American Psychological Association recognition for Contextual Consulting training

We have great news for members and associate members of the American Psychological Association (APA): Contextual Consulting is now approved by the APA to sponsor continuing education (CE) for psychologists. This means that any live or on-demand training you undertake with us will be recognised with a full APA CE certificate.

How do I get my CE certificate?

You can continue to book your training as usual and you’ll find the number of CE units listed on each training page. Each hour of training equates to 1 CE unit (or CEU).  Following the live training you’ll have to complete an evaluation form and we’ll issue your certificate. For on-demand training there’s an additional post course test to complete as well as an evaluation form before the certificate is issued. You’ll find full details of how this works in practice here.

You can continue to book your training as usual, and you’ll find the number of CE units listed on each training page. Each hour of training equates to one CE unit (or CEU). After the live training, you’ll need to complete an evaluation form, and we’ll issue your certificate. For on-demand training, you’ll need to complete an additional post-course test, as well as an evaluation form, before the certificate is issued. You’ll find full details of how this works in practice here.

More about the American Psychological Association

The APA is the leading scientific and professional organisation representing psychology in the United States and Canada, although you can be an associate member if you live outside of North America. APA members are doctoral-level psychologists who work in myriad settings, including research, private practice, K-12 schools, hospitals, the armed forces, court systems, prisons, business, and the VA. Associates include psychology students, teachers of psychology, other mental health professionals, and psychologists who live outside of the United States and Canada.

With more than 146,000 members, the aim of the association is to promote psychological science to benefit society and improve lives. Read more about the organisation here.

 

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Contextual Consulting is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education (CE) for psychologists. Contextual Consulting maintains responsibility for the program and its content. CE credits are required for North America practitioners to maintain their licences and registrations.  CE certificates confirm the number of credits received for a given workshop.

 

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