Foundations of Occupational and Professional Regulation
Content includes: the importance of regulatory boards; rationale for licensure; typical pro and con arguments; and an overview of trends in licensure.
March 23, 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. Eastern
Roles and Responsibilities of a Board Member
Content includes: board member responsibility; defining "the public interest"; requirements for service on regulatory boards; how a board member can participate effectively; the purpose of appointing public members; and ethical considerations
April 20, 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. Eastern
Content includes: what is a rule; kinds of rules; authority to issue rules; when is a rule needed; writing a good rule; avoiding problem areas; regular procedures for adopting rules; notice and publication; public comment and hearing process; and emergency rulemaking
May 18, 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. Eastern
Content includes: steps in the enforcement process; characteristics of a strong enforcement process; receiving and sharing information; types of disciplinary sanctions; and practitioner impairment
June 15, 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. Eastern
Content includes: the board’s role in entry to practice assessments, continuing education programs and their applicability; and ways to evaluate continued competence
July 20, 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. Eastern
Attendees will participate via a web and telephone audio-based, interactive presentation.
Register for all 5 modules for the package discount price of $230 (USD) members / $290 (USD) non-members. Package pricing will only be available through noon Eastern on the date of the first module, March 23.
(Individual modules priced at $75 (USD) members / $95 (USD) non-members)
Offerings are presented through a web-based PowerPoint and audio teleconference, allowing attendees to participate and ask questions from their office or conference room. Your registration fee entitles you to one login connection to the webinar (one registration = one login from a single computer). You can set up a speaker phone and computer in your conference room and have multiple attendees all in the same room for one registration fee. If attendees will be logging in individually from their own offices and computers, you will need to register each individual separately at the full registration fee. You may not share the login link with others at your organization - additional logins that were not registered will be invoiced for the full registration fee.