EFTi Certification

To receive accreditation as an EFT International Certified Practitioner or Advanced Practitioner, students need to successfully complete the following activities within 12 months of the completion of their EFT Level 2 or Level 3 training or refresher course.

The requirements are very similar for both EFT Practitioner and EFT Advanced Practitioner.

  1. Become a member of EFT International if you are not already. A Practitioner-Candidate must be an EFTi member to access the exam and generally joins as an EFT Student member at this time.
  2. Pass an on-line Multiple Choice exam which can only be accessed from the EFT International website. The answers to the exam should include material covered during your Level 1 and 2 training courses (or Level 3 training for Advanced Practitioner) and may be found within the training manual provided. Students are given 3 attempts to achieve the 80% pass mark and results are sent directly to the student. The EFTi will also have access to the results for audit purposes. There is a small administration fee for the exam which is paid at the time that the exam is taken.
  3. Complete 50 Practice Sessions: To become certified, students must now complete a minimum of 50 practice sessions of 45 minutes or longer, with at least 20 different individuals. To ensure that as certified practitioners and advanced practitioners you have actual working experience and not just classroom knowledge of EFT. You will have to keep a log of your practice sessions.
  4. Submit Four Case Studies: Submit to the trainer a minimum of four written case studies (four x one hour sessions). One of these studies should be self-work. The studies should demonstrate knowledge and application of skills gained during Level 1 and Level 2 training (or Level 3 training for Advanced Practitioner). An example Case Study and Case Study Guideline booklet will be supplied to each student by the Trainer to assist case study work. The Trainer will mark the studies and offer feedback and support as required.
  5. Submit a complete EFT session: The trainer will have to observe and evaluate a full EFT session from each student. In place of a live, in-person session, the trainer may instead allow and evaluate a video- OR audio-recording of a live session. The live session (and follow-up discussion) will then count as one of the mandatory case studies.
  6. Receive a minimum of six hours supervision/mentoring Attend six hours of either one to one, or group, supervision with any EFTi Approved Supervisor. This can be conducted face to face, over the phone, via Skype, webinar or email.
  7. Complete any additional, discretionary requirements as outlined by the EFTi Master Trainer / Supervising Mentor during the certification process. Mentors may require additional client sessions / practice hours, 1-to-1 mentoring meetings or case studies as needed to complete their assessment.

While these criteria may seem to be a lot of work, completing them will give the student the confidence that they can work well with clients, and that the client who seeks out an Accredited EFT Practitioner or Advanced EFT Practitioner can have the confidence that they will be seeing a skilled practitioner.

Important: Undertaking the EFTi Certification process does not guarantee that the candidate will be certified as an EFT Practitioner or EFT Advanced Practitioner. The candidate must demonstrate their competency to practice EFT skilfully, professionally and ethically before a certificate can be awarded.

Once the Practitioner-Candidate has successfully completed all of the requirements and the Supervising Mentor (usually the trainer) is confident that they have sufficient knowledge of EFT skills and the experience to use them safely with clients, the trainer will give issue them an EFT Practitioner or EFT Advanced Practitioner Certificate as appropriate.

The Supervising Mentor will then inform the EFTi Membership Secretary that all requirements have been met. The Membership Secretary will then invite the Candidate (via email) to upgrade their membership on EFT International.org from EFT Student to AAMET Accredited Certified EFT Practitioner (or from Accredited Certified EFT Practitioner to Accredited Certified Advanced EFT Practitioner as appropriate)

The Practical Wellbeing Certification Process

To assist candidate practitioners the certification process I use consists of the following steps.

  1. The candidate signs up with me for certification.
  2. If they haven’t already, the candidate joins EFT International as a student member (£25 for the year)
  3. As a member of EFT International the candidate can access to the certification materials, including practice log and case study manuals.
  4. I recommend that the candidate starts logging and writing case studies as soon as they can. If necessary I will do what I can to help find tapping subjects for them.
  5. The candidate completes and submits the first two case studies within three months of starting the accreditation process and the final two case studies within six months of starting the process. This is to make sure there isn’t a mad dash by candidate to complete them and mad dash by me to mark them before the one-year time limit expires.
  6. We will schedule the two 30 minute mini supervisions for month 3 and month 6 of the process so we can discuss your case studies and other matters arising.
  7. The candidate may take the online exam at any time during the year.

EFT Practitioner & Advanced EFT Practitioner Certification Package

If you wish to apply for EFT International Practitioner or Advanced EFT Practitioner Accreditation you will need to sign up for the Certification Support Package which includes:

  • The marking and feedback for the 4 required in-depth case studies
  • In depth review and discussion of recorded / live session.
  • One 60 minute or 2 x 30 minute review of progress before certification.

The Certification Support Package costs £125 and requires a £50 non-refundable deposit followed by a £75 payment for the review of case studies / recorded session.

The purpose of the training and the certification process is to guarantee that candidate-practitioners are skilled enough to work with a wide range of issues with their clients. You can read more about this in Your Life In Their Hands?

Important: The EFT Practitioner Certificate or Advanced EFT Practitioner Certificate will only be issued on successful completion of all the requirements as assessed by the Trainer or Supervising Mentor.

Maintaining Accreditation Status

To maintain EFTi Accredited, Certified EFT (Advanced) Practitioner status, members must fulfil annual CPD and supervision/mentoring requirements.

  • The CPD (Continuous Professional Development) requirements are 30 hours of EFT-related study (i.e. videos, workshops, books, audio presentations, etc.)
  • The Supervision/Mentoring requirements are 6 hours annual mentoring (as an individual or in a group of 8 or less) with an EFTi Master Trainer or an Approved Supervisor (a Certified, Advanced EFT Practitioner who has been approved by EFTi to offer annual Supervision / Mentoring).

These requirements are to ensure that practitioners are able to provide a high quality of EFT to their clients.

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