Early bird pricing for registration to the OATA 2018 Hip Symposium has ended. Thanks to all who came forward and registered to gain CEUs and who took full advantage of the discounted pricing.
The Association is offering a special “TIME OUT” for Professional Development over the coming weeks, during a one-hour ‘clock is ticking’ session, at select times on Tuesdays and Thursdays, between March 1 and March 22.
|First TIME OUT Session||Thursday, March 1, 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM.|
|Second TIME OUT Session||Tuesday, March 6, 10:30 AM - 9:30 AM|
|Third TIME OUT Session||Thursday, March 8, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM|
|Fourth TIME OUT Session||Tuesday, March 13, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM|
During that “Time Out” period, the discounted pricing will continue. Watch for the time blocks and take advantage of the discount! You’ll have one full hour, over 7 opportunities in the coming weeks to register at the $250 discounted pricing rate. Check the OATA website and Facebook for the Time Out announcements & reminders. The first Time Out starts Thursday, March 1 and will be repeated Tuesday March 6, 13 and 20 and Thursday March 8, 15 and 22. The TO-hour will change from an early morning time slot through to a late evening period extending the offer to fit most ATs schedules.
An additional pricing program will be offered, during the month of March, to OATA Clinic Owners who sign up personally and who also sign up two staff members. This discount is a three-person pricing bundle. Clinic owners will get 3 delegate registrations for the price of two. Identified clinic owners will be contacted with a promo code to participate in this program. If you are a clinic owner and do not receive this offer it would be because your member profile is not current. Please, OATA member clinic owners, make sure you log into your OATA registration profile and update your information. If you are a clinic owner, please indicate either part or sole owner under the ‘What is your primary role at this practice’ category. Why?
The OATA is encouraging Athletic Therapists to commit to lifelong learning and to maintaining a competitive edge as a clear practice distinction from peer rehabilitation professionals. How? By embracing professional development as an annual investment commitment. By enrolling in training and other courses that offer the opportunity to acquire new skills, enhance existing work-based experience and permit you to perform at the best-practice edge of professional competence.
Professional development can equip you with new techniques and understanding of new technologies, help you gain or maintain professional accreditation, or give you the opportunity to take your career in a new direction. It’s up to you. The “Time Out” is yours to rethink, regroup and recommit to professionalism (at a discount).
See you on April 14 at Kingbridge.