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Teaching Zentangle®

Linda Farmer, CZTThe Zentangle® method is taught by Certified Zentangle Teachers (CZTs) who have graduated from the certification seminar taught by founders Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas.

All certification seminars are held in Providence, Rhode Island (see the “I can’t afford to come to Providence, RI” note below). The focus of this seminar is learning how to teach the Zentangle Method and how to run a business as a CZT. People from all over the world come to Providence to attend the training seminar.

Total Registration cost for the 4-days: $ 1,495. “This price includes all class materials, food, taxes and gratuities. Other than your transportation costs, there are no hidden or surprise fees.” This is the Day Student rate, lodging at Hotel Providence is additional and very reasonable rates are available. The registration page contains full details.

October 23, 2015:  Though the registration links are not yet available, for your planning purposes Zentangle® HQ has just announced the CZT certification seminar dates for 2015.

All Certified Zentangle Teacher training seminars begin on a Sunday and end on a Wednesday. Registration links will be available in mid-November, and I will also let you know when they are available.

The seminar dates for 2015 are as follows:

  • CZT Seminar #18 – April 12-15, 2015
  • CZT Seminar #19 – April 19-22, 2015
  • CZT Seminar #20 – June 21-24, 2015
  • CZT Seminar #21 – June 28-July 1, 2015

Quoting directly from the newsletter:

“We also have been able to keep tuition at the same price as this year.

Day Student
Includes training, meals and supplies. $1,495

Share Room Student
Include training, meals, supplies and three nights’ shared lodging at the Hotel Providence. $1,775

Private Room Student
Include training, meals, supplies and three nights private lodging at the Hotel Providence. $1,985

NOTE: Please do not make any permanent plans until you are officially registered.”

When seminar dates are formally announced they are added to the Zentangle.com website and the links can be found in the left sidebar under the heading “Upcoming Events”.

Important events occur at CZT seminars that can’t be conveyed with words or online through video. …

Often people see Zentangle’s simplicity and assume it is easy to teach. However there is so much more to our Zentangle teaching method than the many cool tangles we and others share for free. There are reasons and techniques and philosophies and principles for everything that we do. Once you learn these you can then really serve your students well and be able to answer their questions and concerns. …

We created our CZT training program so you could understand the basics and depth of Zentangle and so you could convey the full Zentangle experience to others”.

This is from the FAQ page on zentangle.com:

I can’t afford to come to Providence, RI. Can you give a CZT seminar in _________ ?

“We work diligently to keep our CZT seminars as inexpensive as possible, while providing the venue and materials necessary to have a wonderful experience. If we** were to travel more than a short driving distance from our home base our costs would go up significantly. It would end up costing attendees much more than if they had flown to Providence. If we would teach a seminar in say, California, the tuition would have to be many times what it is now, certainly more than it would cost someone to come to Providence from California.”

**Linda’s note: “we” includes all the Zentangle team members who handle the logistics of moving and setting up exhibits, supplies and teaching materials as well as administering the seminar. This staff is in addition to Rick and Maria and Molly, the teachers. As you might imagine, running a seminar of the scope and nature of the CZT training involves much more than Rick and Maria and Molly simply turning up in another part of the country.

How to become a CZT®

To learn more about how to become a Certified Zentangle Teacher, please visit this page on Zentangle.com.

Find a class near you: Certified Zentangle Teachers

“We encourage you to take a class from a Certified Zentangle Teacher (CZT). It is a special experience. Everyone on this page has been personally taught by Rick and Maria. They understand what Zentangle is about and how to teach you.”

My CZT® Class of October 2011 (CZT#7), Providence RILearn more on Zentangle.com

More questions? Learn about teaching, selling your Zentangle-inspired creations, and more by visiting the zentangle.com website.

 

20 comments to Teaching Zentangle®

  • Laura JW

    I don’t see the cost of the CZT training anywhere. I am new to this artform, but very very excited about it and since I am just completing my Adult Ed certificate, this seems like a great thing to teach!! Can you tell me how much it costs, even just a ballpark, so I have an idea?

    • Linda Farmer

      Hi Laura, the two remaining classes will be posted later this week on zentangle.com so you can get the costs then. I don’t know what it is currently, and I don’t want to put something out there that isn’t accurate. It does include your accommodation at the five-star Hotel Providence and all your meals, plus the training and all the goodies you get as part of the seminar. Obviously it varies with the type of accommodation you choose (single, double). Hang in there for a couple of days …

  • Tanya

    I appreciate the question about cost as I have also been checking to find the cost. I see they have posted the classes but not the cost. Would you let us know where it will be posted so I am sure I am checking the right place. Also, could you share with us your personal opinion on the value of becoming a CZT versus being self taught. Thank you. I appreciate your daily emails and blog. Tanya

    • Linda Farmer

      Hi Tanya, I think you will really enjoy taking a class from a CZT, as I quoted from Rick and Maria, there’s so much more to Zentangle than you can learn online. In addition you will meet fellow tanglers and can share your experiences with new friends. And even if you don’t plan to teach, the certification seminar is well worth the experience – it’s simply amazing.

  • Vikki Bauer

    I would really like to become certified bit live in Canada. Can I become certified from another instructor? Coming to Rhode Island is not something I can do.

    Thanks,
    Vikki

    • Linda Farmer

      Hi Vikki, Rick and Maria are the ONLY people who teach the certification seminar and you have to travel to Providence RI. Many people from all over the world have gone there – the experience is well worth the trip.

  • Vikki Bauer

    Thanks Linda. Is this something my husband and I can make a holiday out of? Can we book a room ourselves in the same hotel? Vikki

    • Linda Farmer

      Yes you can, several couples were at the seminar I attended and that included Robert and I. Check with Zentangle, I think you can make those arrangements through them when you register.

  • Louise McGrath

    Hi again Linda
    Are there any official CZT in Australia?
    Regards
    Louise

  • Kelley Kelly

    Well, phooey! The August one is full – here’s hoping for one next summer!!

  • Barbara Russell

    IS there a schedule for 2013? Need to start planning and saving for it now. Thanks,

    Barbara Russell
    New York

  • KATHLEEN HARVEY

    Look forward to receiving dates for 2013 classes.

  • carolann

    hi linda, when are you coming to australia. you would be more than welcome. I would love to be a czt, but cannot afford a trip to you. love carolann

  • theia

    please could you let me know what the cost is- i have looked everywhere and cannot find it. I need to budget.

    Thanks

  • Judy Richards

    Hi Linda…

    Im very interested in becoming a certified teacher… but I live in Austalia… I have taught myself and have only been doing this since April this year… I had never heard of it before I accidently came across it on the internet… I am very interested in teaching others….

    Thankyou Judy

    • Linda Farmer, CZT

      Hi Judy, many people from Australia – and many other parts of the world for that matter – have traveled to Providence to become certified. It is worth every penny, and more.
      Make it your goal and you can do it too!

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