Frequently Asked Questions
Should your plans change, you may transfer your registration to another person at any time. Cancellations must be received in writing (via fax or mail) at least one week prior to class start time. Cancellations received before the deadline will receive a full refund. Cancellations received after the deadline and/or no-shows are not eligible for refunds. If you have questions, please call our office at (616) 331-7180 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration and payment should occur no later than seven (7) days prior to the event at 5 p.m. If you choose to be invoiced, checks and other payments must be received by our office by that time or your registration may be canceled to make accommodations for those waiting to register for the course. If you have problems making this deadline, you may contact our office to see if special arrangements can be made, but there are no guarantees.
Parking depends on the location of the training. See the map and or directions located under our locations information.
The time listed for events usually marks the beginning of the registration period. We encourage participants to arrive around this time (or a few minutes before) so the registration process is not rushed.
Generally speaking, all you will need to bring is a writing utensil and a pad of paper unless otherwise noted in the training description.
Yes. Certificates will either be provided at the conclusion of the course or mailed after the event.
The room temperature is generally cooler than most people are used to. We suggest that you add an extra layer of clothing just in case.
Please contact Leslie for information regarding special needs accommodations. She will work with you to insure your needs are met. Leslie – (616) 331-7118 or email email@example.com
Courses are offered for various prices based on clock hours, grant funding, sponsorships, total expenses, partnerships, and a myriad of other reasons. We try to keep our course prices affordable without sacrificing quality and service.
We try to keep our prices affordable and by offering lunch we would be forced to raise our rates. We have decided to leave lunch up to participants so that they can make their own decisions based on their tastes and budgets.
Yes. All courses offered are approved by Grand Valley State University as an accredited physical therapist educational program that meets the standards in R 338.7131 for professional development requirement credits.
Your license expires on June 30th, which falls within 2 years after your first license renewal period. The expiration date should be noted on your license. To look up your license number and expiration date, you may go to the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs Web site.
We are in the process of securing course materials in electronic formats so that everything can be accessible on this Web site for you to download for reference. We hope to have that information available soon.