PTA Continuing Education Course Offerings:
At the time of publication, the course certificate received after completing the post test with an 80% or better, should provide proof of qualified continued competency as per statute for the following states: Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Hawaii,Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin.
Courses approved by the WPTA will be accepted by:Alaska,Delaware, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Vermont, Wyoming
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|Course Title||Course overview||CEU credits||Price||Register|
|A Lesson Plan for a PT/PTA Team Activity||This course is specifically designed to help PT and PTA educators design a learning activity involving the PT/PTA Team. Step by step instructions are given for a joint activity between a PT and PTA program in a face to face format, a modified face to face format or an online format.||2.0||$30||Register Now|
|Updates to the State Practice Act in WI||
This course is designed to highlight the recent changes in the State Practice Act in Wisconsin. A general introduction of concepts related to jurisprudence and licensure will be followed by an in-depth examination of the changes to the State Practice Act. Finally, application of these changes will be explored using clinical scenarios.
This course is approved by the WPTA for 2.0 hours of jurisprudence required for licensure renewal. Appropriate for all PTs and PTAs in WI.
|Intro to Joint Mobilization||This course is basic introduction to joint mobilization. It is designed for PTAs who did not have mobilizations in their curriculum but it can also serve as a review for PTs and OTs who have not been doing mobilizations in their practice setting.||2.0||$30||Register Now|
|So you want to be a CI?||Whether you are a new clinical instructor or an experienced clinical instructor, this course has valuable information about creating an optimal learning environment with special attention paid to student and clinical instructor expectations. Access to sample documents you can use in the clinic is included.This course is designed for PTAs but PTs will also find the concepts beneficial.||4.0||$60||Register Now|
|Anatomy of the Foot and Ankle||This course is designed to act as a review of common and significant areas of injury and palpation for the ankle and foot. The review is intended to assist the PTA in treating patients with foot and ankle issues.||2.0||$30||Register Now|
|Anatomy of the Knee||This course is designed to act as a review of common and significant areas of palpation and injury for the knee. The review is intended to assist the PTA in treating patients with knee issues.||2.0||$30||Register Now|
|What’s Your Risk? Understanding Provider Liability in Physical Therapy||This course is designed to introduce the learner to risk and liability as a licensed provider of physical therapy. It also explores what the most common claims against PTs and PTAs are. Anyone treating patients would benefit from this course!||2.0||$30||Register Now|