Who Rules EPA?
The governing body for EPA is the European Polygraph Association, who accredits this academy and has certified that there is adequate instructional material and academic resources for high quality training in psychophysiological detection of deception.
The Israeli Computerized Polygraph Association (ICPA) and several other recognized organizations have supported the validation of EPA’s curriculum framework.
Can anyone enroll in our Courses?
We reckon that if you intend to be a successful and qualified examiner, you should attend an institution that is accredited, recognized and formal.
To this end, EPA maintains a rigorous admissions policy so that its students benefit fully from its curriculum and instruction.
EPA is open to all qualified persons and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, gender, national origin, physical limitations, or sexual orientation.
What are the main requirements to be admitted in our Courses?
We expect you to:
- Be at least 25 years of age, or lower if no minimum age is required in the country you intend to practice the profession. A previous course in psychology or physiology and a law enforcement background is desirable.
- Be of verified good reputation, and not have been previously convicted of a felony.
- Complete and submit the APPLICATION accurately, which includes but is not limited to copies of your ID (or Passport), CV, cover letter (stating why you seek to become a PDD examiner), police and criminal records certificate, and a face photo with a plain white or off-white background.