I clicked the link and watched the video. I lost ten minutes and ten seconds of my life that I will never be able to recover. While the five steps she provided covered how to be a Tarot Reader none of it would enable me to be qualified or on the level I would imagine a Pro Reader should be at in just one day and actually in her video the creator herself even suggested that interpreting the cards “Like any art takes a lot of studying … and a lot of doing it (practice)”, which is a direct contradiction to the title of the video. I agree it does take time to learn the meaning of each card, to understand how Spirit, whether you work with Guides, deity, The Ancestors, your Beloved Dead, or your Higher Self, speaks to you through them and this cannot be fully recognized and understood in just a twenty-four hour period of time. I would also suggest that the Reader will need to bond with the actual deck of cards, meaning that he or she will be required to align their own energetic vibration to that of the cards themselves; the images, the ink, the paper, the numbers, and words ... all these things hold a vibrational frequency that the Reader bonds with and again, this bonding or binding will take time.
I have been reading Tarot since 2004, but I haven’t been a professional Reader that long. I read the cards for friends and co-workers for two years before I “went pro” because the process takes practice and experience. Becoming a qualified Reader cannot happen overnight and I am sure that any other Reader worth their weight would agree with me.