All PTs with the CEEAA® credential will demonstrate expert clinical decision-making skills in:
The process to attain the credential of CEEAA® is to complete formal didactic education and to participate in supervised and mentored skills development, home-based reflection and critical thinking. Three courses of two days each will address evidence-based examination and different and increasingly complex aspects of exercise design and delivery. The three courses are designed to build on each other; however, Courses 1 and 2 may be taken out of sequence with prior approval from the course administrators. Participants will be required to complete the series two years from the first course taken and must receive prior permission from course administrators. All participants are strongly encouraged to take the three courses in one location.
After each course there is an online exam to be completed within 3 months of the course. There is one practical that is done onsite either course 2 or 3. Participants will receive two attempts to achieve a 75% passing score for the three online tests and the practical. While all attendees will receive continuing education credit, the tests/practical exam must be completed successfully within 3 months to achieve the certification designation.
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PLEASE NOTE: Participants are urged to check with their State Licensure Board to see if the courses count towards continuing education credit.
July 20-21 2019
Class & Waitlist are Full
Course 2: September 14-15 2019 Class & Waitlist are Full
Course 3: November 2-3 2019 Class & Waitlist are Full
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"Excellent!! The series was fantastic. I am happy to be part of the community and my clinic has benefited due to inservices on every course. Thanks so much!"-Cathy R.
There will be an online examination for Courses 1, 2, and 3. The skills test for the content of Course 1 will be performed on site during Course 2 or 3. If a participant does not achieve a passing grade on the skills test, they will be given the opportunity to retake the examination prior to the completion of Course 3. All assessments must be completed within six weeks of taking the related course. A participant must achieve minimum criteria in both the skills and didactic assessments to progress to the next level; however, a person can elect to take a course without being tested. After the successful completion of the 3 courses, 3 online examinations, and skills test, the participant will receive a certificate and specially designed pin to recognize the certification.