The green color which comprises the scalloped edges is the official color of Pines City Colleges. This represents life, nature and well-being of man. The white background represents serenity in the school’s environment. Within the ring is the name of the Department Occupational Therapy and PCC. The department and the school are collaborating in producing well-rounded OT professionals.
The hands symbolize that most occupation is done with a skillful hand while the figures above the hand represents the different levels of clientele which range from pediatrics to geriatrics catered by the Occupational Therapists.
Each college has its own prescribed uniform for economy, recognition, and discipline. A student wearing the school uniform represents the school and therefore, must conduct himself/herself properly, inside and outside the school.
Students must wear the prescribed uniform everyday in school (in attending all classes—General Education and Professional subjects) and other school functions outside the campus.
The mission of the College of Rehabilitation Sciences, Department of Occupational Therapy is to provide students with utmost competitive education, knowledge and evidenced-based practice with diversities through an environment conducive to learning, to be able to produce dignified and competent Occupational Therapists and confidently provide services that will benefit all levels of clientele in all areas of practice.
Department of Physical Therapy
The department envisions science-driven and globally accredited Occupational Therapy practitioners who are committed to a life-long service and advocacy. Promoting excellence in the field of Health and Sciences, and inter-linkages with other health professionals
Department of Occupational Therapy
Pines City Colleges – College of Occupational Therapy aims:
1. The college aims to produce Occupational Therapists who are competent to fulfil professional responsibilities in the following areas: patient / client in various settings for different age group, religion, cultural belief, race, administration and management of occupational therapy institutions and facilities, continuous learning for the development of the professional, health promotion, advocacy for the advancement of the profession, community service and development, and research.
2. The college aims to produce graduates that are expected to perform the following roles in accordance to the professional ethical standards of Occupational Therapy Association locally and internationally.
3. Occupational Therapy graduates should be able to demonstrate knowledge, skills, and attitude.
4. The college aims to produce graduates who posses appropriate knowledge, skills and attitude in the following areas of practice.
Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy