The Importance of an Up-to-Date Membership
A major focus of EFT International’s mission is to spread quality EFT to the world through training and credentialing that meet high standards of excellence. Our EFT Practitioners and Trainers have gained their Accredited Certified credentials through comprehensive training courses and the extensive work required through EFTi certification and accreditation.
The training and certification process is a demanding one. Once you have achieved Accredited Certified Practitioner or Trainer status with EFT International, please do not let your valuable credentials expire.
As one of the major EFT credentialing bodies in the world, EFT International holds our Practitioner and Trainer members to high standards and professional renewal requirements every year. Members who are using their EFT International Accredited Certified Practitioner, Advanced Practitioner, Master Trainer or Master Trainer of Trainers credentials must renew their EFTi membership on time annually. If a member lets their membership expire and/or neglects to complete their annual requirements of mentoring and CPD, their Accredited credential with EFT International will no longer be valid and cannot be used professionally.
Annual Requirements for EFT International Practitioners and Trainers
Every EFTi Practitioner-level and Trainer-level member is responsible for 6 hours of annual mentoring with an EFTi Trainer or Approved Mentor and 30 hours of CPD (Continuing Professional Development). Members fill out a Mentoring and CPD report each year as a part of the renewal process. This form will appear on the Renew page 30 days before the due date membership renewal. Read more about Annual Mentoring and CPD Requirements.