MBTI® Certification Program
Using Type As A Professional

"If you don't know what an extravert thinks, you haven't been listening. If you don't know what an introvert thinks, you haven't asked them!"
Isabel Briggs Myers

The MBTI® Certification Program is designed to equip you with the essential information and experience you need to begin using the MBTI assessments. Upon successful completion of the course you will be able to purchase and administer both MBTI Step I and Step II assessments.


The program prepares you to professionally and ethically administer and interpret the Myers-Briggs® assessment through highly interactive and experiential learning methods.


The four-day course curriculum includes:

  • An overview of the theory of psychological type
  • Exploration of the four dichotomous scales that result in the 16 personality types
  • Common applications of the MBTI instrument when working with both individuals and organizations
  • A skill-building session for giving basic type feedback
  • Experiential exercises to reinforce participant learning
  • Discussions of the ethical use of the Indicator

All public MBTI® Certification Programs in the United States are offered through the Myers and Briggs Foundation. Non-public or "in-house" programs are offered through CPP, the publisher of the MBTI assessment.


The MBTI® Step III Certification Program prepares practitioners to use the MBTI® Step III™ instrument.

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