My answer is yes. Check her out on facebook. She has 5000+ followers and has enabled comments - that builds confidence. See https://www.facebook.com/dymphna.boholt?fref=ts
Dymphna is smart and has solid knowledge and a significant following. As an accountant she has a great understanding of asset protection (its scary). Does she use all the tricks of the trade in salesmanship - definitely yes. You will feel tempted to join now or miss out on the deal. Does she belief in what she teaches, care about people and does her training work for others ? Yes, for many that are willing to work hard it will work. A word of caution: The sales pitch used paints a dream in the boldest colors and borders on recklessness. You can form you own opinion with her latest free seminar (Oct 2013) http://www.cashflowcapital.com.au/ks/ .
Is it worth ca $5k or whatever it is. Maybe. There are cheaper ways to get there, but you will have to create your own buzz. Are you clever on the internet and self motivated ? Then you can try books and forums first. When you join Dymphna you pay for the motivational support, access to the webinars and investors network (Student JV's) and that's where the biggest value add is.
How big should you spend ? That's your call. My best advise here is delay spending - do not succumb to the masterful sales psychology. Take the application form and go home to do your due diligence. Start slow if you are a novice and when you are ready you can always call up and order the deal. Don't believe that Dymphna's offer is only good during the seminar and even if they say so there will always be another seminar coming up. If you can't afford ca 5k or if you have investor friends that can coach you then don't spend your money (at least not now). Most important thing is to find out what sort of an investor you want to be. Then find your properties - diy with Investar, hit the ground if you can be physically present or use a buyers agent. If you can't manufacture equity you may want to consider NRAS or buy direct from a developer into a passive development deal.