Colon Hydrotherapy Equipment and Therapist Network

I-ACT Certification

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I-ACT Membership $ 150 / Level I – III Test Fees $75 each (paid separately)

Foundation Level I – 100 hours / 10 full days

    Pre-Requisites
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    • High School/GED or Degree/License
    • I-ACT Full Membership
    • Recommend – Receive 1-3 colonics

    The Following completed during Training

    • Pass A & P Pretest
    • 25 clients documented
    • 15 minute Presentation completed
    • Pass I-ACT Level I. Test
    • Proof of completing I-ACT 100 hour course**

    Member Must complete for Certification

    • CPR Certification
    • A & P Course (Post Secondary 3 Credits)
    • Photos of Facility
    • 1 copy of health history/questionnaire
    • Liability Insurance Completed

    ** Foundation Level I – Total Transcript Hrs = 100

    • Business & Ethics – 5 Hrs
    • Health & Sanitation – 5 Hrs
    • Anatomy & Physiology – 45 Hrs
    • Theory / History / Practice – 10 Hrs
    • Intership “Hands On” – 29.75 Hrs
    • Presentation – Oral – .25 Hr
    • Complementary – 5 Hrs

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Intermediate – Level II – 16 hours / 2 days

    Must Complete all of I-ACT – Level I

    • Non-Licensed medical providers must be Level I. for minimum of 6 months.
    • Pass Level II Test
    • Two years of practice OR 500 hours of training (Medical Health Care Degrees)
    • 30 minute presentation completed/evaluated

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Advanced – Level III – 30 hours / 3 days

    Must Have Completed Level I and Level II

    • Non-Licensed medical providers must be Level II. for minimum of 12 months.
    • Pass Level III Test
    • Three years of practice OR 1,000 hours of training

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Instructor Level – 60 hours / 5.5 days

    Must Have Completed all three levels above

    • Demonstrate three hours of teaching abilities @ an I-ACT School or I-ACT Regional Meeting – eight people evaluating is desired. (Presentation Outline and handouts must be sent to School very early for review)
    • Must Complete 60 Hour Course BEFORE presenting @ I-ACT Convention.
    • Demonstrate / Present at least One Hour at an I-ACT Convention ( Outline and handouts must be sent to I-ACT office prior to Convention )
    • 50 question & answer Test – multiple choice with source documentation

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Texas DSHS Lic.ME1495 / School Lic. MS0037

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U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA - Class II., Medical Systems) LIBBE Colon Hydrotherapy Systems also known as: colonics, Colon Irrigation, or high enemas are prescription medical devices and are approved only for colon cleansing, when medically indicated, such as before radiologic or endoscopic examinations. To purchase or use a LIBBE System and cleansing nozzles, a practitioner licensed by the laws of the state or country of the user, must direct the use by providing a prescription. If you do not have a licensed medical practitioner in your area, we will assist you with finding one.