This Scope of Practice outlines the roles, responsibilities, and limitations of a CSL Therapy Advanced Scholastic Trainer in the Continuing Education Unit (CEU) space. It serves as a comprehensive guideline to ensure that AST instructors maintain the highest standards of professionalism, ethics, and competence while providing education to CSL therapy practitioners, applicants, and certificants. AST instructors help advance the knowledge and skills of CSL therapists, ensuring that they meet regulatory requirements and stay current with industry developments.

I. Educational Qualifications:

II. Scope of Responsibilities:

a. Develop and update educational content that aligns with industry standards and regulatory requirements.

b. Design course materials, lesson plans, and learning objectives that facilitate effective learning.

a. Deliver AST CEU courses in a clear, concise, and engaging manner.

b. Utilize diverse teaching methods, including lectures, hands-on demonstrations, multimedia presentations, and interactive discussions.

c. Foster a collaborative and participatory learning environment that encourages active student involvement [whether online, in-person, or hybrid]

d. Incorporate real-world case studies and practical scenarios to illustrate concepts and enhance practical understanding.

a. Develop assessment tools, such as quizzes, exams, and practical evaluations, to measure student comprehension and competency.

b. Provide constructive feedback to students on their performance.

c. Develop course assessments for students to review the AST CEU course at ht even dot the instructional period

a. Ensure that all CEU courses adhere to local, state, and national regulations governing CSL therapy education.

b. Uphold the highest standards of ethical conduct and professional integrity in all interactions with students.

a. Stay current with advancements in CSL therapy techniques, research, and industry trends.

b. Pursue ongoing education and training to enhance instructional skills and knowledge.

c. Actively engage in peer observation and collaborative feedback sessions with fellow instructors to improve teaching methods and strategies.

d. Encourage and facilitate student participation in relevant workshops, conferences, or industry events to foster learning among students.

a. Maintain accurate records of student attendance, grades, and course materials.

b. Respond to student inquiries promptly and provide necessary support.

c. Submit respective assessments to CSL Therapy Org in accordance to AST handbook

a. Maintain a safe and hygienic learning environment during hands-on training.

b. Demonstrate and promote proper sanitation practices in CSL therapy.

c. Keep up-to-date with relevant safety regulations and guidelines in the field of CSL therapy and implement them into the educational setting to instill a culture of safety among students.

III. Limitations:

IV. Professional Conduct:

V. Continuing Education:

AST instructors are encouraged to engage in ongoing professional development to stay updated with changes in massage therapy practices, regulations, and educational methods.

The Scope of Practice for a CSL Therapy AST CEU Instructor outlines the responsibilities, qualifications, limitations, and ethical expectations for professionals in this role. Adherence to this scope ensures that CSL therapy AST CEU instructors contribute effectively to the development and growth of CSL therapy practitioners, maintaining the highest standards of education and professionalism in the field.