Here at Reiki Australia, we recognise how important it is to support you with a best practice framework – including an understanding of your obligations under the National Code of Conduct for health care workers – so that wherever you practise Reiki, you can confidently take your place alongside other complementary and alternative practitioners.

Reiki Australia’s non-accredited certificate course, Professional Development for Reiki Treatment, is designed for Reiki practitioners who want to provide Reiki treatment to the public in a professional capacity, and addresses professional responsibilities that are common to all health care workers. Here you will learn what is required to create a safe and healing space for your clients.

The course is open to Reiki practitioners, including non-members of Reiki Australia, who have completed Reiki I and II and have, or are embarking on, a professional Reiki treatment practice.

Unit 1: Code of Ethics & Code of Conduct: Professional Development for Reiki Treatment

Gain a better understanding of the difference between Reiki personal practice and professional Reiki treatment practice.
Be informed about the National Code of Conduct for Health Care Workers and how it relates to your professional practice.
Understand the importance and application of codes of ethics and codes of conduct, in professional Reiki treatment

Unit 2: Effective Professional: Relationships: Professional Development for Reiki Treatment

Interpersonal skills that are relevant to relationships in the workplace. Applying effective communication skills and approaches with your clients. Developing effective professional relationships.

Unit 3: Effective Teamwork; Managing Conflict: Professional Development of Reiki Treatment

Manage conflict in a way that enhances relationships. Understand the components of effective teamwork. Work effectively with team members.

Unit 4: Records, Privacy and Referral in Reiki Practice: Professional Development for Reiki Treatment

Gaining informed consent. Addressing clients’ rights. Maintaining client confidentiality. Keeping appropriate records. Referring clients to other healthcare practitioners.

Unit 5: Client and Workplace Safety for Reiki Practice: Professional Development for Reiki Treatment

Understand the health and safety requirements of your Reiki Practice.

Unit 6: Infection Control: Professional Development for Reiki Treatment

Identify infection risks for yourself, clients and other healthcare workers. Ensure you have adequate infection control processes in place. Know what to say to your client, if their actions were posing an infection risk.

These units are all designed for home study. Each unit will require a minimum of 12 hours over up to two months in study, including the completion of exercises and assignments. Completion of each unit will earn Reiki Australia members 10 CPD points. The number of units that you complete will be completely your choice.

Apart from Unit 1, which must be completed first, units can be undertaken in any order. A statement of attainment will be provided after completing each unit, and a Certificate in Professional Development for Reiki Treatment awarded on completion of all six units.

Reiki Australia Practitioner members who complete Unit 1 will qualify (conditional on having insurance, current first aid and minimum practice requirements) for 
Reiki Australia’s Accredited Reiki Treatment Practitioner membership category, which represents excellence in Reiki treatment practice.

There is also an option to purchase all the credits together for a discounted rate. + Add to cart

If you would like more information, or you would like to apply for Professional Development for Reiki Treatment, please contact us.