Continuing Education Grievance Procedure
Grievances regarding this program should be submitted directly to the Chair of the Division 44 CE Committee, Justin Martino-Harms, PsyD, email@example.com, within 48 hours of completing the program.
NOTE: The Division CE Committee shall serve as a complaint panel for resolving any disputes or dissatisfaction generated by CE participants. The dispute resolution mechanism is as follows: The complainant will be offered the opportunity to present a written statement of the complaint and the desired outcome (e.g. refund of fees, awarding of withheld credits, etc.) The CE provider will be permitted an opportunity to comment in writing on the petition. The complainant will be provided a copy of the response and be permitted a final set of written comments on the response. All three documents will be reviewed by the CE Committee, which shall then render a finding and take appropriate action. The CE Committee’s actions shall only be subject to an appeal to the Division Executive Committee upon an allegation that these procedures were not followed or if the aggrieved party’s complaints are not against the CE provider, but against the CE Committee itself. In the latter case, the Division 44 Executive Committee will serve as the hearing body.
Division 44 is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. Division 44 maintains responsibility for the program.