REGISTRATION FOR OCMT 2019 IS CLOSED!
Registration closes 48 hours before the beginning of conference.
The Online Conference for Music Therapy (OCMT) is a virtual meeting through which music therapists from around the world can learn and interact. This conference is presented in a 24-hour live format through an online platform. Each session is recorded and is made available for all registered participants to view for a period of one month after the live presentation. The recordings will be available within 24-48 hours after the conference is finished and will remain available for OCMT 2019 participants to view until March 3, 2019, 23:59 GMT, by logging into the OCMT conference archive in GoToWebinar, our conference platform.
The 2019 OCMT will be held from February 2, 2019; Midnight GMT – February 3, 2019; 23:59 GMT (In the US and Canada, the conference will begin between 5:00 and 8:00 PM on February 1st, 2019 and end between 5:00 and 8:00 PM on February 2nd, 2019.)
Each session will be recorded and recordings will be made available to registered participants within 24-48 hours after the conference is finished. These recordings can be accessed by logging into the OCMT conference archive in GoToWebinar. Recordings will remain available for OCMT participants to view for a period of one month after the end of conference (March 3, 2019, midnight GMT).
(Find the start time in your own time zone HERE)
Continuing Education Credits:Each participant may select sessions and keynotes to total of twelve and a half (12.5) viewing hours to submit for 15 hours of approved credit. A post-test will be made available for each session, and time will be allotted at the end of each session for completion of the post-test. Recordings will remain open for four weeks following the close of the conference. Participants will receive specific communication via email as to how they may access these recordings as soon as they are made available. Certificates of completion will be delivered electronically once the required number of post-tests/course evaluations have been collected from the participant
Approvals: This course has been approved for 15 CMTEs. To receive full CMTE credits available (15 hours), participants must view 12.5 hours of recordings (any combination of sessions and keynotes) and complete and electronically submit all post-tests/course evaluations by 23:59 GMT, March 3, 2019.
OCMT will not offer less than 15 hours of CMTE hours. If participants choose to submit additional hours to CBMT, they will identify participation in the OCMT as educational activity, as opposed to a conference.
Continuing Education credits in other countries will be determined and issued on a case by case basis.
Please contact us directly for more info. (Access to recordings will still only be available until 23:59 GMT on March 3, 2019.)
|Describe elements of theoretical orientations in relation to one’s own professional practice.||CBMT II.A.3; II.A.4|
|Describe elements of music therapy approaches and models in relation to one’s own professional practice.||CBMT II.A.3; II.A.4|
|Demonstrate awareness of music therapy professional presence and development through a global perspective by relating the processes and experiences of other therapists to one’s own professional practice.||CBMT IV.A|
Prerequisites: Participants must register and submit payment 48 hours prior to the start of the conference.
Course Schedule and Format: (Times may vary due to presenter availability and significant changes will be announced to all participants through the platform, email, and dedicated social media sites.)
Please click here for the Course Schedule and Format. Sessions can be viewed in your own timezone.
Number of CMTEs Offered: Each participant may select sessions (including keynote presentations) to total 12 and one half hours to submit for approved credit for a total of 15 CMTEs. If participants choose to complete more than the approved number of credit hours, each participant must take primary responsibility for submitting any additional hours to CBMT (including proof of attendance and learning, if audited).
Professional Music Therapist (with CMTE option): $125.00 USD
Professional Music Therapist (No CMTE option): $75.00 USD
Group Rate – Multiple Attendees, One Computer (No CMTE option): $250.00 USD
Student Music Therapist (No CMTE option – must show proof of current student status): $50.00 USD
Cancellation and Refund Policy: Participants may cancel at any time prior to one week before the conference and receive a full refund. Refunds will only be offered until one week prior to the conference as participants will receive information on how to access the online platform at that time. No refunds will be offered after January 25, 2019.
Statement of Relationship: The Online Conference for Music Therapy 2019F is approved by the Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT) for 15 Continuing Music Therapy Education Credits. The Online Conference for Music Therapy, Inc. (#P-146) maintains responsibility for program quality and adherence to CBMT policies and criteria.
Continuing Music Therapy Education Information
The Online Conference for Music Therapy (OCMT) is a virtual meeting through which music therapists from around the world can learn and interact. This conference is presented in a 24-hour, live format through an online platform. Each session will be recorded and will be made available to all participants following the live session for viewing at their convenience. Each participant may select sessions and keynotes to total of twelve and one half (12.5) hours to submit for approved credit (15 CMTEs). Attendance can include synchronous viewing (watching the presentations live) or asynchronous viewing (watching the recording later). A post-test will be made available via a dedicated electronic platform, and time will be allotted at the end of each presentation session for completion (this includes keynote speakers).
Recordings will remain open for four weeks following the close of the conference. Participants will receive specific communication as to how they may access these recordings as soon as they are made available. Remaining sessions (including post-tests/course evaluations) may be submitted to CBMT as self-study hours following the procedures described in the Recertification Handbook found at www.cbmt.org.
Certificates of completion will be delivered electronically once the required posttest/course evaluation has been collected. Attendance and completion of presentation viewing may be subject to verification through the OCMT user platform. The conference software generates a list of users who have accessed recorded information and who attended the synchronous presentation. The completion of post-tests/course evaluations will offer additional proof of attendance as information on how to access the post-tests/course evaluations will be made available during each presentation.