TRI Lunchtime Series
PRPS is hosting six Lunchtime TRI Sessions bimonthly. These zoom Lunchtime sessions will feature presenters who will share the latest in techniques, research, and practices for Therapeutic Recreation Professionals. All sessions will be live and online! During the live session attendees will be able to interact with instructors and other participants. Additionally, each session will also be recorded for later viewing and credit through 2021.
The TRI Lunchtime Sessions Series will provide participants with an opportunity to receive valuable training and education credits without leaving their desk. Each of the six sessions lasts for 1.5 hours and each will seek approval from NCTRC for 1.5 hrs. of continuing education credit. Each session will also qualify for .1 CEU from the National Recreation & Park Association. All presentations will be live, and attendees can pick their programs and days. Sessions will be available individually or in a discounted package for all six. This year’s Lunchtime Sessions Series promises to be a unique and exciting method for all TR professionals to receive training, share experiences, and learn new program ideas.
$20.00 member / $25.00 non-member per session
$100.00/ $125.00 for all six sessions
The registration fee covers educational sessions, and the CEU or NCTRC credits for one individual per event. Education credits will only be available to registrants or their designee.
Options are available for organizations to purchase registrations/credits in blocks. Please call the PRPS Office at 814-234-4272 or email email@example.com.
Reasons Why You Should Attend
- Six professional workshop sessions
- Earn up to 9 NCTRC credit hours or .6 Continuing Educational Units (CEUs)
- Learn at your home or your desk
- No travel restrictions and no risk to your job site or clients
- Affordable education and credits
Sessions at a Glance
Thursday, July 15 - Get SMART: Evidence-based Approach to Achieving desired Outcomes Identified in Care Plans - Olivia DiYanni, CTRS
Thursday September 30 - Reconnecting your Clients with the Outdoors: The Power of Nature to Combat Social Isolation and Improve Quality of Life - Nicole Faraguna, PA DCNR
Thursday, November 11 - Internship Tips and Navigating the Certification Process - Robin McNeal - Certification Coordinator, NCTRC
Who Can Benefit?
Therapeutic Recreation Specialists; Activity Professionals; Consultants; Health Care Administrators; Educators; Students; Nursing Home Administrators; Allied Healthcare Professionals, Senior Center Directors; Adult Day Care Coordinators; Retirement Communities; Park and Recreation Professionals; Nursing/CNA’s; Memory Care Specialists