All Populations Webinars

Presented By: Tanea Goncalves Forward, MA & Jenna Johnstone, CTRS
CE Pre-Approved!
Feb 24, 2020 at 1:00 PM EST

Session Description:
This session is intended for students, new CTRA members or someone who wants to know more about the Canadian Therapeutic Recreation Association and our organizations history. Session content will include an overview of the vision, mission, code of ethics, and the benefits of being a member of CTRA. We will also discuss trends in TR across Canada, and CTRA’s current activities.

Learning Objectives:
1) Each participant will be able to define and describe CTRA’s vision, mission, and philosophy.
2) Each participant will be able to describe 3 benefits to obtaining a discounted membership with CTRA.
3) Each participant will be able to state 4 trends that are occurring in TR across Canada.
4) Each participant will be able to identify 3 primary activities CTRA has been working on to date.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

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Webinar Post Test -> Click Here (must be completed to receive CEU Letter of Participation)

Procedures to Gain CTRA Letter of Participation for Live and Recorded Webinars -> Click Here 

Presented by: Noelle Malloy, CTRS
This session content is CEU Pre-Approved by NCTRC
Webinar Presented on Wednesday, May 9, 2018 12:00 PM EDT

This session provides an in depth coverage of recertification standards and requirements. Continuing education, professional experience, and re-examination will be described in detail. Utilization of the 2014 NCTRC National Job Analysis Study in relation to recertification requirements will be discussed. Also components related to the Areas of Specialization will be discussed.

Learning Objectives:
1. Define the NCTRC CTRS recertification standards including the two components, interpretive guidelines and necessary hours required for recertification.
2. Apply the ten Job Tasks and the six Knowledge Areas of the 2014 National Job Analysis Study to the recertification process
3. Restate the two methods of the NCTRC recertification review process.
4. Discuss the areas of specialization to add on for recertification.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

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Webinar Evaluation -> Click Here

Procedures to Gain CTRA Letter of Participation for Live and Recorded Webinars -> Click Here 

Presented by: Robin McNeal, CTRS
This session content is CEU Pre-Approved by NCTRC
Webinar presented on April 18, 2018 1:00 PM EDT

Session Description:
The internship and professional experience is an integral part of preparing the future professional for practice as a successful Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist. The supervisor is the link between education and practice for the new professional. In order to best prepare the student, it is necessary that all individuals involved in the internship and professional experience be aware of the current standards. This session provides an in depth coverage of the NCTRC Internship and Work Experience Standards. The information is geared to internship and agency supervisors and will discuss how to successfully develop an internship and work experience program. It will include the requirements necessary to complete an internship and professional work experience and requirements to maintain certification.

Learning Outcomes:
1. Describe at least three of NCTRC’s Internship Standards.
2. Describe at least three guidelines needed to provide supervision for work experience.
3. Apply the ten Job Task areas of the NCTRC National Job Analysis Study to the development of internships and work experience program.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

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Webinar Recording -> Click Here

Procedures to Gain CTRA Letter of Participation for Live and Recorded Webinars -> Click Here 

Presented by: Susan Kaufer, CTRS
This session content is CEU Pre-Approved by NCTRC
Webinar presented on March 28, 2018 11:00 AM EST  

 

Session Description:
This session provides an in depth coverage of the NCTRC Certification Standards. It will include the requirements for application, application process, exam information, and requirements to maintain your certification.

Learning Outcomes:
1. Describe the three requirements to gain professional eligibility from the NCTRC Certification Standards
2. Name three components of the application process for Professional Eligibility
3. Restate at least two (2) methods to prepare for the NCTRC Exam

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Procedures to Gain CTRA Letter of Participation for Live and Recorded Webinars -> Click Here 

Presented by: Nicole Bergman, CTRS
This session content is CEU Pre-Approved by NCTRC
Webinar held on February 27, 2018 12:00 PM EST  

Recreation Therapists need to be adept at using a variety of facilitation techniques and strategies to support clients’ in achieving their goals and outcomes. However, often it’s easy to default to familiar approaches due to limited time and high caseloads. In this workshop you’ll be introduced to the concept of Gamification. This strategy is used in a number of fields such as business, education, and technology in an effort to positively impact user’s motivation, support behavioral change and achieve desired outcomes. The good news is that Recreation Therapists can also apply Gamification to the design and facilitation of group and one on one client interventions. By adding Gamification to our Facilitation Tool-Kit we increase the likelihood of elevating clients’ overall experience, level of engagement and goal attainment. 


Learning Outcomes:
1. Understand and be able to describe the concept of gamification and the potential it has to be a valuable facilitation and program design framework for Recreation Therapists to use in their practice.
2. Identify at least three ways gamification can be used to enhance a client intervention, program and service delivery.
3. Be able to apply the concept of gamification to at least one new or current program, initiative or intervention

Webinar Recording -> Click Here
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Procedures to Gain CTRA Letter of Participation for Live and Recorded Webinars -> Click Here 

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