There are nine levels of creative ability, the first five of which are commonly seen in health and social care: ICAN Basic overview of 5 levels of creative ability.pdf
The following are freely available to all course participants:
Online VdTMoCA training:
Cost: £335 per person, or a set fee for training large staff numbers (see below).Set Fee for 45 staff training in a 12-month period for £3300. Understandably, this option is extremely popular.
Mode of course delivery (see full information -Information on ICAN online VdTMoCA training for OTs, OTAs and nurses 2022.pdf
Training is comprised of a blend of teaching-learning approaches including narrated and read-only power point presentations, hard copy reading material, workbooks, practice-based templates, videos, learning exercises, practical experiential sessions and quizzes. The larger the course, the greater the range of teaching-learning approaches.
All courses include narrated presentations which are particularly appreciated by participants with dyslexia, but valued by all. Many practice-based examples are provided, which are valued for bringing VdTMoCA theory and the levels of creative ability alive.
Online learning courses are completed within a 4-week window unless specified elsewhere in a formal written contract provided ICAN. Learners can revisit modules as many times as they want, 24-7 from the 10th of one month until the 8th of the following month. Any training places unused will expire and shall be deemed used. On completion of the course (i.e. viewed all module content), each individual learner will receive a CPD certificate. The link to the course will expire.
The eLearning environment allows for easy access to all courses and core learning materials, indicating how many course are to be completed and have been completed. See video on YouTube for demonstration of online training and a discussion of what it takes to learn the VdTMoCA - search for YouTube channel - Creative Ability OT Model.
The courses do not support Internet Explorer versions 6-10. If you are using any of these versions, please consider switching to Internet Explorer 11 or another browser. It is recommended that you upgrade to the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Edge.
Many modules are narrated and contain images or video footage (via www.vimeo.com), and large in size. Therefore, it is probably best to view modules via a PC internet connection rather than on a mobile phone.
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