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2017 Ag Expo- CEU Workshop a Success!

On Wednesday November 8th, the UF|IFAS Gulf Coast Research and Education Center opened its doors to leaders from across the industry for a day focusing on current issues in Florida agriculture for the 2017 Florida Ag Expo. 137 more words


Utah Recreation Therapy Annual Conference 2018: Outside the Box

Annual URTA Conference, March 29-30, 2018: Outside the Box at the South Towne Expo Center in Sandy, Utah. Featuring Dr. Colleen Cooke (CTRS, NCTRC Board of Directors) as keynote. 239 more words

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Best Practice Internship Workshop 2017

For RT professionals and organizations, The University of Utah Recreational Therapy Program has established a “Best Practice” Internship Program. The State of Utah Recreational Therapy Practice Act and the National Council for Therapeutic Recreation Certification’s (NCTRC) National Job Analysis clearly outlines the requirements for “ 172 more words

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Reviews for Danny Pettry's "CEU Secrets" Webinar.

I presented a FREE training for my Rec Therapist friends on Wed. Sept. 20th titled “CEU Secrets.” Session content focused on the importance of continuing education for recreation therapists, various methods to get CEUs, and the benefits for taking self-study/ online/ independent learning courses. 3,506 more words

School Districts Spend on Average $18,000/YR PER TEACHER on Professional Development

According to this recent article, we spend on average $18,000 PER YEAR PER TEACHER ON PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT!

Are we really spending $18,000/YEAR PER TEACHER on Professional Development?!!!! 452 more words

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Internship Fair 2017

Join us at our annual networking opportunity and information about recreation therapy internship placements. Professionals will have the opportunity to attend an information session on processing, presented by Allysa Beers, TRS, CTRS. 134 more words

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How does your favorite cookie rank?

 As a personal disclosure: I love cookies. It is my weakness. In fact, my nieces and nephews call me, “Uncle Cookie.” I don’t feel bad because I know Superman has “kryptonite.” Well, Super doesn’t go and seek kryptonite. 716 more words