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  Virtual Calls: FAQ's

What do I do if I miss a virtual training call?

To receive credit for a missed call, please complete the following two steps:

Step One: Watch the Call Recording and Submit Documentation

Call recordings are available on Teachable within 24 hours of the call. If you miss a call, you’re required to watch the recording and send an email to liat@learninginaction.com responding to the questions outlined below. Please put the following in the subject line: {Your First and Last Name} followed by the {Name and Date of the Call}. Subject Line Example: Suzie Johnson - Self Study Call - June 15, 2017

Teleclass Recording Documentation

To receive credit for listening to a recorded teleclass answer the following questions in a few sentences:

  1. Name of Call
  2. Date of Call
  3. What were some of the key insights from the teleclass?
  4. What was the most helpful part of the teleclass?
  5. What additional questions do you have?

Step 2: Complete Call Worksheet

You’re also required to submit the worksheet associated with the call you missed within 1 week of the original date of the call.

What if I can’t make either of the data hunch calls?

To become a certified EQP practitioner you must present your data hunches and receive feedback from a EQP Trainer. Each cohort has 2 data hunch calls, giving you 2 opportunities to present you data hunches and receive feedbac. We realize that sometimes life happens, causing you to miss both data hunch calls. If you do indeed miss both calls, you must set-up 30 minutes of independent time with a EQP trainer, to present your data hunches and receive feedback. To cover the admin and trainer fees, you will be charged $100 for the one-to-one time.

To book time with a trainer, please email: liat@learninginaction.com

Do I have to participate using video technology?

Yes! Please be sure to download the ZOOM application prior to our first call together and be prepared to engage with your training cohort via video. Using video keeps the cohort engaged and creates an optimal space for learning.If you are new to Zoom, here is a brief tutorial on how to use Zoom and prepare for your upcoming video call: ZOOM Tutorial . "


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