IAMT currently has one CMTE offering! See below for the full information.
To register for the Asynchronous Vocal Health CMTE click here.
Asynchronous CMTE: “Vocal Health for Music Therapists”
To register please click here.
What: Vocal care and vocal health are two critical pillars to a music therapist’s career, but many are not sure how to engage in this practice effectively. Through this continuing education opportunity, participants will explore a variety of strategies for daily vocal care as well as the research to best support vocal health. Participants will leave with simple exercises to help warm them up for sessions, cool them down, regain vocal strength and stamina, and even tools to use when there is no voice to be had, but the session must go on!
Where: Asynchronous online course
When: Available January 1st, 2023 through December 31st, 2023. Three-hour time
investment. Take the course when it is convenient for you!
Who: Open to all MT-BC’s (members and non-IAMT members), interns, & students.
There are no prerequisites for this 3-hour CMTE.
“Vocal Health for Music Therapists” is approved by the Certification Board of Music Therapists for 3 CMTE (Continuing Music Therapy Education) credits. The CBMT Approved Provider, Illinois Association for Music Therapy, P-044 maintains responsibility for program quality and adherence to CBMT policies and criteria.
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For more information about this CMTE and the presenters, click here.
*Grievance Policy and Procedures:
1. The mission of the Continuing Education program of the Illinois Association for Music Therapy is to provide high quality educational activities for music therapists in the state of Illinois, thus facilitating their professional growth and continuing certification as Music Therapists.
2. Grievance Procedures
- Any participant in an IAMT educational activity may file a grievance
- Grievances include payment or CMTEs received
- Grievances must be submitted in writing to the Continuing Education Chairperson no later than 30 days after the Educational Activity in question.
- A response by the Approved Provider will be made in writing within 30 days of receipt of the initial statement.
3. Appeal Procedures
- A participant has the right to appeal the decision made by the Approved Provider regarding a grievance.
- An appeal of the decision may be filed through a written letter to the Continuing Education Chairperson.
- The Continuing Education Chairperson will present this appeal to the Illinois Association for Music Therapy Executive Board for further deliberation and following this deliberation the Executive Board together with the Continuing Education Chairperson will respond in writing to the participant who appealed
If this grievance continues to be unresolved the participant may appeal to the CBMT’s Continuing Education Committee.