MEPAP Part II - Online Activity Director Courses - (Required for Certification)

MEPAP Part II - Online Activity Director Courses Start the 1st Tuesday of Every Month - (Check available courses below)
NCCAP Approved: #NCCAP30420-18-M2-NT
$600 - 16 Week Course - All Materials Provided within the Course - NO TEXTBOOKS REQUIRED!


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Mission: The MEPAP (2nd Edition) Part II course provides the activity professional with a strong base of knowledge, as well as the necessary skills and techniques to provide therapeutic activity services to clients and residents in a long term care setting.

Curriculum - This course covers the following:

  • Week One – Survey Process and the role of Activities
  • Week Two – The role of the Manager
  • Week Three – Communication, Listening Skills and Collaboration
  • Week Four – Job Descriptions and Hiring Staff
  • Week Five – Maintaining Staff and Firing Staff
  • Week Six - The Activities Professional as the Volunteer Director
  • Week Seven –Quality Assurance for the Activities Department
  • Week Eight - Management Techniques and Marketing Techniques for the Activities Department
  • Mid Term Exam
  • Week Nine – Research Techniques and the Delivery of Activities Services
  • Week Ten - Government Agencies, Advocacy
  • Week Eleven – Adult Learning Styles and Personalities in an Activities’ Department
  • Week Twelve –Writing Policies and Procedures
  • Week Thirteen – Directing Aspects of a Manager in an Activities Department
  • Week Fourteen – Organizing Function of a Manager in an Activities Department
  • Week Fifteen – The Controlling Function of a Manager in an Activities Department
  • Week Sixteen – NCCAP certification review and Final Exam

Registration Process:

  • Students must sign up for a FREE student ID on www.activitydirector.org/classroom in order to be enrolled on the start date of the course.
  • Fill out an Enrollment Form & Course Policies Page, then fax to 1-866-405-5724.
  • Make a Payment before the start date of the course by going to the classroom homepage and clicking on the "Make a Payment" Button in the middle of the page.

Course Requirements:

  • Student must have access to a computer with internet access and a valid e-mail address.
  • Student must have basic knowledge of computers, e-mail, and attaching files.
  • Student must have a word processor (such as Word or Notepad) and basic knowledge of saving files.

Practicum Requirements:

  • Student will complete practicum manual/forms, find a practicum supervisor and facility, and finish training during the course.
  • Student will be required to reach all goals for the practicum given in the practicum goals.