What the MTF Course is about?

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Become a Master TetraMap Facilitator today and become part of our global leadership group.

MTF Course Outline

Cert Course Auckland Learning is limitless. It’s open to everyone. You choose how much to contribute. There are many opportunities to connect, contribute, collaborate and be curious. There are no tests, no pass or fail. 

To provide structure there are 3 assignments with plenty of topics to explore, and a TetraMap-related project of your choosing to design, deliver and share with the MTF community.

Regular Zoom meetings build the group’s teamwork, collective intelligence and inter-dependent approach. We want you to collaborate and work together and share your learning. To spark and riff off each other, and maximize the opportunity to work with someone from another culture, another part of the world. Be curious, be open, be possibilities focused. 

You’ll also need to co-deliver and be the lead facilitator at the Certified TetraMap Facilitation Programme. This extends and supports your facilitation skills considerably, and you’ll learn more of the nuances behind the TetraMap way of including accelerated learning, NLP, and a playful approach. 


As expected, it’s work, research, time and effort, but all relevant learning. A growth journey. 

Programme content

Four components

  • Pre-programme reading and resources. Three modules, each consisting of an online learning event, pre-module reading and research, and a written assignment.
  • A project allowing for real-life integration of learning and added value to you, your organisation, and TetraMap’s community development.
  • Co- Delivery of the TetraMap Facilitator Certification Course. 
  • Group Coaching to further develop your leadership skills and coaching skills.   


  1. The history and evolution of TetraMap (10 topics) 
    This module has been designed to give you valuable insights into the inspiration behind the model and how it has become the life work of the creators Jon and Yoshimi Brett. You will learn more about the background and development of TetraMap, the significance of the nature metaphor and the work of Buckminster Fuller. You’ll also explore the key differences between TetraMap and other models.
  2. Extending the value of TetraMap as a lifelong learning tool (7 topics)
    This module has been designed to extend your understanding of the resources available and give you deeper insights into the design thinking behind TetraMap and it’s learning activities. You’ll learn about the creation of a TetraMap and be challenged to create your own 3 level map. You’ll extend your own use of the range of resources available and give you the skills and capability to share deeper learning with others. You’ll see again and again how TetraMap is a lifelong learning journey – where there is always another layer to unpeel!   
  3. Leadership and Legacy (10 topics)
    As we move towards the end of the programme,this module has been designed to to look ahead as well as reflect on how far we’ve come. It’s your turn to step up, step out, scale and share!  You’ll explore your passion, role and responsibilities as a TetraMap Global Leader, and identify how to amplify, share and scale the impact of your work. You’ll evaluate individual impact, group learning and organisational results, and finally consider what’s your legacy?  

Work-related project

This is a significant piece of work that includes real-life integration of TetraMap that will create strategic business impact for you. Your project will be shared within your business and also with the TetraMap Master Facilitator Leadership Group.

Here’s a recent example of a project exploring TetraMap in Coaching with MTF Anja Doil.   

Delivery of the TetraMap Facilitator Certification Course

This involves observing, co-facilitating, and leading/facilitating a Certification Course. A regional mentor will provide opportunities, feedback, coaching, and de-briefing.  This opportunity now includes a Virtual Certification Course experience. 

“I was challenged along the way – both in terms of understanding new concepts and having my perceptions and views challenged and changed.  It requires a real commitment to do the learning, research, reading and work to truly understand and embed the concepts and principles into your life.”
Anna Bolton, Waikato District Council, New Zealand. Read More

Group Coaching 

As a cohort, we’ll explore the TetraMap of Leadership in a coaching context over four sessions, and make sense and meaning of of it for ourselves. This is deep dive for you to consider how take this aspect of TetraMap as a leadership way of being to your learners.     

  1. Firm Courage 
  2. Clear Wisdom 
  3. Calm Compassion 
  4. Bright Inspiration.  


  • The MTF programme will span 9 – 12 months depending on accumulated TetraMap experience and pre- and post-modules work. 
  • As this is not a traditional course or programme, it requires curiosity, creativity and stickability.  
  • We aim to bring together an international cohort, with different worldviews, possibly meaning some after hours meet ups.  
  • Are you prepared to participate, explore, do the work, and help others get there too?  

Register Now

Programme begins in January 2024

  • ready to level up to the challenge? 
  • then register interest here 
  • see opposite for course fees 

Your Investment is:

  • Europe – €2,200
  • UK – £2,000
  • US, Latin America, Asia & rest of the world – US$2,500
  • NZ – $3,000 (excluding GST)
  • Australia – A$3500
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