What is an MBTI Master Practitioner?
MBTI® Master Practitioners have met the highest standard set for those eligible to work with the MBTI assessment.
As the name implies, MBTI® Master Practitioners differentiate themselves by having a commitment to the highest standards in both the theory and the application of the MBTI assessment. The criteria for achieving this status reflects their high level of professional commitment.
- Before being accepted into the program, MBTI® Master Practitioners must have successfully completed an approved MBTI® Certification or Qualification Program.
- MBTI® Master Practitioners must have completed a minimum of 40 hours of continuing education in approved applications and/or advanced training programs, classes or workshops. Only approved programs completed after acceptance into the MBTI® Master Practitioner Credential Program are accepted.
- MBTI® Master Practitioners must have no less than 40 hours of practical application of the instrument in leading workshops or working with individuals in one-to-one settings as a coach, counselor, or other consulting area. Only practical application experience gained after acceptance into the MBTI® Master Practitioner Credential Program is accepted.
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