Welcome to Global Graphologists Association. We are starting a batch this week to certify you as graphologist and here is what you have to do.
Quickly brush up your graphology knowledge via your own notes, study material and/or visit www.GraphologySchool.com for content.
You will be invited to a free online orientation meeting to know more and answer your questions to help you participate.
Once you are ready to certify, you are required to pay the GGA membership fees* and online club fees of Rs.2700.00 Oct-March 2015.
You can then start your online presentations which will be evaluated. On completion, GGA will issue you a certificate of merit as Graphologist.
It takes about 20 hours of study to kick-start your journey as graphologist, but it will take more than 10,000 hours of work to excel in handwriting analysis.
Once certified, you must quickly start practicing handwriting analysis using graphology, to hon your skills as graphologist. With regard to practicing handwriting analysis, we have a Handwriting Analysis Record system in place, which will 'count' your analysis and give you credit. Thus you can start with a minimum of required 10 analysis to qualify as Handwriting Analyst and this is only after you certify as graphologist, first.
You can do more; in units of 50, 100, 500, 1000, 5000, 10000, even more handwriting analysis.
This record will be your personal, officially documented achievement, as a practicing handwriting analyst.
You will be certified for your achievements and these will be proof of your authenticity, proficiency and experience.
Your achievements fund graphology research, which validates claims of handwriting formations and personality traits. It also provides handwriting samples and funds to conduct such research.
There is a lot more we can achieve together and you are invited.
Global Graphologists Association is a registered public-limited non-profit. The primary objective is to promote graphology and handwriting analysis.
Prashant R Bhekare
Call: +91 7666043123
Club dues are paid semi-annually on October 1 and April 1.
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You are invited to attend Graphologists Club Online Open Meeting 25th Oct