Columbus, Ohio: Practical Application of the Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview (In-person)
This Practical Application of FETI course includes three days of in-person instruction on the Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview methodology. At the core of this practice course is a live, interactive classroom experience with an Advanced Certified FETI Practitioner (CFP-A) as the instructor.
This training, hosted by the Center for Family Safety and Healing, will be in Columbus, Ohio at the Columbus Police Academy (1000 N Hague Ave, Columbus, OH 43204) on April 3 – 5, 2024 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm each day.
Travel, lodging, and other logistics are not facilitated by Certified FETI. Please see below for more detailed information about the course.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How can I enroll into this training event?
You can enroll into this event by purchasing the Practical Application of FETI (In-person) course. Once purchased you can select this event (or another of your choosing) on your dashboard. If you are an organization looking to send multiple people to this event, please email us at email@example.com and we can quickly assist you with enrollment.
Does this course certify me in FETI?
No, this course does not certify you as a Certified FETI Practitioner (CFP). This course is to practice the FETI Methodology that was learned during either the online FETI Methodology course or the in-person Introduction to FETI course. You do receive a certificate of completion for the Practical Application of FETI course if you are present for all instruction and complete all required coursework and exercises. To be certified as a FETI Practitioner (Basic, Intermediate or Advanced) you must participate in a separate process were you are evaluated to assess your proficiency and skill level utilizing the FETI Methodology. The Practical Application of FETI course is one of the best ways to prepare for that process.
What certificate do I receive after this course?
Each person who successfully completes the Practical Application of FETI course (is present for all instruction and completes all required coursework and exercises) receives a Certificate of Course Completion that outlines the course date and number of course hours.
Am I required to be present for all course instruction?
If you would like to receive a Certificate of Course Completion you will need to be present for all of the course instruction. This course begins promptly at 9:00 am each day and concludes at 5:00 pm. This includes the final day of training. We are unable to make exceptions for individual travel needs or professional obligations as the course curriculum cannot be tailored to specific individuals.
Is there food and beverage provided at this training?
Certified FETI does not provide food or beverages at their training courses. There are multiple breaks and a minimum of one hour allotted for lunch each day of training. Individual host agencies may choose to provide some catering but as that is not facilitated via Certified FETI we are unable to guarantee this offering. Attendees are not limited from bringing food and beverage items unless it is specifically noted in the Event Overview section.
I can no longer attend and the cancellation window has passed. Can a colleague go in my place?
Absolutely. We are happy to facilitate your registration being moved to an alternate person. Please keep in mind that the new registrant will need to meet any prerequisite requirements for the Practical Application of FETI course (online FETI Methodology Course or the in-person Introduction to FETI Course)..
About the Course
During the Practical Application of the Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview course attendees apply and practice the elements of the FETI Methodology – both as an interviewer and participant of an interview. This three-day, in-person classroom experience includes live examples of FETI interviews, guided interview instruction and practice, and interactive instructor feedback. Attendees experience and practice actual FETI interviews in front of other attendees who will offer critique facilitated by a Certified FETI Instructor.
All Interview Participants Share Real, Personal Experiences
Each attendee performs the role of interviewee (participant) multiple times during the course, sharing personal experiences chosen at their discretion. Certified FETI instructional courses are unique in that all our interview participants are not distracted with having to role play or memorize created scenarios. This allows each interview session to more accurately reflect how the FETI Methodology is utilized outside of a training environment and allows each attendee to experience what it is like to be interviewed in this style. Many attendees remark how valuable this part of the course was for them.
This course includes practical exercises, one-on-one practice interviews and group practice interviews along with comprehensive class discussion.
This course does not certify an attendee in FETI®. Non-participating attendees will be removed from the course with no refund of registration fee.
- Prerequisite: The FETI Methodology Course (Online), Introduction to FETI Course (In-person) or Accelerated FETI Course (In-person).
- Attendees must be present for the entire training, complete all written coursework and fully participate in all exercises and discussion to continue in the course and receive a certificate of completion.
- The event will be from 9-5pm each day (including the last day) and attendees that miss any portion of the event will not receive a certificate of completion.
- All cancellations must be submitted online through our website more than 21 days before the course begins.
- This training may contain content that depicts graphic images, video, and other media
- No dress code. Attendees are encouraged to adhere to their organization’s policy if applicable.
- Food and beverages are not provided, but there is an hour-long break for lunch as well as shorter breaks throughout the day.