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Foundation Certification

Please know and understand, once enrolled with I-ACT, all prerequisites, Cengage Learning Modules and Practical must be completed in a six (6) month period.

 

1. PREREQUISITES

 

a. The student must use an FDA registered device;

b. The student must document at least a high school diploma or GED;

c. I-ACT recommends the new student receive 1-3 colonics prior to the practical;

d. Please provide the instructor a current passport size photo;

e. The student must document a current CPR card.

 

 

2. CENGAGE ONLINE MODULES

 

Prior to entering into the in-person training, I-ACT recommends each student should complete:

 

i. All required prerequisites for entering the Professional Colon Hydrotherapy Training Course.

ii. Anatomy & Physiology (60 hours);

iii. Microbiology (25 hours);

iv. Intestinal Toxemia – Function vs. Dysfunction (14 hours);

v. Drug Interactions (10 hours).

vi. Colon Hydrotherapy History/Theory/Practice (30 hours);

vii. Complementary Modalities (5 hours).

viii. Business Ethics/Office Procedures (40 hours),

ix. Nutrition (16 hours).

 

 

PRACTICAL COURSE

 

Please call James now to discuss Training Dates that will accommodate your schedule.

 

 

4. NATIONAL BOARD

 

No later than six (6) months after registration with I-ACT and upon completion of the Practical, the student will register with the National Board for their Credentialing Exam.

 

Colorado Disclosure Statement: If you're seeking colon hydrotherapy anywhere in the state of Colorado, please be aware of SB13-215.  As of June 5, 2013, Colorado law requires each colon hydrotherapist be a member of and be certified by I-ACT to practice Colon Hydrotherapy ... Read More