
Physical Review hours means physically performing the exercises learned in class. Physical review of the material is very important to ensure full understanding within your own body first, before attempting to teach someone else. It is also very important to ensure your body is prepared for the increased challenge at each level of repertoire as you move through your STOTT PILATES Instructor Training. Taking a class with a STOTT PILATES Certified Instructor/Instructor Trainer or working out with relevant course videos on DVD or through Merrithew Connect can qualify as physical review hours, and can be completed individually or with other students.

Students can participate in an online Pilates session or join an online group Pilates class that teaches STOTT PILATES repertoire with a STOTT PILATES Certified Instructor/Instructor Trainer. Students can also attend a Merrithew Online Workshop (offered by Merrithew Training Centers worldwide or the Corporate Training Center).

Practice teaching
Practice Teaching hours can be fulfilled by teaching STOTT PILATES course repertoire to family, fellow students, friends or clients, cueing and correcting them through a workout. Practice Teaching can be done in-person or by using a video conferencing program, such as Skype or Zoom.

Note, there are no hours required for Injuries & Special Populations or Advanced Level courses.

Continuing education credits
STOTT PILATES 5.0
canfitpro 4.0
ACE 5.0

IR1 – Module 1 and IR2 – Module 2
To help accommodate your schedule, we also offer Intensive Reformer in two modules – IR1 and IR2. Key learnings are the same as the full course. Completion of both modules is required to be eligible for certification. IR1 is a pre-requisite of IR2. Both modules must be taken within 6 months of each other.

IR1 – Module 1

Provides the solid foundation and skills needed to develop effective personal training programs. Learn to design and teach the Essential portion of the Level 1 repertoire with 74 unique exercises plus multiple modifications and progressions.

  • 30 hours of instruction and supervised teaching
  • Minimum 6 hours observation
  • Minimum 25 hours physical review
  • Minimum 15 hours practice teaching
  • Total: 76 hour

CECs: 3.0 STOTT PILATES

IR2 – Module 2

IR2 expands on the foundation and skills developed in the first segment as you learn to design programs incorporating the Intermediate repertoire. Learn 65 unique exercises plus multiple modifications and progressions.

  • 20 hours of instruction and supervised teaching
  • Minimum 4 hours observation
  • Minimum 15 hours physical review
  • Minimum 10 hours practice teaching
  • Total: 49 hours

CECs: 2.0 STOTT PILATES

Required materials
Education materials

Intensive Reformer Course Packages are available, they include the following:

*Note, the Matwork & Reformer Support Materials Book is required for IMP, IR and CMR courses but only needs to be purchased once.

Additional languages
A number of required resources are available in languages other than English. See options for additional languages.

Optional resources
These resources are not available through Merrithew, however you may want to purchase these as additional resources for your practice.

  • Trail Guide to the Body, Andrew Biel
  • Anatomy Flash Cards, Anne Gilroy
  • Atlas of Anatomy, Gilroy, MacPherson, Ross
  • Anatomy of Movement, Blandine Germain
  • Trail Guide to the Body 6th Edition Flash Cards by Andrew Biel
  • AnatomyMapp® by Books of Discovery
Equipment required (provided by the facility)
  • 1 per 3 Students: Reformer (V2 Max; V2 Max Plus, SPX or V2 Max Rehab)
  • 1 per Reformer: Reformer Box; Padded Platform Extender; pair Long Spine Straps (included with V2 Max Plus Reformer and not required with Retractable Rope System); Foam Cushions A & C (Foam Cushion C may be replaced with Padded Platform Extender); Eco-Friendly Pilates Pad; Mini Stability Ball; Maple Pole; pair Foam-Grip-Handles (included with V2 Max Plus Reformer)

Intensive Cadillac, Chair & Barrels (ICCB)

This course is intended for those already working in the fields of fitness or movement, as well as those who are unable to devote the time required in our Comprehensive Program due to work and/or scheduling issues. Conducted over 3 weeks or 4 weekends. Students registering for this course must have completed Intensive Mat Plus or Intensive Reformer. The Cadillac, Chair, & Barrels course has been structured into three separate modules; ICAD, ICHR and IBRL, to give you maximum flexibility. Completion of all three modules is required to be eligible for certification.

Details

Intensive Cadillac (ICAD)

Building on your industry knowledge and the material learned in IMP or IR you learn to design and lead the Level 1 Essential and Intermediate STOTT PILATES Cadillac repertoire for personal or group training settings for a range of clients. 125 exercises on the Cadillac/Trapeze Table.

What you will learn
  • A variety of exercises performed on the Cadillac Trapeze Table through the full Essential and Intermediate repertoire
  • To become better acquainted with the Cadillac as a tool to create complete workouts or as a complement to routines featuring Matwork and other equipment
  • To observe and experience a variety of exercises utilizing the Cadillac’s features including the Roll-Down Bar, Push-Thru Bar, Trapeze, Leg and Arm Springs
  • The goals of each exercise, biomechanics and alignment, as well as cueing and correcting for safety and effectiveness
  • How to apply the STOTT PILATES Five Basic Principles to a variety of exercises, variations and modifications
  • Familiarity with the safety guidelines and application of the equipment for a variety of clients
Requirements of certification
  • 25 hours of instruction and supervised teaching
  • Minimum of 10 hours of observation
  • Minimum of 15 hours of physical review
  • Minimum of 10 hours of practice teaching
  • Total: 60 hours

Observation, practice teaching and physical review
A minimum number of hours of observation, practice teaching and physical review are required for all courses and should be completed between instructed sessions at any STOTT PILATES facility. Additional training may be required before certification. Practice teaching and physical review hours must be logged outside of class time. The practice logs must be submitted on your exam date (either written or practical exam). If the student fails to submit all the logs within 7 days from the last portion of the exam, the entire exam will be void.

Observation
Observation hours can be logged during relevant course homework or after a STOTT PILATES course and can be accrued by watching a STOTT PILATES Certified Instructor/Instructor Trainer teach clients (in-person or online), as well as observing the relevant course videos on DVD or through Merrithew Connect. We recommend 50-80% of your hours be completed by watching a Certified Instructor/Instructor Trainer. Please ensure you receive permission from the Merrithew Training Center and/or presenting Instructor well in advance.

Physical review
Physical Review hours means physically performing the exercises learned in class. Physical review of the material is very important to ensure full understanding within your own body first, before attempting to teach someone else. It is also very important to ensure your body is prepared for the increased challenge at each level of repertoire as you move through your STOTT PILATES Instructor Training. Taking a class with a STOTT PILATES Certified Instructor/Instructor Trainer or working out with relevant course videos on DVD or through Merrithew Connect can qualify as physical review hours, and can be completed individually or with other students.

Students can participate in an online Pilates session or join an online group Pilates class that teaches STOTT PILATES repertoire with a STOTT PILATES Certified Instructor/Instructor Trainer. Students can also attend a Merrithew Online Workshop (offered by Merrithew Training Centers worldwide or the Corporate Training Center).

Practice teaching
Practice Teaching hours can be fulfilled by teaching STOTT PILATES course repertoire to family, fellow students, friends or clients, cueing and correcting them through a workout. Practice Teaching can be done in-person or by using a video conferencing program, such as Skype or Zoom.

Note, there are no hours required for Injuries & Special Populations or Advanced Level courses.

Continuing education credits
STOTT PILATES 2.5
canfitpro 4.0

Intensive Stability Chair (ICHR)

Building on your industry knowledge and the material learned in IMP or IR you learn to design and lead the Level 1 Essential and Intermediate STOTT PILATES Stability Chair repertoire for personal or group training settings for a range of clients.

What you will learn
  • Functional exercises to develop core strength against spring resistance in a variety of positions, including standing, sitting, prone and side-lying
  • How to apply the STOTT PILATES Five Basic Principles to Essential and Intermediate-level Stability Chair exercises
  • Better understanding of movement essence and exercise goals, proper execution and muscle activation
  • How to improve core stability, increase peripheral strength and enhance mobility on one piece of equipment
  • How the split-pedal option transforms exercises by challenging bilateral, unilateral and reciprocal strength and stability
  • Cues and corrections for safety and effectiveness
Requirements of certification
  • 15 hours of instruction and supervised teaching
  • Minimum of 5 hours of observation
  • Minimum of 10 hours of physical review
  • Minimum of 10 hours of practice teaching
  • Total: 40 hours

Observation, practice teaching and physical review
A minimum number of hours of observation, practice teaching and physical review are required for all courses and should be completed between instructed sessions at any STOTT PILATES facility. Additional training may be required before certification. Practice teaching and physical review hours must be logged outside of class time. The practice logs must be submitted on your exam date (either written or practical exam). If the student fails to submit all the logs within 7 days from the last portion of the exam, the entire exam will be void.

Observation
Observation hours can be logged during relevant course homework or after a STOTT PILATES course and can be accrued by watching a STOTT PILATES Certified Instructor/Instructor Trainer teach clients (in-person or online), as well as observing the relevant course videos on DVD or through Merrithew Connect. We recommend 50-80% of your hours be completed by watching a Certified Instructor/Instructor Trainer. Please ensure you receive permission from the Merrithew Training Center and/or presenting Instructor well in advance.

Physical review
Physical Review hours means physically performing the exercises learned in class. Physical review of the material is very important to ensure full understanding within your own body first, before attempting to teach someone else. It is also very important to ensure your body is prepared for the increased challenge at each level of repertoire as you move through your STOTT PILATES Instructor Training. Taking a class with a STOTT PILATES Certified Instructor/Instructor Trainer or working out with relevant course videos on DVD or through Merrithew Connect can qualify as physical review hours, and can be completed individually or with other students.

Students can participate in an online Pilates session or join an online group Pilates class that teaches STOTT PILATES repertoire with a STOTT PILATES Certified Instructor/Instructor Trainer. Students can also attend a Merrithew Online Workshop (offered by Merrithew Training Centers worldwide or the Corporate Training Center).

Practice teaching
Practice Teaching hours can be fulfilled by teaching STOTT PILATES course repertoire to family, fellow students, friends or clients, cueing and correcting them through a workout. Practice Teaching can be done in-person or by using a video conferencing program, such as Skype or Zoom.

Note, there are no hours required for Injuries & Special Populations or Advanced Level courses.

Continuing education credits
STOTT PILATES 1.5
canfitpro 4.0

Intensive Barrels (IBRL)

Building on your industry knowledge and the material learned in IMP or IR you learn to design and lead the Level 1 Essential and Intermediate STOTT PILATES Ladder Barrel, Spine Corrector and Arc Barrel repertoire for personal or group training settings for a range of clients.

What you will learn
  • How to apply the STOTT PILATES Five Basic Principles to exercises on the Arc Barrel, Spine Corrector and Ladder Barrel
  • Exercises from the STOTT PILATES Essential and Intermediate Barrel repertoire
  • To understand movement essence and exercise goals
  • How to support the spine in flexion, lateral flexion or extension, to target core and peripheral muscle groups, and to adapt exercises to specific body types
  • How to incorporate the barrels into a full-body workout and program for specific body types, postural issues and conditions
  • To develop effective communication and observational skills, verbal cueing and imagery for performance enhancement and client motivation
Requirements of certification
  • 10 hours of instruction and supervised teaching
  • Minimum of 5 hours of observation
  • Minimum of 10 hours of physical review
  • Minimum of 5 hours of practice teaching
  • Total: 30 hours

Observation, practice teaching and physical review
A minimum number of hours of observation, practice teaching and physical review are required for all courses and should be completed between instructed sessions at any STOTT PILATES facility. Additional training may be required before certification. Practice teaching and physical review hours must be logged outside of class time. The practice logs must be submitted on your exam date (either written or practical exam). If the student fails to submit all the logs within 7 days from the last portion of the exam, the entire exam will be void.

Observation
Observation hours can be logged during relevant course homework or after a STOTT PILATES course and can be accrued by watching a STOTT PILATES Certified Instructor/Instructor Trainer teach clients (in-person or online), as well as observing the relevant course videos on DVD or through Merrithew Connect. We recommend 50-80% of your hours be completed by watching a Certified Instructor/Instructor Trainer. Please ensure you receive permission from the Merrithew Training Center and/or presenting Instructor well in advance.

Physical review
Physical Review hours means physically performing the exercises learned in class. Physical review of the material is very important to ensure full understanding within your own body first, before attempting to teach someone else. It is also very important to ensure your body is prepared for the increased challenge at each level of repertoire as you move through your STOTT PILATES Instructor Training. Taking a class with a STOTT PILATES Certified Instructor/Instructor Trainer or working out with relevant course videos on DVD or through Merrithew Connect can qualify as physical review hours, and can be completed individually or with other students.

Students can participate in an online Pilates session or join an online group Pilates class that teaches STOTT PILATES repertoire with a STOTT PILATES Certified Instructor/Instructor Trainer. Students can also attend a Merrithew Online Workshop (offered by Merrithew Training Centers worldwide or the Corporate Training Center).

Practice teaching
Practice Teaching hours can be fulfilled by teaching STOTT PILATES course repertoire to family, fellow students, friends or clients, cueing and correcting them through a workout. Practice Teaching can be done in-person or by using a video conferencing program, such as Skype or Zoom.

Note, there are no hours required for Injuries & Special Populations or Advanced Level courses.

Continuing education credits
STOTT PILATES 1.0
canfitpro 4.0
Required materials

Education materials

CCB Course Packages are available:

  1. Manuals
  2. Videos

Intensive Cadillac – ICAD

ICAD Course Packages are available:

  1. Manuals
  2. Videos

Intensive Stability Chair - ICHR

ICHR Course Packages available:

  1. Manuals
  2. Videos

Intensive Barrels – IBRL

IBRL Course Packages are available:

  1. Manuals
  2. Videos

Equipment required (provided by the facility)

1 per 6 Students: Cadillac OR

1 per 12 Students: Cadillac and Reformer with Traditional or Plus-style Vertical Frame (including Mat Converter)

PLUS 1 per 6 Students: Ladder Barrel; pair Rotational Disks (10" or 12"); Maple Pole

1 per 4 Students: Spine Corrector

1 per 3 Students: Split-Pedal Stability Chair; Arc Barrel; Padded Platform Extender; Reformer Box; Eco-Friendly Pilates Pad; Foam Cushions A & C; Mini Stability Ball

1 per Student: Mat (optional 1:2)

Admissions

In the Intensive stream we’re looking for self-directed and highly motivated people with industry-specific knowledge and skills, as well as strong interpersonal and communication skills.

Ideal candidates include
  • Current health and fitness professionals with prior teaching experience
  • Career changers who would like to begin their training while still working full-time
Admission requirements
  • Working knowledge of functional anatomy and prior participation in an anatomy course that covers in detail the human musculoskeletal system and includes muscle attachments, actions and basic biomechanics. Acceptable courses include the STOTT PILATES Functional Anatomy course or a university or college level anatomy or physiology course (minimum of 20–25 hours of in-class instruction). Online courses may be accepted provided they amount to a minimum 20–25 hours of learning and include homework assignments, tests and/or a final examination
  • Minimum 30 hours participation in Pilates classes/workouts
Recommended
  • 3+ years teaching movement or fitness. Applicants with a strong history of Pilates participation and/or experience instructing students/clients in another field may also be considered

How to apply

See our training finder for contact information and admission procedures at a location near you.

Exams

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Fees

See reference price lists below from our Toronto Corporate Training Center for courses, exams and materials. Note
  • Prices listed are for the Toronto Corporate Training Center and are provided as a reference. Prices will vary depending on region and location. Contact individual training centers for up-to-date pricing information and to inquire about any packages or discounts that may be available
  • Purchase your course materials as course packages and save up to 30%

Policies and procedures

See general policies and procedures. Refer to the specific course and facility policies when registering for instructor training.