PDP 101: How to Navigate the PDP Online Courses
Sue McNamara, MS, CRC, CPRP
PDP 101 will help beginners with the basics and necessities of navigation to aid with coursework comprehension and understanding, as well as provide valuable tips for intermediate and expert Internet users.
This course is designed to give participants an understanding of how the classes will operate, as well as to provide tips on how to get the most out of their online courses. Completion of this course is not required, but is strongly recommended, as it explains the operation, navigation, and format of the online courses.
PDP 101 also can be used by the prospective participant as a sample of how an actual course within the PDP Online Course Program will operate and navigate.
Sue McNamara, MS, CRC, CPRP, began her career in 1978 providing services for people with psychiatric disabilities in community programs, and in 1985 she began teaching the skills of psychiatric rehabilitation to providers in the mental health field. For 15 years, Ms. McNamara worked as an Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor in the Rehabilitation Counseling Program at Sargent College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at Boston University. She has co-authored several articles and curricula on psychiatric rehabilitation. Currently, Ms. McNamara is the Director of the Professional Development Program, which offers various options for continuing education through the Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation. She also works as the Product Specialist in the Publications Division at the Center, and is involved in developing and marketing products, monitoring inventory and sales, and providing customer service.
Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation
940 Commonwealth Avenue West, 2nd Floor
Boston, MA 02215
There are no required texts for PDP 101, but external links may be referred to in the lectures for further reading.
There are no requirements for PDP 101.
You may register for the online course at any time and complete the course at any time— there are no time requirements at all.