EVIT School of Health Sciences - Occupational Therapy Aide

Occupational therapists help people with physical or mental disabilities gain the skills they need to be as independent as possible. 

In this class you will explore the dynamic history and philosophy of occupational therapy, understand the difference between an occupational therapist, occupational therapy assistant and occupational therapy aide. Students will experience hands-on learning of job skills needed to gain employment as an occupational therapy aide, rehabilitation provider. 
Qualified students will participate in clinical experiences to gain valuable on-the-job experience. Students must provide transportation to clinical experiences.

NOTE: Students will be randomly drug tested.

Get started today! Enroll in the EVIT Occupational Therapy Aide program.

For announcements and updates about the EVIT Occupational Therapy Aide program, text EVIT to 855-998-3848.

Course Code MC57, MC58
Prerequisites  Seniors ONLY
At least 6 high school credits including 1 English credit, pre-Algebra and Biology
EVIT Intro to Occupational Therapy Aide, 'C' or better, or Anatomy & Physiology and Medical Terminology
On track to graduate or a plan for graduation
2.0 GPA or equivalent standardized test scores 
Length 2 semesters
Campus Locations EVIT Main Campus
Certifications None available at this time
Possible Careers Occupational Therapy Aide, Rehabilitation Aide, Rehabilitation Provider, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Occupational Therapist