AMPS: Assessment of Motor & Process Skills

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Venue Dublin
Member Price 990.00
Non-Member Price 1400.00
Event Date 9 Nov 2020 08:30 - 13 Nov 2020 17:00
Time 8.30am
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About the course

Overview of the AMPS

The AMPS is an innovative observational assessment that is used to measure the quality of a person’s activities of daily living (ADL). The quality of the person’s ADL performance is assessed by rating the effort, efficiency, safety and independence of 16 ADL motor and 20 ADL process skill items, while the person is doing chosen, familiar and life-relevant ADL tasks. There are more than 120 standardised ADL tasks. For additional information regarding the AMPS go to:https://www.amps-esiukandireland.com/

 

Course Description

AMPS training comprises 5-day AMPS course plus follow up testing of 10 people to achieve rater reliability as an AMPS rater (rater calibration). Participants obtain valuable, hands-on information regarding occupation-based assessment and intervention, developing new skills and insights during the course that enhance confidence in using occupation when providing occupational therapy services.

Full attendance for all five days is required. Additionally, following the course, participants need to achieve rater reliability and calibration which involves follow up testing of 10 people and submitting the scores to the Centre for Innovative OT Solutions (CIOTS) for analysis. It should be noted that if rater reliability is not achieved another 10 cases may then be submitted. If a participant is still not successful, they will need to take the course again. More than 95% of participants who submit calibration data achieve rater reliability. An AMPS certificate is provided following successful completion.

 

Course Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of the course, including rater calibration, participants will be able to:

  1. Have a theoretical foundation for using the AMPS to promote client-centered and occupation-based practice.
  2. Administer, score, and interpret the AMPS in a reliable manner.
  3. Use the AMPS methodology to assess the quality of a person's ADL performance
  4. Use the AMPS to plan and guide occupational therapy intervention (direct and consultative)

 

Workshop Hours

The five-day workshop will take place each day from Monday – Friday from 8.30am to 5.30pm

 

COVID-19: please note the following

We are confident that this course will proceed in November 2020. However, should the position change, AOTI will always prioritise the safety of participants and staff and act in accordance with any government guidelines/restrictions that may be in place on the relevant dates. Booking fees will be refunded in full if the course is cancelled. However, please note that participants who wish to cancel their place (when course has not been cancelled) are subject to AOTI's standard event cancellation policy 

Application and Payment information:
  • Payment in full is taken at the time of application.
  • Payment of the fee does not guarantee you a place at this workshop.
  • Full payment must be received prior to the closing date in order to secure your place.
  • If the workshop is oversubscribed you will be provided with a full refund.
  • Successful applicants will be notified that they have a place at the workshop following the closing date.
  • Places are limited and members are advised to apply early to secure a place.
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