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Becoming an Instructor:
In order to become a BE-Print for Living Instructor the first step is to complete the certification process. Most individuals achieve Certification through a five-step process:

  1. BE-Print I - (ACT I) - An Intensive Seminar in Applied Control Theory

  2. BE-Print I Coaching - (ACT I Coaching)

  3. BE-Print II - (ACT II)

  4. BE-Print II Coaching - (ACT II Coaching)

  5. BE-Print III Accreditation (ACT III)

  6. BE-Print Instructors Course
     

If you have already been certified by the International Association of Applied Control Theory you must also complete an intensive two-day BE-Print for Instructors seminar. Participants can also achieve certification through other leadership training programs, life skills courses, and participation in a variety of other training programs. Though the curriculum of these courses may vary, they must meet the high standards and criteria set forth by the IAACT and BE-Print organizations as a whole.
 

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Seminar Course Descriptions


BE-Print I - (ACT I) - An Intensive Seminar in Applied Control Theory


BE-Print I is a three-day seminar intended for those with little or no exposure to the BE-Print System or Perceptual Control Theory (PCT). The emphasis in this seminar is on the individual. Development of the first two components of the BE-Print and learning the basics of PCT and the core principles of its applications form the basis for this seminar. Intimate small-group work provides participants with an opportunity to integrate concepts by practicing their newly acquired skills personally and professionally. Other seminar activities include self-discovery exercises, discussions, problem-solving, viewing videos, reading, lecturing, and planning for implementation of the ideas and techniques studied. To allow for skill acquisition, BE-Print I is limited to 15 participants per instructor. This seminar meets the requirements for Applied Control Theory I (ACT I) as set forth by the International Association of Applied Control Theory.


BE-Print Coaching I
 - (ACT I Coaching)
**Prerequisite: BE-Print I

The goal of the introductory coaching experience is to assist participants in becoming familiar with the use of the basic concepts of living their individual BE-Print and applying Perceptual Control Theory (PCT) through practice and journaling.

  • Fifteen hours of coaching with an approved BE-Print for Living Coach.

  • Setting : small-group, one-to-one, online or via telephone

  •  Verification of the BE-Print Coaching II must accompany registration for BE-Print III Accreditation.

  • Group sessions arranged for four or more eligible participants.

 Please contact the BE-Print for Living office for more information.


BE-Print II - (ACT II)
**Prerequisite: Intro to BE-Print & BE-Print Practicum/Coaching

BE-Print II is a three-day seminar designed to further develop, refine and complete an individual’s BE-Print. Participants will explore the complexity of Perceptual Control Theory (PCT) and learn additional applications in both familiar and unfamiliar contexts in order to generalize PCT applications. Developing habits, rituals and routines for living the BE-Print are an integral part of this seminar. Seminar activities include self-discovery exercises, discussions, problem-solving, viewing videos, reading, lecturing, and planning for implementation of the ideas and techniques studied. Each BE-Print II is limited to 15 participants per instructor to provide individual consultation. This seminar meets the requirements for Applied Control Theory II (ACT II) as set forth by the International Association of Applied Control Theory.


BE-Print Coaching II - (ACT II Coaching)
**Prerequisite: BE-Print II

The goal of advanced coaching is to assist participants in living the BE-Print and becoming skilled in implementing concepts based on Perceptual Control Theory (PCT) through practice. Participants will concentrate on case-study scenarios and focus on learning ways to provide feedback in accordance with the principles of Perceptual Control Theory (PCT). Participants will develop the ability to deliver a short presentation that demonstrates the integration of PCT in a familiar context.

  • Fifteen hours of coaching with an approved BE-Print for Living Coach.

  • Setting : small-group, one-to-one, online or via telephone

  •  Verification of the BE-Print Coaching II must accompany registration for BE-Print III Accreditation.

  • Group sessions arranged for four or more eligible participants.



BE-Print III Accreditation - (ACT III Accreditation)
**Prerequisite: BE-Print II & BE-Print II Coaching

BE-Print III Accreditation is a four-day celebration and learning experiences designed to complete the certification process. During the seminar, practice and demonstration of facilitating self-evaluation in a safe learning environment will enhance participants skills in application of concepts they have learned. The highlight of BE-Print III is the sharing of individuals life changing experiences through short presentations on a concept of Perceptual Control Theory (PCT), as it applies to the BE-Print System. BE-Print Accreditation aligns with the Certification offered through The International Association of Applied Control Theory (IAACT grants certification to those who have proven competence in understanding and applying PCT). When you complete the BE-Print for Living Accreditation, dual certification will be awarded.


BE-Print Instructors Course

If you have already received accreditation and certification through IAACT and want to become a BE-Print for Living Instructor, you must complete this two-day seminar. The focus of this learning experience will be an understanding and development of an individual BE-Print. In addition, participant will strengthen understanding of Perceptual Control Theory (PCT), as it applies specifically to the BE-Print System and product line. Participants will teach one component of a specific BE-Print for a familiar audience as part of the course.
 

 

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