Originally Posted by bud heishman
What are your thoughts on including a certain level of understanding of this concept in level I, II, III exams during movement analysis?
I believe it's important, but I also believe that there are logistical obstacles for incorporating this into exams. However, PSIA's divisional structure does work in favor of such an endeavor. There are less people to convince to take action in order to try out the concept. All you need to do is find one division that is willing to try. If it's successful, it will be much easier to get other divisions to get on the bandwagon.
I don't know if the movement analysis section of an exam is the best place to incorporate this. Logistically, it can be difficult to see this kind of stuff/ set it up in typical on hill exam scenarios. Politically, it will be hard to have this activity consume a signification time portion of the exam. Getting it in as a technical question on written exams and as an official scoring criteria element for on hill MA sessions may be more doable.
I'd also like to see an accreditation for this. I believe that it would be easier sell to the membership demographic.
Another thing I'd like to see is a TPS article and a training video.
The more venues you hit, the better chances of long term success.