MSCEIT Individual Learning Course
Our MSCEIT Certification workshops contain lecture, activities, exercises, role plays and discussion. While, as for most training workshops, some of the best learning occurs within your break-out groups with fellow participants, we offer you an option to get MSCEIT certified through individualized learning. Here is how it works.
First, we trade emails to determine your objectives in the course and to determine whether the distance option makes sense for you. If it does, we schedule a time to discuss your interests, skills and training needs. Second, you take the MSCEIT and then get an hour-plus phone feedback session. (If you are outside the US, we generally use Skype for all sessions.)
Third, you complete some online learning and reading. Our online materials provide a great background on MSCEIT history and psychometrics. It is not a flashy course, but does provide you with a critical base for further work with the MSCEIT.
Fourth, we email you several files: a slide deck, sample MSCEIT reports, MSCEIT Feedback Slides, MSCEIT Feedback Script, and give you access to our online feedback process. (These are the same materials you would get if you took the classroom-based course.)
Fifth, we schedule multiple phone sessions to review the materials and to practice giving MSCEIT feedback. Doing this on the phone is perfect as our materials are designed for remote feedback.
Then, at the end of the formal, interactive component, you give the MSCEIT to a person you know, analyze the results, send your feedback plan to us, we comment, and then you give the feedback to your client, and report back to us about how it went. That's it!
And, just like the classroom-based course, we remain available to you for support and help.
How long does this all take? Depends on your schedule and our schedule, but probably several weeks (at least). We could accelerate the learning but our experience is that people need time to read and process the information. How much does it cost? We charge the same for distance learning as we do for classroom courses.