Intensive Seminars in Applied Control Theory, sponsored in conjunction with the International Association for Applied Control Theory, are designed to teach the principles of Perceptual Control Theory and how to apply them personally and professionally. These four-day, hands-on sessions include connecting activities, small group work, discussion, and practice using role-play and self-evaluation exercises. The June 2013 seminars will be held at Hopewell Academy in Cary, NC.
ACT I Intensive Seminar June 17-19, 2013, Triangle Area, NC
ACT II Intensive Seminar June 17-19, 2013, Triangle Area, NC
ACT III Intensive Seminar (Certification) June 17-19, 2013, Triangle Area, NC
Prerequisites: ACT II Intensive Seminar and ACT II Practicum. In ACT III, participants deliver a short presentation on how they have applied the principles of PCT personally or professionally. These presentations demonstrate working knowledge of PCT and how to apply it in one's life, whether at home or at work.