Nishmat’s Miriam Glaubach Center Kallah Teacher Certification Course
Course taught by team of NISHMAT’S Yoatzot Halacha, rabbis, doctors, psychotherapists, financial planner and other professionals
Take course at your own pace over Summer 2020 by listening to the recordings of Yoetzet Halacha Shoshana Samuels.
18 prerecorded webinars sessions built into an exclusive, secure online classroom.
Purchase of the course entitles you to personalized mentoring from Yoetzet Halacha Shoshana Samuels, as she responds to your course work. Upon satisfactory completion of all course requirements, including written formative assessments and a final project, you will be certified as a Nishmat Kallah Teacher.
Tuition fee: $236. Non-refundable.
This 18 session course is taught primarily by Yoetzet Halacha Shoshana Samuels.
Recordings are password protected and can only be viewed by participants in the class.
Course meets asynchronously, on your own time. You will:
Share thoughts on teaching Taharat Hamishpacha with other participants by completing preparatory blog posts for each class, allowing for a robust virtual group discussion.
Submit formative post-class assessments built to encourage review of each session’s content and to incorporate that session’s content into your personalized kallah classes.
The instructor will support every student in digesting the subject matter and will provide prompt feedback for submitted work.
Upon completion of the course and all formative assignments, the final project will require each participant to compile all materials for the kallah classes she will teach. This includes, at minimum: a course outline, relevant handouts, sources, links and resources.
Upon completion of the course, Nishmat’s Miriam Glaubach Center will administer a final exit interview.
Nishmat’s Miriam Glaubach Center is the final arbiter of certification.
Nishmat’s Miriam Glaubach Center has the right to terminate a student’s participation at any point, in the event that the educational faculty determines she is not meeting the program’s requirements.