Virtual 2-Day Trainer Certification for *Recreational Therapists – Oct. 20-21, 2020 10 am- 5:30 pm ET
This session content is for everyone and is *pre-approved by NCTRC for 12 contact hours for Recreational Therapists.
Interactive, virtual course for skills, awareness, and knowledge.
The session is highly interactive and will provide learners with:
- Demonstrate accurately the use of PAC Language and PAC Skills to be used to optimize the day for those
- Incorporate in training, the Positive Physical Approach™, use of Visual-Verbal then Touch cueing, basic GEMS® identification, and the Hand-under-Hand® technique to guide and assist.
- Apply the Adult Experiential Learning Model to learning objectives in training.
- Demonstrate the belief that people living with dementia are doing the best they can.
- Demonstrate the belief that caregivers, therapists, and mental health professionals are responsible for
changing their behavior to improve the care with people living with dementia.
- Identify that learners can be differently involved in learning during and after sessions, based on their
personality traits, and learning styles.
- Demonstrate the appropriate enthusiasm for content and teaching during session.
Join us for PAC Trainer Certification geared for Recreational Therapists from 10:00 am to 5:30 pm Eastern Time Zone Tuesday and Wednesday. Doors open (virtually) at 9:30 am.
Become a PAC Certified Independent Trainer!
For a more detailed description of the Trainer Course, click here.
To help build your skills we recommend having a partner available in your space, however having a partner is not required.
To register for the Trainer Course, complete the registration to the left. Once registration is completed, click on the blue Member button to access your pre-course work for the certification.
“Thank you for acclimating to this crazy situation and being energetic when we may not have been! Lastly, thank you for being champions for those who struggle to be heard!”
-From one of our virtual learners
If you have questions or are interested in a payment plan, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-877-877-1671 ext. 1
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