Graphanex offers a Basic Certificate in Handwriting Analysis which is a combination of the first two modules of the Comprehensive Certificate in Handwriting Analysis.
Module One – Fundamental Handwriting Analysis
Fundamental Handwriting Analysis is the first module of a series of four modules in handwriting analysis using the Gestalt approach and will introduce you to basic technical aspects of handwriting analysis, including the all important Form level, baseline, margins, spacing, pressure, size, slant, diacritics (‘ts’ & ‘is’), capitals, signature, connections, connectedness, zones. The first two modules consists entirely of the technical terms of handwriting features and is mechanical in nature. How to use these handwriting features within a context is covered in the two modules, namely Behavioural and Applied Handwriting Analysis.
Successful completion of an examination permits access to the Advanced Handwriting analysis module. This module does not qualify you to practice as a professional handwriting analyst.
Module Two – Advanced Handwriting Analysis
Advanced Handwriting analysis is the 2nd module in a series of 4 modules. Advanced Handwriting analysis covers further handwriting features and builds on the fundamental features of module 1. Successful completion of an examination permits access to the Behavioural Handwriting analysis module or exit for the Basic Certificate in Handwriting Analysis for Personality Profiling..
This module provides you with the skills to put together a very basic analysis, but does not qualify you to practice as a professional handwriting analyst.
On completion of the examinations for Fundamental and Applied Handwriting analysis, the student achieves a Certificate in Basic Handwriting analysis.
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Click here for a brochure on all courses and modules for Handwriting Analysis for Personality Profiling.
Please note: This certificate concerns handwriting for personality profiling and does not provide training in forensic handwriting examination, which requires different training. The brochure for this course is also available in the above link.