Costs - Brighton

Brighton Teacher Training Held at The Brighton Buddhist Centre

Next intakes 1st September 2017 and 4th May 2018 


Pay deposit £488 at the start of the course (then a monthly fee of £108 over 24 months).

The overall total over the two years (excluding finals fees) £3080 (£380 per term) with finals fees its £3,160

The students are asked to pay via bank transfer with reference 'teacher training' is prefered. It is the students’ responsibility to communicate very clearly what their needs are and if any alterations to the agreed fee and time of payment are required this should be discussed with the course tutors.  

It is the case that the fees are taken as above and declared as such. Therefore any changes not discussed or forgotten payments may result in Jim or other trainer paying tax on money that they haven’t earned. 

This cost includes; all paperwork/admin, actual teaching, tutorials with course tutor and with mentor (one of each per term)homework marking as well as other organisational matters regarding the course. 


The final assessment ‘ring of fire’ does require an extra fee that currently stands a £80 for the three extra assessments and feed back, the setting and marking of the written test and also includes the cost of printing of your final certificates. (which are very pretty!). 


There is also an annual members subscription, which covers general admin and is a necessary criteria of you maintaining your membership, it also subsidises large reductions on CPD workshops with your trainers. This is currently Free for your first year of training then £35 per annum payable each September starting after you have completed your first 200 hours of the course.

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Like a firmament, devoid of edge or centre,
Meditate on vastness and infinity.
To understand the innate truth,
Unite skill and wisdom.

Like the sun and moon in all their glory,
Mediate clearly without darkness,
Knowing that all beings are your parents,
Love and show compassion to them.

— Milarepa