The Pua Illinois extension is a statewide organization that provides resources and support to PUA (pick up artist) communities in Illinois. The extension offers classes, workshops, and events to help members learn new techniques and improve their skills. It also provides support for members who want to start or join PUA groups in the state.
How can I qualify for the pua Illinois extension?
To qualify for the Pua Illinois extension, you must be a current member of the Pua Illinois chapter and have completed at least one workshop or seminar. You can also qualify if you are a dues-paying member of an affiliated organization that offers membership in the Pua Illinois chapter. Finally, you can qualify if you have been involved in PUA activity for at least two years.
Will I continue to receive unemployment benefits if I am eligible for the pua Illinois extension?
Yes, if you are eligible for the pua Illinois extension and meet all of the requirements. The extension will continue to provide benefits until your unemployment benefits run out or you find a new job. You may also be able to receive additional benefits through other government programs, such as food stamps or Medicaid. To learn more about unemployment benefits in Illinois, visit our website or call our office at (800) 927-7827.
How long will the pua Illinois extension last?
The Pua Illinois extension will last for four years.
There is no set date for when the extension will expire, but it is expected to end in 2021.
Once the extension expires, new PUA courses will not be available to students.
When will the pua Illinois extension start?
The Pua Illinois extension will start on October 1, 2021.
How do I apply for the pua Illinois extension?
To apply for the Pua Illinois extension, you will need to complete an online application form and submit it to the program coordinator. The application process can be a bit complicated, so be sure to read through the instructions carefully before starting. Once you have completed the application, you will need to provide supporting documentation such as letters of recommendation and résumés. Finally, you will need to take a certification exam. If all of this sounds like too much work, don’t worry – there are plenty of resources available on the internet that can help guide you through the process.
What are the requirements for the pua Illinois extension?
To be eligible for the Pua Illinois extension, you must:
-Be a member of the Professional Union of America (PUA)
-Have an active Pua Illinois chapter
-Be a licensed professional counselor or therapist in Illinois
-Have completed at least 40 hours of continuing education in professional counseling or therapy within the past two years. This can include courses offered by your state board, college, or other approved provider. You must also have documentation to prove that you have taken and passed the course.
-Submit an application form and pay the $50 annual fee.
The requirements for becoming a licensed professional counselor or therapist in Illinois are as follows:
-Must be a graduate of an accredited college or university with a degree in psychology, social work, counseling, psychiatry, marriage and family therapy, human development/developmental psychology, or another mental health field recognized by the American Psychological Association (APA). You do not need to complete any clinical internship prior to graduation if you are already licensed as a psychologist in another state. If you are not currently licensed as a psychologist in another state but have completed at least one year of full time graduate level study leading to licensure as a psychologist which included coursework in social work theory and practice AND supervised clinical experience totaling at least 100 hours (or equivalent), then you may apply without completing an internship. Please note that if applying without completing an internship you will need to provide proof of your licensing from your home state.)
If you are currently working as a registered psychiatric nurse practitioner (RPN), certified nurse midwife (CNM), certified mental health nurse practitioner (CMHP), occupational therapist assistant (OTA), physical therapist assistant (PTA), speech language pathologist assistant (SLPA), or other allied health professional who has been granted prescriptive authority by their licensing board authorizing them to prescribe medication(s) for psychiatric conditions then you may apply for licensure after meeting all other requirements listed above with one exception: You will not be eligible to take the written exam required for licensure if your license is based on prescribing medication(s). Instead, you will need to provide documentation from your licensing board that authorizes you to prescribe medication(s)for psychiatric conditions.
What is the eligibility period for the pua Illinois extension?
The eligibility period for the pua Illinois extension is from January 1, 2021 to December 31, 2021.