Working Together for Excellence in Fieldwork Education.

Our Mission Statement

To Promote, Encourage, and Foster Quality Fieldwork Education in collaboration with Fieldwork Educators for the benefit of all Occupational Therapy Students in the State of Florida.

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About our Upcoming Fieldwork Educator Certification Workshop Courses 

Check our event list for dates: 7 CEUs at at pre-registration cost of $50.00 or $55.00 at the door.

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The  Fieldwork Educator Award of Excellence Winners


  • Clarify expectation of supervision at outset
  • Establish and maintain boundaries
  • Teach practical skill
  • Maintain membership in his/her state and na- tional association
  • Be accessible and available to student
Encourage students to explore new ideas and techniques (think outside the box)

  • Use and promote reflective practice
  • Show enthusiasm for Occupational Therapy

  •  Foster autonomy and independence

  • Model professional, ethical behavior

  • Assess student’s learning needs

  • Accept values and celebrate diversity

  • Be Aware of own limitations and strengths

  • Work collaboratively with students- Listen more than talk to students

  • Maintain open and honest relationships with student
* Convey a supportive and caring attitude

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We would like to thank the award recipients for providing exceptional learning environments for occupational therapy students in our state. The Award of Excellence is presented annually at the FOTA Conference during the Opening ceremony.

 Florida Occupational Therapy Educational Consortium (FLOTEC)

The Florida Occupational Therapy Educational Consortium is an organization dedicated to the development, implementation, and support of quality fieldwork education for OT and OTA students. The partnership between education and practice provides leadership for fieldwork education programs and clinical faculty development.

Through open discussion, networking, and aggressive exploration of opportunities and visionary ideas, the group fosters and supports dynamic fieldwork education environments for fieldwork faculty and students.

These environments enable the student to transition into a competent and socially responsible professional who understands, responds, and promotes creative problem solving in the rapidly changing, competitive health care delivery system. The Consortium explores, designs, and implements innovations that assist practitioners in the provision of quality learning experiences to meet its mission of excellence in fieldwork education.