APTA Credentialed Clinical Instructor Program, Level 2
December 5-6, 2020
The Credentialed Clinical Instructor Program, Level 2 (CCIP Level 2) is the successor to APTA’s former Advanced Credentialed Clinical Instructor Program (ACCIP). This voluntary program is designed for physical therapists and physical therapist assistants who have successfully completed the APTA Credentialed Clinical Instructor Level 1 Program (CCIP Level 1), and want to further develop their clinical teaching skills and construct a clinical curriculum. The unique philosophy and design of CCIP Level 2 both applies and goes beyond the concepts of the structured learning environment of CCIP Level 1 to enable clinical educators to achieve the best outcomes for student learning.
This voluntary program is designed for physical therapists and physical therapist assistants who have supervised or overseen the supervision of at least one student in clinical practice, or have been actively involved in student learning and education since receiving the APTA CCIP Level 1 credential. Program participants must complete prerequisites, including completion of a CCIP Level 2 Participant Dossier, a series of three (3) online professionalism modules, and review of four (4) articles, in addition to completing a live two-day program with an Assessment component.
At the conclusion of CCIP Level 2 training, the participant will be able to:
- Discuss the benefits and key components of a clinical curriculum
- Advance clinical teaching concepts learned in CCIP Level 1 as applied to the novice-mastery clinical practice continuum
- Integrate professionalism in a clinical curriculum that promotes the guiding principles to achieve the Vision for the Physical Therapy Profession and the core values
- Diagnose and foster a student’s clinical reasoning
- Outline a clinical curriculum to provide key learning experiences critical to patient and client management in the student’s practice upon graduation and licensure
- Integrate inter-professional education and collaborative practice into a clinical curriculum
- Integrate advocacy into a clinical curriculum
Texas Children's Hospital
1102 Bates, 1st floor conference room A
Houston, Texas 77030
APTA member: $100; Nonmember: $225; Other Disciplines: $225
17 contact hours or CCU’s through TPTA
Registration - Register online
Myles Quiben, PT, PhD, DPT, MS is Professor and Chair at the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of North Texas Health Science Center. A dual certified clinical specialist in geriatric and neurologic physical therapy (GCS, NCS), she teaches clinical medicine, cardiovascular, neurologic, and geriatric physical therapy for the DPT program. Myles is active in inpatient rehab as PRN therapist and teaches post-professional education. She serves as an APTA Credentialed CI Trainer for level 1 and 2 courses. She actively serves the ACAPT, AGPT, ANPT, Texas Geriatric Society, and the Texas PT Association.
Linda Eargle, PT, DPT, CEEAA, MinEd, is a graduate of the University of Florida, Clemson University, and Regis University, where she completed her DPT at the age of 62. She practiced and taught in the Carolinas for 45 years, retiring from Western Carolina University in 2008. She has been a trainer for the APTA Level 1 course since 1997. After serving on the committee to develop the new Level 2 course, she has served as a trainer since 2010.
She has a certificate and is on faculty for the Academy of Geriatric Certified Exercise Expert for Aging Adults and assisted in development of the Advances in Exercise for Older Adults for PTAs. In addition, Dr. Eargle has served in various positions for the Commission on Accreditation in PT Education since 1986 and continues as an on-site visitor and consultant on the accreditation process. Linda has served both APTA and the chapters of South Carolina and Florida in various appointed and elected positions.
Day 1 & 2:
8:00 am - 5:00 pm each day
15 minute break in the am and pm
Lunch 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Wyndham Medical Center
Houston, Texas 77030
Nightly rate: $115.00 (price varies based on room availability)
Ask for Texas Children’s Hospital ESP Rate