Delegate reviewing program

Claiming Your CPD

By attending the OT Exchange 2024 you can claim the following CPD hours, based on the program times that presentations are being made, relevant social events and ePoster/exhibitor viewing time.

Day One (Thursday 13 June 2024) - up to 8 hours
Day Two (Friday 14 June 2024) - up to 7.5 hours
TOTAL Two-Day Exchange - up to 15.5 hours

You are also eligible to claim hours by completing the following additional activities at the Exchange:

  • Interaction and engagement in the exhibition
  • Participating and engaging in the ePoster displays
  • Presenting at the Exchange
  • Chairing a session in the program
  • Watching additional sessions on demand

For the above activities you will be expected to record and provide evidence of your engagement with these activities.

As per the CPD guidelines set by the Occupational Therapy Board of Australia (OTBA), in effect one hour of a professional development activity equals one hour towards your CPD. Visit the OTBA CPD guidelines web page for more information.

Recording Your CPD

Occupation Therapy Australia (OTA) encourages you to keep a copy of your program and your receipt or name tag which will specify the days that you have registered to attend. Note the sessions that you attend when you count your CPD hours.

Your attendance at the OT Exchange 2024 will not be automatically recorded on your PD tracker on the OTA website.

You'll need to add your attendance manually by logging in to the OTA website and going to the Record My CPD tab. You're required to keep a personal reflection record which encourages you to take some time to reflect on the implications of the session for your practice.

Certificate of Attendance

A Certificate of Attendance will be issued to all attendees of the OT Exchange 2024. This will be sent out via email after the Exchange.

International Delegates

International delegates are encouraged to check in with their respective association to determine whether this conference adheres to their CPD regulations.