From left: Josef Grabner, Klaus Renner, Michael Greschek, Nicole Stöcker, Peter Renner, Elke Ganser, Roland Richter, Rainer Scholz, Fredi Künzler, Robert Schuster, Sascha Hahnen
…was experienced by many in the lead-up to the certification exam, as they had heard that the examiners had come up with special challenges. Not only general knowledge was being tested, but also the topics of frequencies, transmission standards, building materials and medical understanding.
A Geobiologist is no longer someone who just finds geopathic stress. In today’s world, he needs to have medical insights, be a building specialist and master radiation shielding.
The standards that Geovital expects of its certified geobiologists are the world’s highest and its requirements are the most challenging. A Geovital geobiologist must have ability, knowledge and expertise. That is what the patients require of the academy.
Ten brave geobiologists had signed up for the examination and they had been preparing themselves for many weeks.
The maximum attainable number of marks for the exam was 125. It is a testament to the educational standard, as well as to the high level of student knowledge, that all were able to achieve scores of over 120. The academy is proud to have such wonderful and competent geobiologists.
After the three-hour written exam, the practical part, together with the oral examination, was completed in beautiful weather.
This was followed by a hearty and scrumptious breakfast at which the questions and answers were again discussed and elaborated on.
Geovital is looking forward to the next test in the autumn.