San Juan College PTA Program Goals and Objectives
- Provide an integrated academic program, in an on-campus and online format, that will lead to licensure to practice as an entry-level physical therapist assistant under the supervision of a physical therapist.
- Provide students enrolled in the technical program, a curriculum that is based on sound problem-based practice under the guidelines of the following:
The curricular content will remain current and will teach the scope of practice of an entry-level physical therapist assistant under the supervision of a physical therapist.
- San Juan College Associate of Applied Science requirements
- New Mexico State Board of Physical Therapy licensing requirements
- Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE) evaluative criteria
- The basic tenets of the APTA’s “Normative Model of Physical Therapy Education: Version 2007”.
- The APTA’s “Guide to Physical Therapy Practice”
- Provide a current curriculum with periodic input from the PTA Advisory board members, academic faculty, clinical instructors, college administrators, graduates and students.
- Provide channels of communication with all stakeholders of the PTA Program to include, but not limited to:
- Faculty and staff
- PTA Advisory Board members
- College administrators
- Other college departments
- Clinical education sites
- State and national agencies
- Accrediting agencies
- The community at large
- Provide the basis for continuing personal and professional development through life-long learning, membership in a professional organization and the desire to use such development to provide safe and ethical care to patients and in support of personal health practices.
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