A Premier Professional Development Conference—Earn Professional Development Units

OTAC’s Annual Conference offers high quality continuing education at cost-effective prices. Conference attendees have the opportunity to select from more than 140 hours of sessions to apply towards continuing education requirements. You can earn all 24 biennial required PDUs for your California license renewal all at this one Conference (includes additional fee activities). You won’t find an easier, quicker, or more cost-effective way to earn PDUs required by CBOT (for direct-delivery of occupational therapy services) and by NBCOT (for practice area of emphasis). We recommend that you register early for Conference to ensure acceptance into your preferred sessions.

OTAC members receive a discount on the Conference registration fees. If you are not a member, join now at special Conference rates to earn the Conference discount.

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NBCOT Student Knowledge Bowl - Team Registration

Session 71 - NBCOT Student Knowledge Bowl, Saturday, October 21, 2017 - 2:30pm - 4:00pm

University teams comprised of top-notch OTR candidates will be given the opportunity to prepare for the NBCOT exam through a fun game show format competition. This session is designed for students preparing to take the NBCOT exam, as well as professors/instructors who would like to volunteer for the expert panel. Partial reimbursement for the NBCOT exam will be awarded to each member of the winning team!


OTAC members! This service is FREE.

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Join the Discussion

Coming soon session discussion board. You will have an opportunity to ask questions or comment on conference sessions.


Call for Conference Volunteers

Are you interested in volunteering at Conference?

Volunteering is a great way to learn more about Conference operations, meet other dynamic occupational therapy practitioners and students, enhance your Conference experience, and have fun. There are many opportunities to contribute. You can volunteer at Conference and still participate in other activities. Volunteers play a vital role in the success of the West Coast’s largest occupational therapy professional development conference.


Deadline to respond: September 22.