BFSA EEG/QEEG Course

BFSA EEG/QEEG Course

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02/29/24 - 08/17/24
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Biofeedback Association of South Africa (BFSA) is offering a virtual EEG/QEEG 27-hour course (didactic, practical, and self study).

Modules are offered on various dates between 29 February 2024 and 17 August 2024.  To view the program as well as to see the payment tiers, please click HERE.

Kindly complete the registration form as soon as possible to assist with planning. You may do so by clicking HERE.

Assisting Neurofeedback and QEEG practitioners to a deeper level of understanding for beginners and advanced practitioners, suitable for BCIA recertification, and CPD points will be applied for.

This course is intended primarily for individuals training / practicing Neurofeedback or QEEG Assessment. Registration with an appropriate licensing Board, in a Health Professional Specialty (which enables practitioners to add NFB and QEEG as additional modalities to their practice), is a requirement. It is also open to other registered categories e.g. Psychologists, O.T,s etc. who may be interested in a basic, hands-on course.
Training in NFB and QEEG DOES NOT enable individuals to make a neurological diagnosis. This is the domain of Neurologists.
The main purpose of this course is to provide entry-level knowledge and practical competency in the domains of EEG acquisition, NFB and QEEG, addressing the overlap and differences between these disciplines, and providing a strong foundation for future specialized training of registered practitioners in these disciplines.
This course is NOT a NFB or QEEG qualification course, but it is viewed as preparatory training for the 36-hour BCIA and IQEEG Bootcamp courses. The latter still needs to be completed through accredited trainers to certify with the respective boards.
The only purpose of the course is to enhance knowledge, enabling clinicians to become better practitioners.

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