Below, you will find answers to some common questions regarding our cancellation policies, CEU approvals and how to host a course.
● If notification of cancellation is received and confirmed prior to 21 days of course start date, the participant will incur a $50 administrative fee* (Non-refundable and non-transferable) and the participant will receive a letter of credit for the balance of their course payment, this letter of credit will expire 12 months from the cancellation date. No monies will be refunded for cancellations in this time frame
● If notification of cancellation is received <21 days prior to the course start date, the participant will incur a $100 administrative fee* (non-refundable and non-transferable) and the participant will receive a letter of credit for the balance of their course payment, this letter of credit will expire 12 months from the cancellation date. No monies will be refunded for cancellations in this time frame.
● If the participant registered using a letter of credit, or if the participant has been transferred from another course, and the participant cancels, no amount can be transferred to another course, and no other letter of credit will be issued. All credits are forfeited, non-refundable and non-transferable
● Registrants who no show for a course have 1 week (7 calendar days) after the course to notify Upstream Rehab Institute (URI) of their absence. At that time, registrants have the option to receive a letter of credit for the balance of their course payment (ie. minus the <21 day cancellation administration fee of $100), this letter of credit will expire 12 months from the missed course date. No monies will be refunded for this absence. Registrants who do not notify us of their absence within the allotted 7 days will forfeit all funds. Please note that course credits are non-refundable.
● Partial credit CEUs will NOT be awarded for partial attendance of courses.
● Neither URI nor host facility are responsible for any reimbursement of expenses incurred.
URI reserves the right to cancel any course. In the unlikely event of a cancellation, URI will issue a full refund of the registration fee, or full transfer to a new course date (within 12 months of the cancellation date of the original course). Neither URI nor host facility are responsible for any reimbursement of expense incurred by participant, including airline tickets or hotel accommodations.
It is the participant’s responsibility to verify CEU approval, if needed, prior to registering for a URI course.
URI will ensure that CEUs are obtained for the region in which every course is hosted, if appropriate for that designation: PT/PTA, OT/OTA, AT
PT/PTA: All courses are approved via ProCert through 12/31/2021. All URI courses are recognized as approved by the continuing education approval bodies in the states listed below, either due to Oklahoma State PT Board approval through reciprocity and/or compliance with meeting or exceeding any required continuing competency standards in the following states:
Alabama, Alaska, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming
In addition, approvals in these states is often obtained, please contact us to verify:
Arkansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Ohio, Oklahoma, New Jersey, Nevada, Texas
OT/OTA: the following courses are approved by the AOTA for CEUs
CT, UQ, MPS, MTX, VR, TOA, UQS, CM, EAI, IPF, RCS, PAR, HBC, WCR, ITO
AT: URI is an approved provider of category A CEUs for ATs by the BOC, for the following courses: LP, LQ, CT, UQ, MPS, MTX, VR, TOA, TTR, LQS, UQS, CM, EAI, IPF, RCS, FRK, PAR, HBC, WCR, ITO
- We offer the opportunity for you to have high quality continuing education at your facility and we are always interested in bringing our courses to new locations. The host facility provides lab and lecture space in exchange for free seats in the course. The number of free registrants is determined by course enrollment.
- URI courses require minimal work from the host facility. The host facility does not have to be involved in any registration procedures but does assist with some course logistics which include: opening and closing facilities, lab space and equipment set-up, set-up of refreshments each day of the course, and lab take-down following course completion.
- We begin scheduling in the summer for the following calendar year but may be able to either add a course to the current schedule at your facility.
Private URI Course
- Another option that URI offers is for your organization to bring in a URI course to your facility as a private course for your staff. The benefit to this is a flat rate for the course rather than a per person rate. This requires a slight increase in organizational involvement on your part but offers a course that is tailored to your group.
Both of these options offer great financial savings and convenience. If your facility is interested in hosting a course or bringing in a private course, please contact us for more information.