Apprenticeship Fees

APPLICATIONS – JUST TO LET YOU KNOW, the 2017 entry is now CLOSED and all places are filled.

If you’d like apply for the 2018 entry I’ll be looking at applications for that after 1 Jan 2018. If you are interested please complete and send the application form and let’s start a conversation.

Fees: £1400. Cancellations after 1st September may be liable for the whole fee.

Overseas students pay a little extra to cover PayPal fees. This fee covers 8 Lessons, one for each of the Celtic seasons,  feedback, questions and tutoring, and the 5-day workshop including accommodation, food & tuition but not transport to/from Exmoor.

If you need to pay by instalments please tell me as this can be arranged. The usual plan is that students pay a £175 non-returnable deposit as soon as they are accepted on the course and then divide the remainder into 7 monthly payments of £175/month, the first of which must be paid by 1st September. Again, overseas students pay a little extra to cover the PayPal fees on each instalment.

Visits: I like to arrange visits for the students to my home as it really helps if you are able to meet each other in-the-flesh; I allow 3 days for this, as part of the course fee. On the visits, you each bring some food to share for lunch and, weather permitting, we go to visit and work at one of the local sacred sites. You are also welcome to arrange extra visits if you wish; you can choose to come individually or with others from your year, depending on your needs. Extra visits cost £50/student/day.

Facebook: You will be part of a secret Facebook group. This makes it easier for you to chat with each other, discuss questions, post things that you like, and to share your experience. I also post things that will interest, inspire and intrigue you. And I also use he group to arrange the visit above, and any other group announcements.

If the apprenticeship interests you complete copy and paste the application form into a WORD document, complete it and send it, as an email attachment, to

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