Once you have achieved the status of CT/RTC you can attend a Faculty Program to become a Faculty Member of The Institute.
The purpose of these programs is to ensure that faculty members who represent The Institute have the appropriate knowledge and skills to teach in The Institute certification process.
The role of the Faculty Program Consultant is central to the process because the mentoring in the field replaces one or two phases previously done in a structured group training session. Consequently a faculty member must complete the Faculty Program Consultant Application and then be approved as a Faculty Program Consultant.
There are three levels of faculty status:
For a complete description of the process please refer to the chart below and the following documents:
Each stage builds on the previous one, i.e. one must be a Practicum Supervisor before starting a program to become a Basic Week Instructor. Each Faculty Program consists of preparation, training, practice and endorsement.
List of upcoming Practicum Supervisor trainings can be found in the password protected area of the website.
Once you have achieved the status of Advanced Practicum Supervisor you can attend a Faculty Program to become a Basic Instructor.
For a complete description of the process please refer to the chart and syllabus below.
The minimum requirement for beginning the process to become Senior Faculty is that you have a Masters Degree and have taught at least ten Basic Trainings, half of which have been conducted alone.
There are two phases to this process: a CD or MP3 audio recording and a DVD of role-plays and self-evaluation. (For more information on the steps involved in each phase, click here)
1. The FIRST step is to submit an Application (click here) with fee to the Arizona address noted on Application Form.
2. Answer five questions on CD or MP3. (Click here)
3. Have CD or MP 3 reviewed by Senior Faculty Member who is current.
Institute Fee: $925.00 US
1. Once CD or MP3 is approved, create a good quality DVD of your role-playing with a voluntary and involuntary client.
2. Have DVD reviewed by a different Senior Faculty Member who submits comments and DVD to Pat Robey for final review.