I'm delivering a 4 day intensive hypnosis training course in London between May 11th to 14th. It's been running for about 2 years as a 4 day course. What I've discovered is that what makes the course a success is the balance between using/knowing/practising a wide range of inductions, both progressive and rapid. I've made a few enquiries of other training providers, who i'm not going to name, and 95% of them don't or wont teach rapid inductions as they say they're not suitable in a therapeutic setting. Why not? I teach that if a particular method works for the client, then that's fine. And the more tools and techniques you have at your disposal means you can continuously adapt to the needs of your client, doesn't it?