We are like-minded individuals and animal lovers, who have a passion for animal communication. We believe that everyone has the ability to communicate with animals, and we're here to help you develop those skills. The courses are approved independently, so you can be confident you're learning with the best quality standards. Your teacher is an experienced animal communicator who has worked across the world.
Your journey with animal communication includes...
Learn usable knowledge with step by step practices
Study in your own time, on your own terms. Access the courses anytime on multiple devices
Connect with other species, rekindle what our ancestors knew & how we can help each other
Achieve an independently approved certificate & an option to upgrade to a professional diploma
Animal Communication Certificate
Animal Communication In An Hour
Assisting Missing Animals Course
A teacher, mentor, writer and international speaker. She is recognised as a Spiritual Development Teacher to the spiritual community worldwide, inspired through her own experiences, she has developed a teaching style which encourages the development of the student to the next level. Helen is a former teacher and course organiser of the Arthur Findlay College. Her workshops have been hosted in many venues across the UK, Europe, Africa, Asia, USA, and Australia. Helen is qualified to teach the teacher and has spent several years developing enriching programmes of online learning. She is an approved training provider for the IICT
All species make a difference to the planet when we listen, understand, and help each other. By doing so, we can create a more sustainable future for all.
For the quickstart animal communication course and the certificate, no experience is necessary. For the missing animals course and the diploma upgrade, you will need to know how to communicate with animals - so the certificate course is a prerequisite, unless you are already an animal communicator.
Not al all. In fact, it's easier to work with animals you don't know so well. Also, animal communication applies to wild animals and just communicating in nature to the wild is just as important.