IBE 312: Enrollees from all backgrounds and education levels are welcome and encouraged to attend, learn, and enjoy this 5-day seminar. This event is also one of three required seminar modules for completing EMRS certification. This event is held biennially. Attendance is strictly limited to 40 students. A team of Lab Leaders will be on site to assist our instructors in ensuring that each student receives hands-on training in the use of professional-level meters.
This seminar is led by three co-instructors, presiding daily as a team.
(see the IBE 312 seminar syllabus here below for their bios)
All attendees are encouraged to lodge on-site at the seminar venue, or at a nearby four-star hotel where we enjoy a nightly room rate discounted generously. Those who opt to arrange their own lodging are required to adhere to our host venue’s policy by paying a Meals Only fee. Room & board fees include a private room with private bath, whether at the venue or at the hotel. All meals are prepared from scratch, on-site, with vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options available.
All monies stated herein are represented in US Dollars.
All students are required to either:
♦ lodge and dine on-site ($865.00), or
♦ lodge off-site, dine on-site ($265.00).
Enroll/Reserve payments are refundable up to 30 days prior to the first day of classes; Room & Board/Meals Only payments are refundable up to 2 weeks before the first day of classes.
This seminar will be held at the IHM Retreat Center in Santa Fe, NM.
|$1,785: Click here to pay for 2022 (you’ll be prompted to login or to create a free BBI account)|
|$985: Click here to pay for 2022 (you’ll be prompted to login or to create a free BBI account)|
|$315: Click here to pay for 2022 (you’ll be prompted to login or to create a free BBI account)|
|$425: Reserve your space for 2022 (you’ll be prompted to login or create a free BBI account).|
BBI reserves the right to deny/rescind enrollment, whether first-time or continuing, to students it deems to present the actual or anticipated risk of being or becoming disruptive of our program presentations, and/or a distraction for our students from what they have come to us to learn and experience.