If You Pay For Continuing Education…
Why Not Sponsor An HOS Course And Train Your PT’s For FREE? (See Plan B)
Educate your staff; Meet CEU requirements; Avoid paying high expenses for traveling.
Select from one or more of our 7 Manual Therapy intensive training programs, and host it in your location. You and your staff will enjoy learning and enhancing your clinical skills through this seminar series in the convenience of your home location.
This is to summarize how Plan-A works:
Facilities located within the United States pay Hands-On Seminars a flat fee of $6,250 to teach one seminar for 1-24 participants or $7,500 for 25-32 participants or $9,250 for 33-40 participants, or $10,750 for 41-46 participants, or $12,000 for 47-52 participants. (Plus instructors’ travel, food expenses and hotel).
Facilities located outside the United States pay Hands-On Seminars a flat fee of $8,750 for 1-24 participants and $10,000 for 25-32 participants. (Plus instructors’ travel, food expenses and hotel).
Facilities can market and sell the course to the local community to generate funds towards this courses’ expenses. For example, 15 outside attendees at a fee of $445 covers the fee to Hands-On Seminars (445×15=$6,675).
Hands-On Seminars will assist with the promotion of this course by listing it on our website and sending email blasts to our database. Hands-On Seminars provides course state approval, copy of course manuals, completion certificates and an amazing presentation!
This is to summarize how Plan-B works:
Can your facility accommodate a live workshop with up to 30 participants comfortably? If yes, then allow Hands-On Seminars to use your space at no cost and receive 3 free seats.
Your facility will provide the entire group with breakfast and/or lunch.
Hands-On Seminars would market the course to the public and register all attendees. Hands-On Seminars will create a course schedule that is amenable to the facility.
Each course must have at least 10 people registered in order for it to be held, excluding the free participants from your facility.
Plan B is available only for US markets. International sponsors may use Plan A.
In order for the course to move on we need to have at least 10 people registered excluding the free participants from your facility.
Plan B is available only for the US markets. International sponsors may use only option A
For Course Information and additional info on Sponsoring a Course, CALL Hands-On Seminars at: 1-888-767-5003
Now Hands-On Seminars offers a NEW COURSE OPTION especially designed for our International Sponsors. This is a special Accelerated Option for our MCMT program that offers great savings, flexibility and better management of your sponsored courses.
International Sponsors have the option to choose either our Classic Option curriculum or the Accelerated Option curriculum.
With the Classic Option curriculum our 6 courses (PT-1 to PT-5 and PT-MCMT) are been taught in a total of 12 days (2 days each course).
This option allows participants to take the courses at any order they wish. In other words, a new participant may join the program starting at the PT-3 course without having completed yet PT-1 and PT-2. In order to achieve this flexibility we have implemented some repetition of the basic materials in each of the 6 courses.
These 2-day courses are usually been offered during weekends.
With the Accelerated Option curriculum our 6 courses (PT-1 to PT-5 and PT-MCMT) are been taught in two modules and a total of 8 days.
Module A has a duration of 4 days and covers courses PT-1, 2 and 3.
Module B has a duration of 4 days and covers courses PT-4, 5 and MCMT.
This gives the advantage to our International Sponsors to complete our entire certification program in a total of 8 teaching days instead of 12 teaching days of our Classic option. This provides better course management, scheduling flexibility and a lower cost. This option though does not give the flexibility to new participants who want to join the program mid-way to start at Module B instead of starting at Module A (exceptions will be considered in an individual basis). The structure of the Accelerated Option does not allow for repetition of materials and the same participants who start with Module A will have to complete the program with Module B.
These 4-day Modules are usually been offered from Thursday to Sunday or Friday to Monday.