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FAQs: Level II Training

By Psychotrauma Clinic  in  
March 27, 2016
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1.) I was not able to attend the PFA Level I Training last October 24 but I have attended a training on PFA conducted by the PTC, can I attend the Level II Training?

Yes, you may attend the Level II Training provided you pass the Qualifying Test, submit the pre-training requirements, and you submit a proof of attendance of our previous PFA Trainings. If you qualify, you will be on wait-list since the priority is for those who attended the Level I Training last October 24.

2.) I was not able to attend the PFA Level I Training last October 24 but I have attended a training on PFA conducted by other institutions, can I attend the Level II Training?

Yes, you may attend the Level II Training provided you pass the Qualifying Test and submit the pre-training requirements. Please e-mail us at pfa@ustpsychotrauma.org a copy of your certificate of participation and a brief summary/details of the training you have attended so we can evaluate the program. If you qualify, you will be on wait-list since the priority is for those who attended the Level I Training last October 24.

3.) Should I submit the pre-training requirements together with my confirmation of attendance?

Not necessarily. You may confirm your attendance first through the link we sent to your e-mail and then submit the requirements on or before April 20, 2016. The confirmation of attendance is now open and we highly recommend you confirm your slot since we have a limited slot for this Level II training.

4.) What if I cannot find an individual or a group with whom I can conduct a PFA Session? How will I submit my pre-training requirements on time?

We understand that it is difficult to find individuals or groups who have experienced a recent traumatic event. In case you are having a difficulty, you may schedule an appointment with us at the Psychotrauma Clinic where we will arrange a simulated and supervised PFA Session as an alternative to an actual PFA Session. Please call (02) 406-1611 local 4012 or e-mail us at pfa@ustpsychotrauma.org for more details.

5.) What are the guidelines regarding the audio/video recording of the PFA Session?

We are bound ethically to obtain from the patient/client a written consent indicating their agreement that the session is going to be recorded either by audio or visual means. If the recording is in audio format, we require that you submit a photo as proof of the session. In both taking the photo and in video recording, we uphold the privacy and confidentiality of the patient/client, hence, we recommend that the angle of the shot is behind the individual to protect their identity. Utmost regard for the security of the recordings should be observed.

6.) How do I submit the audio/video recording?

You may submit the audio/video recording in person by visiting the Psychotrauma Clinic. In any case that you may not be able to visit us prior to the deadline, please submit the PFA Session Report via e-mail and indicate when you can submit the recordings.

7.) What if I cannot have a PFA Session prior to April 20, but I can have one prior to the Training dates, can I still join the training?

This will depend if we still have slots available. Please contact us immediately for any concerns so we can assist you.

8.) I have registered for the Training but I have not received a copy of my Ticket, how can I get a copy?

Please call us at the Psychotrauma Clinic or send us an e-mail so we can send you a copy of the ticket.

9.) Can I bring a digital copy of the ticket in lieu of the printed copy?

Yes. Our ticketing system is an on-line based platform. As long as the QR Code is visible on your digital copy and device, we can accept that. The QR Code on the ticket will be scanned during registration, check-in, and check-out to monitor attendance.

10.) I have attended the Level I Training last October 24, 2015 but I have not received any e-mail regarding my score or my qualification for the Level II, can I attend the Level II Training?

Please contact us via phone or e-mail so we can update you regarding this concern.

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  1. RAQUEL CANTOS says:

    Is there a required time limit/duration in conducting the PFA?

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