You may claim credit for any courses that are “relevant to the practice of occupational therapy”. Continuing Education Rule 64B11-6.001 (b) states that CE credit will be awarded for completion of courses that… “Shall be relevant to the practice of occupational therapy as defined in Section 468.203(4), Florida Statutes, must be offered for the purpose of keeping the licensee apprised of advancements and new development in occupational therapy, and shall be designed to enhance learning and skills consistent with contemporary standards for occupational therapy practice.”
Continuing Education is for the purpose of making one a better OT or OTA “therapist or therapy assistant”, and not necessarily a better “healthcare provider” or “healthcare employee”. PLEASE NOTE: although a course may be “job relevance” does not always qualify it to be “occupational therapy practice relevant”. Sometimes, when it doubt it is best to leave it out- and take a course you are certain is of occupational therapy relevance.