How to be Certified by I-ACT
Exams and their requirements


 

The Foundation Level

Prerequisites
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

Requirements:
1. Either provide proof (by transcript) of completing a 100 hour course of Colon Hydrotherapy training from an I-ACT approved School and/or an I-ACT Certified Instructor; or proof of a minimum of one year of practice with documentation of at least 100 colon hydrotherapy sessions - If the one year practice is used, that person must attend an 8 hour course put on by an I-ACT Instructor or I-ACT School and meet the prerequisite requirements listed above.
2. Must be a Full I-ACT Member in good standing.
3. Must send your resume and proof of all related education; Seminars completed, degrees and experience in both practice and theory. (Copies Please).
4. Must send pictures of your facility showing: waiting area, Colon Hydrotherapy room, bathroom, etc...
5. Must send a blank copy of your Health Questionnaire. (Intake Form)
6. Must carry Liability Insurance (if desired) / provide a copy of the policy front page (or a statement saying you do not wish to carry insurance).
7. Must do a 15 minute presentation on colon hydrotherapy during class.
8. Must pay for, take and pass an I-ACT Level 1 written exam.

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The Intermediate Level

Prerequisites
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 Intermediate Level (Level 2) until they have been fully certified by I-ACT at the Foundation Level (Level 1) for a minimum of 6 months. (see the option for the licensed healthcare provider listed below)

Requirements:
1. Must be certified, by I-ACT, at the Foundation Level for a minimum of six (6) months.
2. Licensed Healthcare providers may take the Level 2 exam upon showing proof they have received at least 500 hours of in classroom training, or have two years working on the public under the scope of practice of their license.
3. Make any corrections on your resume - update continuing education, recent seminars, etc...
4. Share for 30 minutes, choose A, B, or C:*
  A: Take us on a video journey with your client as you teach them how they may assist themselves during a session.
  B: Read your essay of 3000 words in personal experience.
  C: Demonstrate the expertise you have developed through your work in Colon Hydrotherapy.
5. Must take and pass the I-ACT Intermediate Level 2 Exam.

*Above presentations may be at an I-ACT approved school, a regional seminar, or an I-ACT Convention - eight people in attendance desired.

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The Advanced Level

Prerequisites
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 Advanced Level (Level 3) until they have been fully certified by I-ACT at the Intermediate Level (Level 2) for a minimum of 1 year. (see the option for the licensed healthcare provider listed below)

Requirements:
1. Must be certified by I-ACT at the Intermediate Level for a minimum of 1 year, and must be a full member of I-ACT
2. Licensed Healthcare providers may take the Level 3 exam upon showing proof they have received at least 1000 hours of in classroom training, or have three years of experience working on the public under the scope of practice of their license.
3. Must take and pass the I-ACT Advanced Level 3 Exam.

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The Instructor Level

Prerequisites
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

Requirements:
1. Must be certified, by I-ACT, at the Advanced Level and be a Full I-ACT Member.
2. 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.
3. Must demonstrate one hour of teaching at an I-ACT Convention - eight people in attendance desired.
4. Submit outline of teaching to the I-ACT office at least 1 month prior to the convention.
5. 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). Submit this test to I-ACT.
6. 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.

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Contact Info

International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy
P.O. Box 461285, San Antonio, TX 78246-1285
Office: 210-366-2888
Fax: 210-366-2999
Web: www.i-act.org

 

Many students receive their anatomy and physiology required study through an on-line course, contact:

Victoria Dauer (point of contact at the time)
(800) 893-3367 & (909) 592-7123
Fax (909) 592-0102

Physical Address:
University of Natural Medicine
109 N. Exchange Place
San Dimas, CA 91773

Post Office Box:
P.O. Box 3300
San Dimas, CA 91773

Email: info@universitynaturalmedicine.org
Web: www.universitynaturalmedicine.org

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