§ 48.35. Standards for courses and programs.
(a) A provider or licensee seeking Board approval of a course or program shall present evidence that the course or program is appropriate for the masters level practitioner and has the following:
(1) Subject matter pertaining to the enhancement of the marriage and family therapists knowledge and practice skills related to helping people achieve adequate and productive personal, interpersonal and social adjustments in their individual lives, in their families and in their community.
(2) An established mechanism measuring the quality of the course or program being offered.
(3) Established criteria for selecting and evaluating faculty or source material.
(4) Established criteria for the evaluation of each course or program upon completion.
(5) A minimum total duration of at least 2 clock hours; however, the hours need not be contiguous.
(b) Providers shall comply with relevant Federal, State and local laws related to serving people with disabilities and provide adequate facilities and appropriate instructional materials to carry out the continuing education course or program.
(c) Providers shall insure that instructors have suitable qualifications and are of good reputation and character.
The provisions of this § 48.35 adopted December 22, 2006, effective December 23, 2006, 36 Pa.B. 7841.
This section cited in 49 Pa. Code § 48.31 (relating to definitions; § 48.34 (relating to registration of continuing education provider who offer one course or program) and § 48.36 (relating to preapproved providers for continuing education courses and programs for marriage and family therapists).
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