Master Certification FAQs

By TetraMap_Admin


When does the next programme start?

March 2019 

How do I apply?

Via this online form

English isn’t my first language – can still I apply?

Of course, as long as you have a good working knowledge of English.

The programme

Where does the programme take place?

The MTF programme is primarily a virtual learning experience designed for a global participant group. We use our website, meet online via for webinars, and Zoom for regular catch ups, and email. We also use an online learning system  – Learn Dash for content delivery.  The Certification Courses are face to face learning events, and you’ll be supported by a regional mentor or coach.
If there is enough need, TI may consider an in-region programme.   

What are the technical requirements?

You can join webinars from a desktop app (Windows or Mac), web browser, iOS device, or Android device. 

How does this work across different time zones?

Depending on where participants are, we plan the webinars to reach all times zones live, and we also record them for those who can’t attend.


How is the programme structured?

Three webinars with pre- and post-course reading and assignments, a project or case study, and successfully delivering the approved TetraMap Certified Facilitator Course. 

  • Pre reading resources.
  • Module 1: History and Background (webinar)
  • Module 2: Project or case study – discussed, agreed, and evaluated.
  • Module 3:  Extending and maximising the value of the resources. TetraMap as a model, tool, framework and approach (webinar)
  • Module 4: Certification course: observation and co delivery,  and being the lead facilitator for at least one course by the end of the year.
  • Module 5: Leadership and Legacy, Amplifying and Scaling reach and measuring impact in organisations (webinar.)

Do the founders of TetraMap – Yoshimi and Jon Brett personally teach the course?

No, but they will attend at least one of the webinars so you will ‘meet’ them.


What happens if I can’t attend one of the webinars?

They are recorded so you will be able to catch up. You will still be expected to do the pre- and post-course reading or assignments.

What is your class attendance policy?

You should attend at least two webinars, and you must complete the project and certification course requirements.

What does the project involve?

This is a significant piece of work that will contribute towards your Master TetraMap Facilitator Certification. The project should allow for real-life integration of learning and added value to you, your organisation, and TetraMap’s development. The learning will be shared with others in the TetraMap Global Leadership Group.

How much time can I expect to spend on each component of the programme?

The time component is significant, especially for the project.  The assignments are designed to extend your thinking and should integrate into what you are currently doing. It will be different for each person, but we ask you always endeavour to meet the deadlines in order to maintain momentum for the whole group.

What are the important dates and deadlines?

These will be advised at the start of the course.

What kind of support do you offer?

You will be teamed up with a learning buddy to work with and you can always consult your regional mentor for help.

Will I have to travel for any course-related activities?

Not unless you need to in order to complete your project and certification course requirements.

Are the assignments marked and graded?

No. Each participant is expected to contribute at their best. We value the diversity of approaches and anticipate many right answers. The assignments are a mixture of exploration, research, contributions, and reflections. Each assignment will be de-briefed and you’ll be given feedback, offered suggestions and further items to explore. Delivery of the certification course is observed.


How much does it cost?

  • Asia – US$2,500
  • Australia – A$3,500
  • Europe – €2,200
  • Latin America – US$2,500
  • New Zealand – NZ$3,500
  • UK – £2,000
  • USA – US$2,500
  • Rest of the world – US$2,500

What is included in the fee?

A Master Certification leader guide, all course delivery, programme resources and administration costs.

When is payment due?

Before the start of the programme. Please talk to us about spreading the cost if needed.

What types of payment are accepted?

Credit card (Visa or Master Card) or electronic bank transfer

If you have a question about something not covered on this page, please drop us an email and we’ll sort it out. Thanks!

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