The Diploma 

 

The Diploma of the BAOG is the only graphological qualification in the UK formally recognised by ADEG, the European body that sets the ethics of graphology.


It is also highly acclaimed in other English-

speaking countries

How to Enrol

 

For more information and registration, please contact:

 

Mrs Sarah Mooney,

Top Lodge

Pytchley

Kettering

NN14 1EE

Tel: 07969 589 156 / 01536 791 787

Email: sarah.pottermoon@googlemail.com

 

The London College of Graphology website:

www.collegeofgraphology.co.uk

The London College of Graphology

 

This is an independent teaching body offering a part-time training course in preparation for the Diploma, the qualifying exam leading to membership of the

British Academy of Graphology

• Starts at Beginners Level (no previous knowledge necessary)
 

• Classes tailored to student needs
 

• New handwritings given as homework for every class 
 

• Regular contact available with the teacher outside of classes

Venue:  Central London

Principal:  Sarah Mooney, graphologist of 30 years experience.  Member of the BAOG

Terms & Conditions 

 

It is a condition of membership of The British Academy of Graphology (BAOG) that students become Student Members of the academy, which entitles them to apply to take the Diploma examination. Registration is compulsory for at least the academic year in which the student intends to sit the examination. The registration fee is £35 per annum and includes the journal of the academy, Graphology, which is published twice per annum. Members of the BAOG may teach the rudiments of graphology, particularly in arousing an interest in the subject, but may not purport to  do so as qualified teachers authorised by the Academy. If they wish to so so they should hold additional and appropriate qualifications.​

COURSES & FORUMS
 

Diploma: Part-Time Day Course

 

Graphology recognises that a person's handwriting reveals much about the writer's mind, personality, character and emotional state from the way the letters are formed, spaced and arranged, as well as its speed, pressure, strength and inconsistencies.

 

For this reason, it is finding wide application in psychology, and in personnel selection; and it is no less useful in self-understanding.