Webinar: NCTRC Re-certification and Areas of Specialization: Continuing Professional Competence

Friday April 26th, 2019

Time: 12:00 – 1:00 pm

NCTRC Pre-Approved for One (1) Contact Hour of Education or 0.10 CEUs


NCTRC Re-certification and Areas of Specialization: Continuing Professional Competency

Webinar Synopsis:

This session provides an in depth coverage of re-certification standards and requirements for the areas of specialization. Continuing education, professional experience, and re-examination will be described in detail. Utilization of the 2014 NCTRC National Job Analysis Study in relation to re-certification requirements will be discussed.

Learning Objectives: 


  1. Define the NCTRC CTRS re-certification standards including the two components, interpretive guidelines, necessary hours required for re-certification and the requirements for the areas of specialization.
  2. Apply the ten Job Tasks and the six Knowledge Areas of the 2014 National Job Analysis Study to the re-certification process
  3. Restate the two methods of the NCTRC re-certification review process.


NCTRC Job Analysis Codes: AP


Speaker Bio: Robin McNeal, CTRS

Robin McNeal, CTRS is the Director of Credentialing and also a Credentialing Specialist at NCTRC. As the Director of Credentialing, she serves as the primary contact for all internal procedures regarding the NCTRC Credentialing program. She is also responsible for reviewing certification applications and answering questions about each application process. Prior to joining NCTRC, she had many years of clinical experience working in various settings including physical rehabilitation and long term care. Robin has her Bachelor’s degree in Therapeutic Recreation from Ithaca College. She has presented at regional, national and international conferences, as well as to colleges and university programs on NCTRC Certification, Re-certification and Areas of Specialization.

Registration Link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/972322719851934978

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