Oakland University Main Campus
2200 N. Squirrel Rd.
Rochester, MI 48309
APTA Credentialed Clinical Instructor
- developing learning experiences
- supporting ongoing learning through questioning and effective feedback
- discussing performance evaluation skills
- identifying and managing students with exceptional situations
The course and assessment center will be useful for both new and experienced clinicians involved with clinical education.
During the program, an assessment center provides the course participant with the opportunity to apply information from the program in simulated situations. Upon successful completion, PTs and PTAs receive an APTA Credentialing Certificate of Completion of 1.5 continuing education units (CEUs).
Copies of the complete participant dossier must be sent to APTA once the individual successfully completes the program. The information will then be entered into a national database of credentialed CIs. The six stations of the assessment center have been integrated into the program schedule. It is essential for each participant to attend all sessions of the two-day course and assessment center in its entirety.
| Thursday, April 30, 2015|
| 8:00 am || Registration, continental breakfast|
| 8:15 am|| Welcome and introduction|
| 8:30 am|| Section I - The Clinician as Educator|
| 10:00 am||Break|
| 10:15 am|| Section II - Readiness to Learn|
| 12:30 pm|| Lunch (Provided)|
| 1:30 pm|| Section III - Facilitating Learning in the Clinical Environment|
| 3:30 pm||Break|
| 3:40 pm|| Orientation to Assessment Center, Assessment Center #1 and #2|
| 4:45 pm||Adjourn|
|Friday, May 1, 2015|
| 7:45 am || Check-in, continental breakfast|
| 8:00 am|| Section IV - Performance Assessment in the Clinical Environment|
| 9:45 am|| Break|
| 10:00 am || Section V - Legal, Regulatory and ADA Issues in Clinical|
| noon|| Lunch (Provided)|
| 1:00 pm|| Section VI - Managing the Exceptional Student and Student with|
| 2:45 pm|| Break|
| 3:00 pm||Assessment Center #3, #4, #5, #6|
| 5:00 pm|| Scoring, course evaluations|
| 5:30 pm|| Adjourn|
$180 - PT/PTA, APTA members
$280 - PT/PTA, non-members
$330 - Other health disciplines
Included as part of the registration is an APTA fee of $90 for APTA members, $180 for non-members and $230 for non-physical therapy providers. Course fees include all course materials, breaks and credentialing (for PT/PTAs).
All participants are registered on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration is limited to 20 participants. To register online, click here.
If an individual is unable to attend the course following payment, he/she must request a refund no later than April 27, 2015. The amount of the refund will be equivalent to the APTA portion of the registration fee only.
A 10 percent discount is available for groups of five or more from the same institution registering at the same time. Contact Carrie Sliwinski at (248) 370-3177 or firstname.lastname@example.org for the group discount registration code.
Complete registration and payment online by clicking here. Submit the following by fax to Kris Thompson at (248) 364-8660.
- Completed participant dossier form. (Click link for a copy of the form. The participant dossier must be completed by participant and signed by participant's supervisor.)
- Copy of APTA membership certificate, if applicable.
- Copy of your professional license.