Let Us Help You Prepare for the ATP Exam with the ATP Fundamentals Course!

Published in Complex Rehab on September 02, 2020

Are you looking to become an ATP? Are you studying for the exam? Have you taken the exam in the past and need to try again? U.S. Rehab has partnered with RESNA to offer our members the ATP Fundamentals in Technology course.

Designed with the busy AT professional in mind, the ATP Fundamentals Course helps students review and refresh their assistive technology knowledge and identify areas for further study in preparation for the ATP exam.

This 4-week, 16-hour instructor-led live course includes the ability to ask questions live, test one’s knowledge with in-session quizzes, and review recorded sessions afterwards for further study. Upon successful completion of the course and the final quiz evaluation, participants will earn 1.6 IACET CEUs and receive a code for a free practice ATP exam.

The cost is $700 for U.S. Rehab members and $800 for non-members. 

The next session will be held October 12 – November 4, 2020 on Mondays and Wednesdays from 7:30pm – 9:30pm ET. Class size is limited, so be sure to register by September 28.

Click here to learn more and to register! 


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