from The Non-Clinical PT
Therapists, by nature, are educators, and that is a skill that provides a great deal of success in a clinical setting, as well as opportunities outside the clinic. One area of education that intrigues many therapists is continuing education. Becoming a continuing education instructor is a great way test out the waters of the education world, without the commitment of a full-time role. Being a con-ed instructor can also provide a good deal of flexibility and autonomy.
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