Continuing Education at USC Chan
The division strives to offer ongoing learning opportunities for expanded knowledge and skills in occupational science and occupational therapy.
Any occupational therapist who wishes to attend one or more USC courses for credit towards a degree as a “limited status” student is invited to contact a member of our Admissions Team.
USC Continuing Education
For information about USC Continuing Education, visit continuingeducation.usc.edu.
Designed for the experienced clinician but accessible to all graduate students, these courses are key building blocks in creating programs of study with specific occupational therapy specialty focus areas, enabling graduate students to both broaden and deepen their knowledge and expertise in cutting-edge practice areas.
OT 560: Contemporary Issues in School-Based Practice
OT 563: Occupational Therapy in Primary Health Care Environments
OT 564: Sensory Processing and Sensory Integration
OT 567: Contemporary Issues: Occupational Therapy in Early Intervention
OT 571: Assistive Technology
OT 572: Ergonomics
OT 573: Hand Rehabilitation
OT 574: Enhancing Motor Control for Occupation
OT 575: Dysphagia Across the Lifespan: Pediatrics through Geriatrics
OT 578: Therapeutic Communication: Facilitating Change in Clients
OT 583: Current Applications of Lifestyle Redesign
OT 584: Clinical Applications of Telehealth Technologies in OT
OT 610: Sensory Integrative Dysfunction
USC Sensory Integration Continuing Education (CE) Certificate Program
USC Chan is an AOTA Approved Provider of professional development (#4613). C1: PD activity approval ID# 03171. C2: PD activity approval ID# 03658 and C3: PD activity approval ID# 3659. Course 1 is offered at 3.0 CEUs, Introductory educational level. Courses 2 and 3 are 2.1 CEUs each, Intermediate educational level. The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA.
Lifestyle Redesign® Certification and Continuing Education
Lifestyle Redesign continuing education opportunities are still under development and information on this page is subject to change. These opportunities are anticipated to launch in 2024.
The Lifestyle Redesign Knowledge Mobilization Initiative (LR-KMI), launched in 2022, aims to promote greater synergies across research, education, and practice in Lifestyle Redesign, and to develop resources and infrastructure to enable occupational therapists and health system partners to integrate Lifestyle Redesign into diverse practice settings.
As a result of these efforts, Chan is proud to be developing continuing education (CE) opportunities, including the CE courses offered as part of the Lifestyle Redesign Certification.
The Lifestyle Redesign Certification is a robust training program that prepares occupational therapy practitioners to provide clinical services and conduct research using the Lifestyle Redesign intervention framework.
Occupational therapy practitioners who complete the training program and related requirements will be eligible to become certified in Lifestyle Redesign. The Lifestyle Redesign certification program is anticipated to launch in Fall 2024.
Use this form to contact us about Lifestyle Redesign, and/or to have your contact information added to our Lifestyle Redesign mailing list.