Allied health certifications are available through different sponsoring agencies for essentially the same role. Does it make a difference which you offer students? If you’re preparing students to get certified for allied health careers, you have an interest in ensuring that the credential they earn meets the standards in demand by employers. Get an inside look at criteria you can use to evaluate the quality of a certification.

Learning objectives:
1. Learn how to judge the quality of an entry-level certification that serves your students.
2. Understand variations in standards for certification credentials from different sponsoring agencies.
3. Find out how to help students complete certification for jobs as they start careers or continue schooling.
4. Learn about the rich resources proven to help students reach their goal of a professional credential in allied health.

Presented By:
Mary Spilia
American Medical Technologists
NCHSE Member

Date: November 1, 4:00-5:00pm (ET)