The Manager of Education is responsible for the development, management, and successful delivery of all education programming of the American Academy of Orthotists and Prosthetists. These education programs include all virtual and in-person learning events and the Online Learning Center (OLC).
Directs and manages the Annual Meeting content to ensure the successful delivery of the Academy Annual Meeting.
Serves as the staff liaison to the Annual Meeting Clinical Content Committee that is responsible for the development of clinical education for the Annual Meeting.
Responsible for ensuring the development of the Annual Meeting’s clinical content structure with approval from the chair of the Clinical Content Committee.
Develops the professional development, technician, pedorthist, and mastectomy fitter education content for the Annual Meeting.
Manages the distribution of the Call for Abstracts for Annual Meeting sessions and posters.
Manages delivery of a successful program, including committee work, virtual meetings, abstract submissions, and presenter contact.
Responsible for coordinating all speaker registrations and applicable honoraria, and comps.
Works with the Director of Meetings to ensure the successful combination of the education content, delivery of content (AV needs), hotel/space availability, and content timing.
Identify onsite sessions that are worthy of recording for future Academy learning deliverables. Work with the Digital Program Manager to ensure that the content specified is appropriately captured.
ONLINE LEARNING CENTER
Consistently fosters the creation of clinical, professional development, and technical content for the OLC.
Integrates new presentation opportunities and platforms on the OLC.
Responsible for ensuring that revenue targets are met using marketing and cross promotional strategies.
Develops a comprehensive OLC pricing plan to benefit the Academy and its membership.
Consistently recruits speakers and oversees the development of courses for the OLC
Works with the Digital Program Manager to ensure that new content is quickly and accurately converted to online courses
Serves as staff liaison to the Online Education Committee (OEC) to develop and review content and programmatic policies.
Works with CAAHEP-accredited O&P schools, Academy chapters, and societies, as well as outside resources to create content for the OLC. This is a function of collaborating with the Associate Director of Membership and the Digital Program Manager.
Ensures the professional appearance of all OLC content.
Secures continuing education credits with credentialing bodies.
About American Academy of Orthotists & Prosthetists
The American Academy of Orthotists and Prosthetists is dedicated to promoting professionalism and advancing the standards of patient care through education, literature, research, advocacy, and collaboration.