PTDI presents PCE BOOT CAMP – OSCE day Workshop
The PCE BOOT CAMP is a one day workshop consisting of back-to-back stations developed by PTDI to mimic the intense scenarios you may encounter on exam day. Our Canadian trained registered Physiotherapists will monitor you frequently to give you the feedback you need to crush the PCE. Each mock station will be followed by a review of the station marking scheme and demonstrations on how to properly execute the station.
The PCE BOOT CAMP includes:
- 277 page PTDI: PCE CLINICAL COMPONENT STUDY GUIDE.
- Access to PCE Boot Camp Facebook group which will include Facebook Live lectures prior to the course and Facebook Live Q&A’s after the course leading up to the exam.
- One day intensive workshop which is jam packed full of practice stations (ALL STATIONS! NO LECTURING!)
The PCE Boot Camp is geared towards Canadian PT school graduates due to the fast pace of the course. The PCE Boot Camp is only offered prior to the November PCE Clinical Component. If you are an international graduate, please consider the PCE PREP COURSE as we have found that the PCE Boot Camp may not be sufficient for all international graduates.
Course material will include (not limited to):
Template of how to tackle specific types of stations
5 min stations, 10 minute stations, 8+2 minute stations, PEP
Areas of practice:
Professional practice and ethics
Assessment and evaluation
Obtain a focused history
Conduct a focused physical examination
Interpretation, planning, intervention and re-evaluation
Develop a treatment plan
Perform an intervention
Course will include:
The comprehensive 277 page PTDI: PCE Study Guide covers the major topics you need to pass. The study guide includes detailed assessment and treatment techniques that you need to know for neuromusculoskeletal, cardiorespiratory, neurological, multi-systems, amputations/post-op, and pediatric conditions, as well as professional responsibilities required to know to practice in Canada.
Connect with other PCE candidates who are serious about passing the PCE.
Students from the following physiotherapy programs have taken our course and passed with flying colours: University of Toronto, McMaster University, Western University, Queen’s University, University of Ottawa, University of Manitoba, University of Saskatchewan.
There’s a reason why students have flown in from BC, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan to take our course.