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2021 NCRTA Virtual Conference
NCRTA SPIF 2021 Conference February 2021
CONFERENCE DESCRIPTION: This virtual conference held via a series of webinars will offer an opportunity for recreational therapy professionals, students and educators, and other human service providers to enhance skills and knowledge and develop competencies in successful treatment interventions while exploring other service delivery options. For any questions, please email email@example.com
- Enhance knowledge of and develop skills in therapeutic interventions used in the delivery of recreational therapy services.
- Increase understanding of current professional issues related to the delivery of recreational therapy services.
- Increase networking and collaboration among recreational therapy professionals, students, educators, and professionals in other disciplines.
REGISTRATION: Registration has now ended.
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All sessions are currently pending CEU pre-approval by ATRA and NCTRC. A brochure of approved CEU sessions will be emailed to conference registrants prior to the conference. Information listed on initial brochure is subject to change. In efforts to keep conference registration fees low, please use electronic copies or print the brochure and bring it with you to the conference. Limited printed brochures will be available on site.
All conference attendees are required to register online. Payment may be made online by debit or credit card. Make all billing and payment inquiries to Alex Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org. For any questions about individual sessions, please email email@example.com.
NCRTA is committed to providing an inclusive experience for all participants. In compliance with the ADA, should you require any accommodations to fully participate in the conference trainings, please e-mail NCRTA at firstname.lastname@example.org. We request that accommodation requirements be made by January 22, 2021 so that we may fully meet your needs.
Looking Toward the Future
Remote Internship Guidelines
A task force was developed including North Carolina University Recreational Therapy Professors, Academic Supervisors, NCBRTL and NCRTA to discuss guidelines for remote internships. The guidelines were developed to help agency supervisors, academic supervisors, and students in navigating remote internships. The information provided in the guidelines may help agency supervisors, academic supervisors, and students in understanding remote internship tasks, reviewing initial training considerations for remote internships, and seeing examples of assignments for each of the NCTRC Job Task Domains.
For more information and to review the guidelines, click HERE.