Yes! The Wellness Society is an approved provider of continuing education by the Florida Physical Therapy Association (FPTA): #50-27270. All seminars offered by the Wellness Society may be used to fulfill PT licensure renewal requirements. The Wellness Society will furnish to each attendee a Certificate of Completion as well as report completions directly to CE Broker.
The FPTA has approved our seminars for PTs only.
Yes, HOWEVER ... Although the Wellness Society has had its seminars approved by the Florida Physical Therapy Association (FPTA) (via CE Broker) - we have not sought approval by other state PT boards.
Why? Because t is expected that most if not all of the attendees will be FL licensed PTs and, to be frank, the cost for a provider (such as the Wellness Society) to have a 12 hour seminar/course approved is ~ $300 per state, per year!
So, if you are a licensed PT in a state other than Florida, you will need to obtain from and submit to your own state PT board an "Individual Course Approval" application. The good news is that the Wellness Society will reimburse you your state's fee (often ~ $50).
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No. We talk about local restaurants, entertainment venues, etc to let you know Palatka is a good location to attend a seminar. There's little to no traffic yet you're able to get some fresh air by the beautiful St John's river during the seminar's breaks/lunch.
Also, if you stay over Saturday night, there are some great lodging options and places to have some fun! I lived in St Augustine for many years and, believe me, I used to frown at the thought of Palatka. But it really does have more than enough to offer for at least a short visit - including some amazing seminars about wellness and physical therapy!
The seminar fee includes attendance at the seminar and all seminar materials - both online files and that which will be provided in hard copy at the seminar. The seminar fee does not include lodging, meals or transportation.