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GEA training
The Association of Geobiological Studies GEA, has a trajectory of almost 30 years making a continuous work of training in the multiple areas covered by Geobiology and Biohabitability, in the global context of Health and Habitat.

The training in Geobiology and Biohabitability of GEA aims to train professionals with criteria and work methodologies unified and internationally recognized.

The GEA training provides a structure and content contrasted by numerous experts and professionals, which is updated in a continuous and rigorous review.
GEA training
Who is it for?
The GEA training is aimed at all people with concerns about health and wellbeing in the context of the habitat.
The syllabus and methodology used do not require specific training or previous experience.
Among those attending the courses we find very diverse professions such as architects, engineers, doctors, builders, etc. This diversity makes the training very enriching because of the contributions made by these professionals, related to their fields of action.
Benefits
The GEA Training provides complete and detailed knowledge in Geobiology and Biohabitability. The practical methodology provides the necessary experience in the different areas of training.

Once the training is finished, the students get an accreditation that enables them to carry out biohabitability projects of any kind or scope
Features
Given the eminently practical nature of this training, it is done face-to-face, in a total of 10 modules over two years (6 training courses + 3 professional aptitude modules + 1 final work exposure course and evaluation). Each course is held on a weekend that includes Friday afternoon to Sunday morning, in places with accommodation, in different parts of the peninsula, which are reference sites and are studied by prospectors with experience and recognized by the Association of Studies Geobiological GEA.

Each of the 6 courses includes specific lectures given by experts in the different subjects. Tutorial practices are also carried out in small groups. At the beginning of each course a time is allocated for the exhibition and revision of the prospecting work carried out by each student in the previous course.

The MAPs (Professional Aptitude Modules) are specific seminars that take place on weekends, Saturdays and Sundays, in which experts are gathered in the subjects addressed, which allow us to delve into the three major areas of geobiological practice:

1. Techniques of radiesthetic sensitivity applied to Geobiology.
2. PASH (Environmental Health Parameters in Habitat) that encompasses EMF
(Electro-Magnetic Fields) and electronic measuring equipment.
3. Biohabitability

In the final module, the students present the work that consists of an investigation in one of the multiple themes that include the Geobiology and Biohabitability, contemplated in the program, that is of special interest and motivation for the student.
Features
Structure and Methodology
The GEA courses are structured in 3 differentiated blocks each consisting of 3 seminars.
1 - Training courses:

Study of the bases and deepening in Geobiology, Dowsing, Bioconstruction and Biohabitability.

Realization of numerous practices of radiesthetic instrument management, perception through personal sensitivity and use of EMC measurement equipment.

Realization of a large number of prospections, in different environments, guided by experts.
2 - MAP's: Professional Aptitude Modules

The Professional Aptitude Modules are specific seminars to deepen and evaluate the three basic areas of geobiological practice:

1. Techniques of radiesthetic sensitivity applied to Geobiology.

2. Measuring equipment of PASH (Environmental Parameters of Health in the Habitat): CEM (Electro-Magnetic Fields) and environmental chemical and biological contaminants.

3. Biohabitability.
3 - Evaluation:

Exhibition of the final work to obtain the certificate of Professional Aptitude.
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Annual fee: Consult
Next course starts February 2020
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