CEU is fun and sexy!

She turned up to class with a head full of pizza dreams and a steaming  soy latte. You’ll never guess what happened next …

OK. It’s entirely possible we need to get better at clickbait. But, on the bright side, we’ve put in lots of work to help take the headache out of sourcing affordable, quality CEU. We’ve compiled a calendar of CEU suggestions to help you plan your professional development in 2018.

Many of the options on the calendar are freely available online – you’ll just need to submit a 300-400 word reflection on what you learned then upload it to your membership portal for approval.

Suggestions also include public lectures hosted by universities for free. Again, you’ll just need to submit a brief reflection which summarises your key learning from the lecture. If you notice any other interesting and relevant public lectures in your city, please notify us and we will confirm CEUs!

Adelaide and Sydney … we’re coming for you

The two keynote AMT events of the year are the AMT Annual General Meeting and the Annual Conference. This year’s AGM will be a full-day event held in Adelaide on 12 May, incorporating a meeting and practical workshop. We are working in earnest to finalise the details and hope to have registration information released within the next week.

We are also working hard on the AMT conference program, which will be held in Sydney on October 12,13 and 14 this year. We’re excited to confirm that the keynote presenter this year will be Ian Harris, orthopaedic surgeon and author of Surgery: The Ultimate Placebo. Keep your ears to the ground for further program announcements in the coming months.

Perth, Gold Coast, Canberra

We’ve got something special planned for you in October. Stay tuned …

Have you spotted an upcoming conference, lecture or workshop that you’re interested in doing?

Email us the details and we will confirm whether it is eligible for CEUs

 

 

 

 

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Comments

  1. Thanks all for these lists. How exciting. Have you got them in a format that provides live links?
    Still working through your Pain cloud suggestions from last year. Awesome!
    Cheers Camille

    • Sharon Livingstone
      20/02/2018 - 3:45 pm

      Hi Camille, If you click on the link in the article itself – “calendar of CEU suggestions” – they’re all in that document.
      Sharon

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