1809 – ATRI Certification QuickPrep
Beginner / Lecture
2020 Conference Dates
Friday, February 14 – Washington, DC – 4:45-5:45 pm – 1.0 credit hour
Saturday, April 25 – Chicago, IL – 4:45-5:45 pm – 1.0 credit hour
Saturday, November 14 – Chicago, IL – 4:45-5:45 pm – 1.0 credit hour
Faculty: Ruth Sova, MS, ATRIC
This lecture will NOT give you enough information to pass the ATRI Certification Exam if you aren’t already prepared. This course is a last-minute review of things you should already know; of practice with the application-type of questions on the exam; of legal and safety exam objectives that are not covered in the Intro to Aquatic Therapy and Rehab course; and of general information regarding the exam. Legal and safety issues covered are scope of practice, ethical practices, emergency actions, risk management, client and personal safety.
· Discuss the legal and safety objectives that aren’t covered in the Intro to Aquatic Therapy and Rehab course.
· Examine types of questions on the exam and ways to analyze them.
· Evaluate knowledge needed to sit for the exam.
· Disseminate last-minute advice regarding test-taking.
FACULTY: Ruth Sova, MS, ATRIC, founder/president of ATRI, is an internationally known speaker, author and consultant. She is the founder of six different businesses including the Aquatic Therapy & Rehab Institute, the Aquatic Exercise Association, Living Right Magazine, America’s Certification Trainers, Armchair Aerobics Inc., and the Fitness Firm. A leader in the health and wellness industry, she also draws on her vast experience as an entrepreneur to teach others what it takes to assume the risk of business and enterprise. Ruth is the author of numerous articles and 15 books on her specialties of wellness and business. She is the recipient of numerous awards including the Sevier-McCahill Disability International Foundation Award; and the John Williams, Jr. International Swimming Hall of Fame Adapted Aquatics Award. Known for her high energy and practical teaching approaches, Ruth has brought thousands of people over the years to understand the benefits of water exercise.