The Rules

The basic rules

 

 

No school or organization, whatever it is, can function without a minimum of elementary rules.

 

This is why the EFMT has adopted internal regulations.

 

You will therefore find below the obligations to respect during your training.

 

This document is sent to you at the same time as the application form, its questionnaire and the prerequisites.

     Rules of procedure

 

  • Each candidate must respect the internal regulations specific to the Medium Transfigurationist Training (FMT). Any offender is excluded from the training on the sole decision of the trainer.

  • Respect for everyone is essential regardless of their beliefs, opinions, personality, skin color, origin or religion.

 

  • No negative judgment on others will be tolerated.

 

  • Each candidate commits to the required prerequisites; said prerequisites being specified to the candidate when sending the application file and signed by him.

 

  • The discipline and seriousness of each student are required during each session, made up of several theoretical and / or practical sessions, with the sole aim of complying with the educational approach of the trainer.

 

  • The common training takes place over 3 years. It is made up of 3 sessions of 4 days plus 1 session of 2 days the first year and 3 sessions of 4 days the following years.

 

  • The first sessions allow the candidate to position himself and to confirm or not his motivation to continue. A theoretical and practical test is carried out at the end of module 3 of the 1st year. If unsuccessful, the candidate is excluded from the FMT training and cannot therefore become a student of the trainer, unless he or she starts all over again his initial training.

 

  • It is imperative that each candidate / student make arrangements to follow the courses. Absences are only tolerated in exceptional cases and on written proof. In this case only, the session is reimbursed in the form of credits for the next session. Too many absences automatically exclude the student from his training. His dismissal is notified to him in writing by his trainer and no session reimbursement is made.

 

  • The FMT is made up of student promotions. Each promotion grants itself a "baptismal name" and designates a "promotion representative" at the end of the 3rd module of the first year, reflecting the fraternal and spiritual spirit of this group. This baptismal name is then formalized and binds the members of the promotion. The promotion representative is the trainer's privileged interlocutor.

 

  • The Medium Transfigurationist Training contains several levels of learning. The first year, ie the first 4 sessions, the students enter the “Neophytes” section. A theoretical and practical test concludes this beginning of training. Its success determines the passage in the second year.

 

  • In the second year, the students enter the “Initiates” section. A theoretical and practical test the fence. Its success determines the passage in third year.

 

  • In the third year, students enter the “Experts” section. A global theoretical and practical test of the fence. Success is a condition for obtaining the transfigurationist medium certificate with the “Expert” grade. The pupil is then authorized to make himself known, by specifying his grade in the hierarchy. This does not give him the title of trainer, nor the right to train students.

 

  • A 6-month master's training, following the common training, is offered to any student who has obtained the transfigurationist medium certificate with the "Expert" grade.

 

  • The master's training is split into two parts (2 * 3 sessions of 2 days). First, the students enter the “Master Practitioner” section. A theoretical and practical global test, closing after the three sessions. Success is a condition for obtaining the transfigurationist medium certificate with the rank of "Master practitioner". The pupil is then authorized to make himself known, by specifying his grade in the hierarchy. It is also proposed to the student, upon obtaining this level, to accompany Jean-Fabrice in conference, in France and abroad. This does not give him the title of trainer, nor the right to train students.

 

  • The second part of  the master's training is made up of the following three sessions. The students enter the “Master trainers” section. A global theoretical and practical test concludes this training. Success is a condition for obtaining the transfigurationist medium certificate with the rank of "Master trainer". The pupil is then authorized to make himself known, by specifying his grade in the hierarchy. Each student, upon obtaining this level, is offered in turn to train students independently and autonomously. Jean-Fabrice is at their disposal, if necessary, to help them in their beginnings.

 

  • The pricing of the overall FMT training (that is to say the common training and the master's training) is set at the start of the first session. Its price does not vary over time, for the promotion (s) concerned, during the 3 and a half years of apprenticeship. However, the price may vary slightly from one promotion to another depending on the training needs.