REVIEW COURSE FOR THE NBCOT CERTIFICATION EXAMINATION FOR OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS REGISTERED AT SUNY-DOWNSTATE, BROOKLYN, NEW YORK
The Occupational Therapy Program at SUNY-Downstate is proud to offer our 57th Review Course for the OTR Certification Examination. This intensive 2-day course prepares students to succeed in all domains covered in the NBCOT Exam. Participants receive comprehensive self-study packets and attend problem-solving oriented lecture sessions with extensive audiovisual aids and opportunities to discuss review questions with faculty. The 2014 Review Course will provide information about the Case Simulation format and will provide practice opportunities answering Case Simulation questions.
• Application of NBCOT domains and content areas to occupational therapy practice in: pediatrics, geriatrics, psychosocial settings, physical rehabilitation, neurorehabilitation.
• Study tips and tips for organizing information for successful performance on NBCOT exam questions
REGISTRATION FORM (click here)
EARLY REGISTRATION: $300.00 (Postmarked on or before December 15, 2014)
REGISTRATION FEE: $350.00 ( Postmarked after December 15, 2015)
LATE REGISTRATION After January 6, 2015: $400.00
No monies will be accepted at door. Enrollment is limited to 55 participants. Please register early. Registration fee minus 25% service charge will be refunded for cancellations made before 1/6/15.
TELEPHONE INQUIRIES: (718) 270-7730
SUNY Downstate Medical Center
395 Lenox Road
(between New York Ave. & E. 34th St.)
Brooklyn, NY 11203
Education Building – 1st floor.
Complimentary light refreshments in classroom
Parking is available for a nominal fee; in our indoor garage, on E. 34th street. Subway: IRT Flatbush Ave. line (#2 or #5 Lexington Ave) trains to Nevins St. in Brooklyn, changing there for a #2 or #5 marked Flatbush Avenue@ to Church Ave. walk 3 blocks east to Lenox Rd, Right on Lenox Road to entrance of Education Building, 395 Lenox Road at New York Avenue.
TRAVEL INFORMATION (click): or go to www.downstate.edu/directions
Transportation Assistance (718) 270-7696.
On campus accommodations are available for conference participants. For information, please check:
(click "Guests and Visiting Students" ) or call (718) 270-1466.
Please bring personal ID for security identification. You will be required to sign in and get SUNY ID at door.