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POLICY ON REGISTRATION FEES FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAMS:

Section VII: Chapter Conference / Continuing Education / Leadership

 

1. Policies and Procedures for both Conference and Continuing Education Programs

 

 

C.  Registration Fees for Continuing Education Programs / Chapter Conference

The registration fee structure for NYPTA Continuing Education Programs shall be the following:

--For the Chapter Conference, the Student member registration fee shall not exceed 25% of the APTA active member fee (08-98-02).  Student rates are for those who do not yet have their PT degree (BOD 01-03-20).

--For other CE, the student APTA member registration shall not exceed 50% of the APTA member fee (BOD 02-81). 

-- A registration fee differential of not less than an additional 50% over the member or student member registration shall be charged to non‑APTA members and student non‑APTA members respectively (BOD 02‑81‑26).

-- Registration forms are to include the category of life membership with a reduced rate for registration at Chapter and District events (BOD 01-94-18).

-- Foreign-trained licensed physical therapists, who are not otherwise eligible for membership, shall be charged the same registration fee as APTA members (BOD 01-06-10).

 


POLICY FOR NON-MEMBER FEES CHARGED AT DISTRICT PROGRAM MEETINGS:

 

Section IX: Districts


1.  Financial

 

B.                    Non-Member Fees Charged at District Program Meetings                          

A fee will be charged to non‑APTA member PTs and PTAs who attend program meetings of local districts.  Non‑APTA members must request permission to attend district business meetings (BOD 10-07-17).  The fee is to be established by the district (BOD 05-78‑25 & 02‑80‑37).  Only members in good standing may attend a district business meeting, unless at that meeting a vote is taken and the majority of members present agree to allow a specific guest or guests to attend (BOD 11‑79‑43).

 

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