Paranormal Research Association of Boston

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PRAB Levels

If you wish to become a Paranormal Investigator in the Paranormal Research Association of Boston, please become familiar with the levels associated.

 

Level 1 Trainee

 

An ability and willingness to learn

Analytical mindset

Rational / Critical thinking ability

Some working knowledge of paranormal terms and definitions Excellent people skills An ability to take on new tasks and work under direction of the core team

 

Level 2 Trainee (usually after 3 months)

 

Competency with paranormal research equipment use and why we use them Developing leadership skills while still working under core team guidance A good working knowledge of paranormal terms and definitions Demonstrated good rational / critical thinking ability Good communication within the team, answering e-mails etc.

Good public speaking skills

Ability to set up and break down kit

Ability to analyse data in a timely manner and provide reports Showing competency in research skills

 

Level 3 Trainee (Usually 6-9 months)

 

Excellent public speaking skills

Ability to set up and break down kit

Ability to analyse data in a timely manner and provide reports Excellent knowledge of equipment use and reasons we use it Has led a small team May have started a research project / submitted an article Excellent team communication and mixing with the team Still showing a good interest in paranormal investigation Demonstrated ability to interview clients effectively Adhered to all PRAI Protocols with no major disciplinary action on file

 

Core Team Member (12-18 months)

 

Ability to train others

Usually assigned to or leading an organisational unit (Research, Technical, AV etc) Mixed well with the group and continues to develop that relationship Excellent debunking skills Ability to set up and break down equipment efficiently Ability to analyse data in a timely manner and provide reports Keeps up to date with equipment and theories Can take ownership of a clients case

 

Organisational Unit Leaders

 

Assigned by a joint vote of the Lead Investigator and Deputy Lead Investigator. These OU leads can be AV Analysis, Technical Management, PR, Legal etc. Only core team members with an established track record can be put forward for OU Lead.

 

Deputy Lead Investigator is picked solely by the Lead Investigator. Also the Lead Investigator must choose his own replacement when stepping down.

 

Deputy Lead and Lead Investigators

 

Keeps abreast of new techniques and theories and decimates to the team Keeps the team up to date Micro-manages the OU Leads and reads and replies to reports from the OU Leads Usually has published documents on paranormal theory and are the public face of the PRAI Researches and finds new locations to investigate Arranges all team meetings

 

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