June 17-19, 2013, Triangle Area: Chapel Hill, Durham, Raleigh, Cary, NC
ACT I: Is the first step towards certification and introduces Perceptual Control Theory (PCT) principles and applications with emphasis on personal self-evaluation and professional applications.
ACT II: further explores the theory, with applications and skills.
ACT III: involves a brief presentation and role plays that demonstrate knowledge of PCT and its applications.
The four-day, hands-on sessions includes connecting activities, small group work, discussions, and practice using role-playing and self-evaluation exercises. This seminar is a prerequisite for the ACT I Practicum and ACT II Intensive Seminar. Acts II and Acts III will also be offered.
Tuition, Accommodations, and Meals: Tuition for each seminar is $590 per participant, which includes all teaching materials. Participants are responsible for hotel accomoodations and meals. Due to limited space, payment must accompany registration.
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Intensive Seminars in Applied Control Theory: sponsored in conjunction with the International Association for Applied Control Theory, are designed to teach the principles of PCT and how to apply them personally and professionally. These four-day, hands-on sessions include connecting activities, small group work, discussion, and practice using role-play and self-evaluation exercises. Learning to apply the principles derived from PCT requires time, commitment, and practice. The ACTs build upon one another, providing participants with both analytical as well as practical problem-solving skills.