Certification Course Entry Requirements

This course is designed for high level practitioners:

All delegates must have a degree, e.g., B.A.; B.Sc. Having knowledge & experience in the administration and interpretation of psychometric measures is very helpful.

The course is based more on knowledge than on skills, and a large percentage of the material is at post-graduate degree level. It is mainly delivered as lectures, but there are also practical periods, discussions with exercises and Q&A sessions.

To be certificated, participants must attend the entire course – not a minute can be missed – and must pass the end of course exam. There will be evening work on days 2 to 4 which must be completed and will be assessed.

The pre-course reading includes the recent book ‘Adaption-Innovation: in the context of Diversity and Change’ – of which chapters 1 – 3 are critical. You can buy the book from our online shop here (opens in new window).

To maintain your qualification you will need to attend an Advanced Workshop every four years, and have administered at least 50 KAIs over each four year period (otherwise full re-certification is required).*

*not applicable to certification prior to 1996