The Carolina Clinical Education Consortium (CCEC) includes representatives from physical therapy education programs and clinical facilities that provide clinical education experiences.
North and South Carolina colleges/universities, which provide physical therapist/physical therapist assistant education in programs accredited by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education are represented by the Academic Coordinators of Clinical Education/Directors of Clinical Education (ACCE/DCE).
The consortium support professional development of the community of clinicians, faculty and students based on a partnership between the academic programs and clinical sites with mutually agreed upon standards and outcomes that support autonomous and contemporary practice.
The CCEC’s primary purpose is to support physical therapy clinical education through education and communication.
Board members collaborate on current clinical education topics, research, and clinical faculty professional development.
The mission of the Carolina Clinical Education Consortium (CCEC) is to promote quality clinical education for PT and PTA students in North and South Carolina.
If you are a Clinical Instructor or Center Coordinator of Clinical Education with an interest in serving on the CCEC Board, submit your name for consideration as a Board member.
Support for academic programs includes access to a listserve, where members can obtain information and exchange ideas as well as regular meetings to discuss clinical education.
The Facility Recognition Award recognizes a clinical facility whose overall performance related to physical therapy clinical education is deemed to be exceptional by the board members of the Carolina Clinical Education Consortium