Difference between revisions of "SDD Credit Point System"

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A [[Candidate SDD co-Facilitator]] needs at least 10 unit credits, which can be earned in the following ways:
 
A [[Candidate SDD co-Facilitator]] needs at least 10 unit credits, which can be earned in the following ways:
* Participant in an SDD 2 (max 4)
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* A Participant in a regular SDD earns 2 (max 4)
* Theoretical training 3 (max 6 earned in 2 or more SDD Schools)
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* Theoretical training in an SDD School or equivalent (e.g., apprenticeship with self-study) earns 3 (max 6 earned in 2 or more SDD Schools or equivalent processes)
* CSAP graduate 6
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* Serving as Broker for the organization of an SDD or SDD School earns 1 or 2 depending on complexity  (max 2)
* CSAP student 2 (max 4; depends on status and recommendations)
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* CSAP student who attends the SDD module earns 2 (max 4; depends on status and recommendations). A CSAP graduate can apply for 6 (not overlapping with credits earned for participation)
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A [[Certified SDD co-Facilitator]] needs at least 10 additional unit credits, which can be earned in the following ways:
 
A [[Certified SDD co-Facilitator]] needs at least 10 additional unit credits, which can be earned in the following ways:
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* Scientific publications 1 (max 2; depends on recommendations)
 
* Scientific publications 1 (max 2; depends on recommendations)
  
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<u>Note:</u>
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# Certificates are issued upon verification of at least 60% of credits required and payment of the certification fee.
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# Credits earned are shown on the certificate
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# Certification is valid provided the yearly membership fee is settled
  
 
[[Category:SDD Certification]]
 
[[Category:SDD Certification]]

Revision as of 07:02, 12 November 2017

The SDD Credit Point System documents the many alternatives ways by which any practitioner can earn credit for the SDD Certification Scheme. These are described below:

A Candidate SDD co-Facilitator needs at least 10 unit credits, which can be earned in the following ways:

  • A Participant in a regular SDD earns 2 (max 4)
  • Theoretical training in an SDD School or equivalent (e.g., apprenticeship with self-study) earns 3 (max 6 earned in 2 or more SDD Schools or equivalent processes)
  • Serving as Broker for the organization of an SDD or SDD School earns 1 or 2 depending on complexity (max 2)
  • CSAP student who attends the SDD module earns 2 (max 4; depends on status and recommendations). A CSAP graduate can apply for 6 (not overlapping with credits earned for participation)


A Certified SDD co-Facilitator needs at least 10 additional unit credits, which can be earned in the following ways:

  • Participant in an SDD 1 (max 2)
  • CogniscopeTM Operator 1 (max 2)
  • Co-facilitated SDDs 1 (max 2)
  • Broker 1 (max 2)
  • Member of KMT 1
  • SDD Reports 1 (max 2)
  • Research activities 1 (max 2; depends on recommendations)
  • Scientific publications 1 (max 2; depends on recommendations)

A Certified SDD Facilitator needs at least 10 additional unit credits, which can be earned in the following ways:

  • Participant in an SDD 1 (max 2)
  • Cogniscope Operator 1 (max 2)
  • Co-facilitated SDDs 1 (max 2)
  • Broker 1 (max 2)
  • Member of KMT 1
  • SDD Reports 1 (max 2)
  • Advanced theoretical 3 (earned in 2 or more SDD Schools)
  • Research activities 1 (max 2; depends on recommendations)
  • Scientific publications 1 (max 2; depends on recommendations)


Note:

  1. Certificates are issued upon verification of at least 60% of credits required and payment of the certification fee.
  2. Credits earned are shown on the certificate
  3. Certification is valid provided the yearly membership fee is settled