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Upcoming –  CTRA Webinar

NCTRC Internship Guidelines: Ensuring a Quality Internship

Presented by: Robin McNeal, CTRS, NCTRC Credentialing Specialist

Join us for a webinar on Apr 05, 2017 at 11:00 AM EDT.

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The internship experience is an integral part of preparing the future professional for practice as a successful Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist. The internship 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 experience be aware of the current standards for the internship experience. This session provides an in depth coverage of the NCTRC Internship Standards. The information is geared to internship supervisors and will discuss how to successfully develop an internship experience. It will include the requirements necessary to complete an internship experience and requirements to maintain certification.

Learning Outcomes:

1. Describe the NCTRC’s Internship Standards.
2. Apply the areas of the NCTRC National Job Analysis Study to the development of internships.
3. Describe how the internship experience is reviewed when applying for NCTRC certification

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

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Just Broadcasted –  CTRA Webinar

Owning our story – Learning from our experiences as a TR practitioner

Presented By: Jenna Johnstone, CTRS

Presented on Monday, Mar 20, 2017 11:00 AM EST

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“Owning our story and loving ourselves through that process is the bravest thing you will ever do”

– Brene Brown, Gifts of Imperfection

What does it mean to own your story? And how can we use our experiences as storied to facilitate learning as a TR practitioner? In this webinar we will discuss the power in using our stories to help us learn from our experiences. We will address the connection between stories/ narratives, experience and learning. Further, this webinar will showcase some tips and tools that will assist in working through our stories by reflecting on our thoughts, feelings and behaviours to better serve our TR journey.

By the end of the webinar participants will :
1. Be able to define and describe the difference between stories, experience and learning and how they connect with one another.
2. Identify 3 challenges and 3 opportunities in using your story for growth and development.
3. Identify how the ART model will assist in owning your TR story to serving you professional journey.

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Past CTRA Webinars

Increasing job satisfaction: Results from an exploratory study examining professional quality of life in TR 

Presented By: Ashlyn Stevens, CTRS

Presented on Monday, Feb 27, 2017 12:00 PM EST

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This session will outline the results of an exploratory study that examined the professional quality of life of recreation therapists. This session will identify ways in which to increase work satisfaction and professional quality of life. Session participants will receive knowledge and research related to increasing job satisfaction as well as practical hands-on information on how to increase their own satisfaction with their work.Upon completion of this session, participants will be able to:

Learning Outcomes:

1. Identify four influencers of work satisfaction
2. Identify three ways to increase work satisfaction in their own practice
3. Identify one of the ways self-compassion and coping influence professional quality of life

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