I-ACT Certified Training for Instructor Level
Prerequisites (must be completed before training)
1. Must have a high school diploma/GED, or equivalent
2. Must have postsecondary education level A&P (equivalent to 3 semester hours)
3. Must have a current CPR card
4. Recommendation – each new student should have received 1 – 3 colonics prior to entering training
5. Individual may not enter training for the Instructor Level (Level 4) until they have been fully certified by I-ACT at the Advanced Level.
6. Each Instructor candidate must attend an Instructor training class put on by an I-ACT Instructors or an I-ACT School
1. Must be certified, by I-ACT, at the Advanced Level and be a Full I-ACT Member.
2. Must attend a mandatory 60 hour (in the classroom) instructor training course put on by an I-ACT School or I-ACT Instructor.
3. Demonstrate 3 hours of teaching on Foundation or Intermediate Level Anatomy & Physiology at an I-ACT approved school or with an I-ACT instructor during an approved I-ACT Instructor Course.
4. Must demonstrate one hour of teaching at an I-ACT Convention – eight people in attendance desired.
5. Submit outline of teaching to the I-ACT office prior to the convention (no later than April 30).
6. Write a test of 50 questions on Colon Hydrotherapy Anatomy & Physiology -multiple choice (A, B, C, & D)- with answers (provide correct answer on separate pages and also provide source documentation for each question). The source documents must be college level A&P Manuals, Gray’s Anatomy, or the CIBA Collection – Digestive System (for example – NOT study guides) – Submit this test to I-ACT.
7. Student will bring to the Convention the textbooks, class handouts, enrollment application, enrollment agreement, A&P review exam, evaluation forms, lesson plans, schedule, and the certificate of training completion that they will be using in their class.
8. Sign the Instructor Oath.