Wisconsin Occupational Therapy Continuing Education Courses

Wisconsin Occupational Therapy Board Pre-Approves AOTA Approved Provider
Continuing Education Requirements: OTs & OTAs – 24 Hours Per Biennial Period
Online Continuing Education Hours Allowed: Maximum 12 Hours
Coupon: 10% off on min. $50 purchase (OT10) | 15% off on min. $150 purchase (OT15)


Understanding Pain: Assessment & Treatment – 4 Hrs (AOTA – 0.4 CEUs)
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Printable PDF Certificate
$30
Fall Prevention in Older Adults5 Hours (AOTA – 0.5 CEUs)
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$30
OAHOsteoarthritis of the Hand – A Multidisciplinary Approach – 4 Hrs
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Printable PDF Certificate
$30
Wisconsin Occupational TherapyAnxiety Disorder – 2 Hours (AOTA – 0.2 CEUs)
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$15
de Quervain’s Tenosynovitis3 Hours (AOTA – 0.3 CEUs)
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Printable (pdf) Certificate
$25
PTSDPost-Traumatic Stress Disorder4 Hours (AOTA – 0.4 CEUs)
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$30
Alzheimer's DiseaseAlzheimer’s Disease4 Hours (AOTA – 0.4 CEUs)
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$25
Concussion Mild Traumatic Brain InjuryConcussion / Mild Traumatic Brain Injury – 3 Hours (AOTA – 0.3 CEUs)
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Printable (pdf) Certificate
$20
Parkinson's DiseaseParkinson’s Disease – 3 Hours (AOTA – 0.3 CEUs)
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Printable (pdf) Certificate
$20
Carpal Tunnel SyndromeCarpal Tunnel Syndrome3 Hours (AOTA – 0.3 CEUs)
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Printable (pdf) Certificate
$20
Therapeutic Exercise, Resistance Training, Neuromuscular Rehab,
and Therapeutic Functional Activities for Older Adults5 Hours
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Printable (pdf) Certificate
$40
Wound Management – Multidisciplinary Approach6 Hours
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Printable (pdf) Certificate
$40
Wisconsin Occupational Therapy Continuing Education Requirements: Click Here
  • Continuing education. The purpose and intent of continuing education in occupational therapy is to assure the public of the expectation and obligation that practitioners maintain currency, knowledge levels and professional competence. Occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants shall complete continuing education as follows:
    (1) Each holder of a license as an occupational therapist shall, at the time of applying for renewal of a license of registration under s. 448.967, Stats., certify that he or she has, in the 2 years preceding the renewal application, completed at least 24 points of acceptable continuing education.
    (2) Each holder of a license as an occupational therapy assistant shall, at the time of applying for renewal of a license of registration under s. 448.967, Stats., certify that he or she has, in the 2 years preceding the renewal application, completed at least 24 points of acceptable continuing education.
    (3) At least 12 of the points shall be accumulated through professional development activities related to occupational therapy in the following categories set forth in the following table. – See PDF for table PDF
    Note: “Contact hour” as used in the table means not less than 50 minutes of actual professional activity.
    (4) Evidence of compliance with this section such as certificates of completion shall be retained by each license holder through the biennium following the biennium for which credit is required for renewal of license.
    (5) The board may require any license holder to submit evidence of compliance with this section to the board for an audit at any time during the biennium following the biennium for which credit is required for license renewal.
    (6) During the time between initial licensure and commencement of a full 2-year licensure period, new licensees shall not be required to meet continuing education requirements.
    (7) A licensee may apply to the board for a postponement or waiver of the requirements of this section on the grounds of prolonged illness, disability, or other grounds constituting hardship. The board shall consider each request individually on its merits and may grant a postponement, partial waiver, or total waiver of the requirements.
  • Satisfactory completion of a self−study course approved by the American occupational therapy association (AOTA) or other related recognized professional associations.

AOTA APPThe assignment of American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) CEU’s does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products or clinical procedures by AOTA or indicate AOTA approval of a certification or other professional recognition. The current term of approval extends from 6/21/2017 through 6/30/2021. Provider ID: 9837.

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