Beginner / 1-hour Course
Chicago, IL / Saturday, November 14, 2020 – 4:45-5:45 pm – 1.0 credit hour
(Lecture: 4:45-5:45 pm)
Faculty: Ruth Sova, MS, ATRIC
COURSE DESCRIPTION: 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.
1) Discuss the legal and safety objectives that aren’t covered in the Intro to Aquatic Therapy and Rehab course.
2) Examine types of questions on the exam and ways to analyze them.
3) Evaluate knowledge needed to sit for the exam.
4) Disseminate last-minute advice regarding test-taking.
FACULTY: Ruth Sova, MS, ATRIC, president of the Aquatic Therapy & Rehab Institute, served on the Wisconsin Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness, received the Governor’s Entrepreneurial Award, the IDEA Outstanding Business Award, the first Presidential Sports Award in aquatic exercise, and AEA’s Contribution to the Industry Award. She has authored eighteen books and over 50 DVDs and CDs. She is known for her work in aquatic fitness, aquatic therapy, BackHab, Ai Chi and creating connections with other aquatic, health and therapy organizations.