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ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS

(Academic Institutional Membership)



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RHA school AIM.pdf
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The Rehabilitation Healthcareer Association (RHA) provides schools with academic programs, customized curricular solutions, and the educational support to take prospective students to schools, to careers, and to their professional success.


WHY A INSTITUTE SHOULD PARTNER WITH RHA?

RHA has identified the needs and the opportunities to help both your students and your institution flourish with our programming including:

  • Customized Curriculum Provided to the School
  • Program Guidance to the school Instructors
  • Academic Resource provided to the school/students
  • Clinical Expert Guidance for the school
  • On website Support
  • Preferred Pricing for all certification exams
  • Employment Assistance for students

Note: The schools will have to get the approval from their respective State Education Departments to provide a completion certificate to their students. Rha only provides a certification in the respective field of certification ( pre-requisites have to completed prior to attending a certification exam)



VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS

 

The RHA 300-hour and 900-hour programs are nationally distinguished programs and fit within the current educational criterions. These key-start and assimilated postsecondary programs can match both the needs of your students to reach their objective for employment as well as the objective of your school/institution.

 

The 80 to 150-hour program are short programs to start the career in the rehabilitation healthcareer field.

 

The 300-hour program (partial Title IV eligibility if the private vocational school is accredited). This curriculum can be commenced and anchored into any vocational school setting.

 

The 900-hour program ( full Title IV eligibility , if the private vocational school is accredited ). The program can be easily introduced and meet the requirements to prepare students for a wide array of career opportunities in the health and Physical Rehabilitation industry.

 

RHA's extensive curriculum is based on clinical expert experience of many years, and is designed to match the skills of the occupational competencies(also defined by occupational outlook).the curriculum designed is made in such a way that it adhere to the skills required to be employed, the curriculum content includes practical and well as theory knowledge which forms a integration of in class and hands on training.


The core of the Program features:

  • Basics of core competencies
  • Intermediate core competencies
  • Advance core competencies

The Program curriculum is established and is updated on an biannual basis by a team of clinical experts and educators with experience in rehabilitation career.

The curriculum content subjects to connect the physical rehabilitation to the constructive application, to accomplish in the workforce.



 

 

INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERSHIP

(Institutional Certification Membership)

institutional certifcation membership
RHA school ICM.pdf
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How can a Academic Institution get approval to Administer Rehabilitation Healthcareer Association Certification exams?

 

Academic Institutions

 

Types of Academic Programs

1) On-campus 

2) Online 

 

We believe and advocate that quality education starts and is developed at the educational site. Therefore if rehabilitation facilities are receiving unskilled and unprepared graduates, it is not necessarily at the fault of the graduates but rather this problem has originated at their educational site. We feel the need to get to the source of this problem by establishing a series of prerequisites for schools to be approved before we allow their students to challenge our certification exam.

 

LIST OF DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED FOR APPROVAL

 

 Eligibility Requirements to be submitted with application for Academic Institutions Offering On-campus Programs

  • Institution Catalog/Flyer/Brochure
  • Copy of State Board of Education approval
  • Name of Program or School Director
  • Program/Course content

 

Eligibility Requirements to be submitted with application for Academic Institutions Offering On-line Programs

  • Institution Catalog/Flyer/Brochure
  • Copy of State Board of Education Approval
  • Name of Program or School Director
  • Program/Course Content
  • Accreditation Agency Approval  for Online Training (if any)

 

After your institution is approved, we would like to work with you as a TEAM. So that we will accommodate your interests as best we can. Once you are approved you become an official testing site.

 

 

Steps to follow

 

  • Obtain Applications: Students can complete and send in their applications as they near the end of the didactic part of their program. Applications can be downloaded directly from the RHA website (click on the Certification tab and then on the specific certification specialty). 

 

  • Complete the Applications: Some schools complete the applications as a group activity. Others allow the students to complete the applications individually. Whichever way is chosen, the program director should gather all the completed applications and send them, along with a Student Roster, to RHA. The Student Roster Form simply lists the names of the students who will be taking the RHA exam. RHA will do the initial processing, but will not consider the applications "complete" until    the final transcripts are received. However, once the transcripts are received, RHA will be able to expedite the processing of the applications.

 

Encourage Study Sessions: Students have at their disposal a number of resources to help them study for the exam, including outlines of the exam content, resource materials, and a practice test (not available for all specialties). To find out about all the available resources for a specific certification, click on the Certification tab and then on the specific specialty.



We believe and advocate that quality education starts and is developed at the educational site. Therefore if rehabilitation facilities are receiving unskilled and unprepared graduates, it is not necessarily at the fault of the graduates but rather this problem has originated at their educational site. We feel the need to get to the source of this problem by establishing a series of prerequisites for schools to be approved before we allow their students to challenge our certification exam.

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